Bundarra is situated in the North West of NSW, between Inverell and Uralla on the Thuderbolts Way. The regional centers of Tamworth and Armidale are within easy distance of Bundarra.
Bundarra is seasonally home to the critically endangered Regent Honeyeaters as they search for food in the region's abundant and well established Iron Bark trees.
As Bundarra is located on the banks of the Gwydir River, it makes a pleasant and peaceful place to stop and relax.
The Gwydir River is a noted breeding ground for freshwater species such as cod, redfin, yellow belly, catfish, silver perch and bass as it winds it's way down to Copeton Dam and then on to Bingarra.
Copeton and Split Rock Dams are district features and offer popular recreational activities such as fishing, fossicking, camping, walking and boating.
Bundarra is a good place to stop and stock up with supplies, gas and ice for your camping trip on the way to Copeton Dam.
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