Brigadoon at Bundanoon

Including a lunch cruise on the Shoalhaven River

  • 5-6 April 2019
  • For as little as   $310.00 Twin Share     $420.00Single
  • Early bookings are recommended as limited seats
  • $150 Deposit at time of booking. Non-refundable.
  • Bookings and full payment by 28 February 2019

After an early start we will be stopping for a cruise on the magnificent Shoalhaven River including a fish and chip lunch before heading to our overnight at Bomaderry Motor Inn with dinner available at the Bomaderry RSL. A continental breakfast in room will ensure an early start to the day to enable us front row seats as we watch the Parade, finish with dinner – Buffet at the Braidwood Services Club and conclude the trip at Batemans Bay at approximately 9.00pm.

Bundanoon has over the past 40 years gained the envious reputation throughout Australia as the premier location for hosting the traditional Scottish Highland Games. Every year in April between 12-16,000 Australians, many not necessarily of Scottish descent make an annual pilgrimage to this outstanding event to enjoyand participate in the gathering known, as Bundanoon is Brigadoon.

Brigadoon in 2019 marks the 42nd anniversary of the highland gathering in Bundanoon.

Brigadoon begins with the sound of Bagpipes drifting across the village fromfirst light in preparation for a day of celebration. The Street Parade starts at 9.30am and features some 20 Pipe Bands from all over the State accompaniedby a large variety of decorated floats and marching Clan Societies.

Everyone is made most welcome at the gathering and encouraged to participate in the Traditional and not so traditional games. The committee recognises this as a The Ideal Family Day Outing and encourages mass participation by spectators and especially the children. Spectators can try their luck at Tossing the Caber, Shot Putt, Haggis Hurling, Kilted Races, Egg Throwing and Water Toss. There is also a Bonny Bairns highland dress competition for all the proud parents.

Throughout the day you can enjoy Highland and Scottish Country dance demonstrations, and for those who like to try something new you are cordially invited to join in. There are 30 Scottish Clans and Societies tents and they have their own area where many people make their way to enquire about their Scottish heritage andancestry.

This year we will have a marquis for sun shelter where you can sit on your chairs and watch the world go by.

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Travel Insurance recommended.

For Bookings contact: 02 44744243