Discover the Bundian Way

The Bundian Way is a truly spectacular trail, crossing all kinds of wild terrain from pristine coastal beaches, bubbling fresh rivers, eucalyptus woodlands, sweeping plains, and dramatic alpine country, as well as along old country roads through quaint rural towns. Behind every rock, tree, wave and twist on the trail are stories from 40,000 years of history, across two cultures and in an epic landscape.

The Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council has been working alongside various agencies as well as naturalist and writer John Blay since 2010, in surveying, mapping, and developing a suitable touring route for walkers. As a connected track, the Bundian Way is in development stage and is not yet open for walkers.

For a taste of the Bundian Way, you are invited to experience the Whale Dreaming Trail, and the Bundian Way Story Trail, which follow short sections of the Bundian Way in Eden, and will ultimately be linked to the 365km track.

Plans are also currently underway for a driving tour of Delegate, which marks the approximate halfway point along the Bundian Way. The Delegate Trail will be open by the end of 2019.

If you would like to support the development of the Bundian Way, please consider becoming a Friend of the Bundian Way, to support the Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council in their amazing work building the walk.

If you would like to register to be amongst the first to officially walk this absolutely remarkable route, or for further information, please email us at:

Ramshed Spring along Bundian Way high country
Looking over Turemulerrer (Twofold Bay) to Balawan (Mt Imlay)
Cascade Track Tin Mine Hus
Looking over Turemulerrer (Twofold Bay) in Eden