A beautiful town on the border of the splendid Royal National Park, Bundeena will captivate you with impressive beaches, magnificent bushwalks and fine art. There are also Aboriginal rock carvings, and you can get a kayak and enjoy the day in one of the oldest national parks in the world.
Getting to Bundeena is not challenging at all. One option is to take a train from Central Station to Cronulla and change to a ferry there. It will carry you across the bay to Bundeena – the whole trip is only 90 minutes start to finish hence providing you with the views and vacation feel even before you arrive. Meanwhile, the drive from the CBD is approximately 70 minutes.
Bundeena is a great place for hiking (100 km of trails), kayaking, photography and getting away from the buzz. Therefore, Bundeena is perfect for a day trip or a few days of relaxation.
The property is a main 3-bedroom house and 2 self-contained cottages with 2 bedrooms each. This place has a quite large territory as can be seen on some of the real estate photos below. Also, Morrison’s is conveniently located just some 100 metres away from the Hordon’s Beach.
This 7-bedroom complex is suitable for groups up to 16 people. All buildings have been fully furnished and equipped for groups of people.
Real Estate Photography in Bundeena
Most of Bundeena’s territory is suitable for the aerial photography (except for the very northern part), hence it offers options to show the proximity of the beach. The drive to Bundeena is only about 30 minutes from the Sutherland Shire suburbs making the travel time free for the photographers located in that area (like Anton Gorlin Photography). I love doing real estate photography in Bundeena as it typically features houses in the beautiful natural environment and allows an afternoon chill.
Also a 2-bedroom cottage.
3-bedroom main house.
Neighbourhood area featuring the beach and the property from above.Real Estate Photography