Bundarra Golf Club is a nine hole sand greens golf course. The small country course is located in a small town on NSW’s Northern Tablelands on Thunderbolts Way. It is about 580km north of Sydney and close to 380km south-west of Brisbane.
The club is super friendly and run by local volunteers. The clubhouse at Bundarra Sport and Recreation Club is the heartbeat of the town of Bundarra. Facilities include outdoor toilets, showers and change room. It provides amenities for communities to host events and inter town sports events.
Golf competitions are held every Sunday at 8:30am, with tee-off at 9:00am.
Bundarra Golf Club hosts fundraising events throughout the year with funds going to nominated charities.
The town is in Uralla Shire on the banks of Gwydir River. Bundarra is one of the few places where you can still see the endangered Regent Honeyeater.
To the south along Thunderbolts Way between Bundarra and Uralla is Mt Yarrowyck. There is an interesting bushwalk to an Aboriginal rock painting site.
A free camping ground is at the Emu Crossing 2.5km from the town’s centre. You can see platypuses feeding and playing in the late afternoon near the river bank.