Jigamy – Gateway to the Bundian Way

The Monaroo Bobberrer Keeping Place is located at Jigamy Farm between Pambula and Eden on the Princes Highway. As a gateway it plays an important role in developing the profile, awareness and visitation along the Bundian Way, and vice versa. It is used as a base to coordinate the activities of the Bundian Way and for a range of programs.

It includes a purpose build cultural centre with Indigenous interpretation and displays, meeting facilities, a commercial kitchen and a large performance hall. At the site there is also an outdoor amphitheatre and a cultural walk.

Hairpin Banksia at Jigamy Track

The Land and Sea Country Plan was launched in the auditorium at the Monaroo Bobberrer Keeping Place in April, 2011. The building also serves as offices for the Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council and as the Gateway to the Bundian Way.

The Keeping Place at Jigamy Farm is currently used for numerous educational activities including NAIDOC week and has the facilities to cater for large or small groups.