Visiting Bundarra is like taking a step backwards in time, and personifies the close knit community spirit typical of village life from a bygone era. The Bundarra Courthouse Museum, Bundarra Bottle Museum, with its collection of 6000 bottles, aboriginal pipes and artefacts and stone ginger beer bottles are some of the towns features.
The main street mainly consists of buildings built in the 1860's. The hamlet also features the Lion's Club Park where there are free camping facilities. From here you can view platypus in their natural environment. You may even be lucky enough catch a glimpse of the endangered Regent Honeyeater as Bundarra is one of the few breeding sites left for this bird in Australia.
North West of Bundarra is Copeton Dam where there are many facilities available to suit everyone from waterslides for the kids secluded camping spots for grey nomads on their way around Australia to conference facilities for the business person wanting a different experience for staff training.