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Using our filters can help you find the perfect holiday rental in Bundeena. You are likely to compare and find a letting fitting your needs in Bundeena if you want to tune out with some TV time or you can't imagine a holiday without internet, as most lettings include TVs or internet. You can even compare and find lettings if you need a cot for your baby (2 rentals include cots in Bundeena) or you enjoy soaking in the hot tub (1 rentals with jacuzzis).
The weather in Bundeena
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Find the Bundeena climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is January. However, temperatures can go lower than 9° in Bundeena in July. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is August.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Bundeena
14 out of the 28 available properties in Bundeena are house rentals. They account for many of the property types in this destination (66.67%). In addition, house rentals there have a median price $585 per night and a median size of 112 m². Moreover, most house rentals in Bundeena can host 7 people, which makes Bundeena an ideal holiday spot for large groups. If you're interested in a different accommodation type, you could check apartment rentals, which are the other most frequent property type in Bundeena. These properties cost $307 a night , on average, and have an average size of 170 m².
Explore southern Sydney with holiday houses in Bundeena
An hour-long train ride south from Sydney leads you to Bundeena, a popular seaside town that offers a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of the nation's capital.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Bundeena?
Probe through old aboriginal carvings
The name Bundeena means ''a noise like thunder'' in the Indigenous Australian language, due to the sound made when waves meet the beach here. The 5km Jibbon Loop Track walk takes you past Jibbon Beach to rare Aboriginal rock carvings believed to be over 1,000 years old, before looping back to Bundeena.
What are the best activities for families in Bundeena?
Family activities in and around Bundeena
Shelley Beach is an ocean pool at the northeastern tip of Royal National Park that is especially good for younger children. There is also a fenced playground with a liberty swing to ensure that disabled children also have a good time. After a dip, take a ferry to the award-winning Frangipani Gelato in Cronulla. Children will delight over the endless choices of ice cream here.
For some high-energy entertainment, the state-of-the-art Sky Zone Miranda is the perfect venue thanks to its full-range trampolines and climbing activities. On top of your newly-discovered freedom of flight, there is a ninja challenge course for you to show off your skills. If you're looking to take a ride into the past, visit the Sydney Tramway Museum, near the northern entrance to Royal National Park.
Where are the unique attractions in Bundeena?
Explore the third-oldest national park in the world
The Royal National Park is Bundeena's crown jewel. Its diverse landscape ranges from rich woodland to wild secluded beaches. Spanning over 26km from Bundeena to Otford, the park's Coastal Walk is an epic walking trail that begs to be explored.
In addition to the walking trails, Royal National Park is home to 11 beaches. Garie Beach is famed for surfing, while Wattamolla Beach's lengthy sands are great for volleyball and swimming.
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