Bungunyah Apartments offer affordable accommodation for travellers, corporate visitors, couples and families who choose to stay at our beautiful villas located on a historic site in Croydon. The unique and personalised decor, spacious living areas and private surroundings make for a pleasant and unforgettable stay. Highly regarded by past guests for providing quality facilities, cleanliness and well equipped villas that enable even the most discerning guests to self cater and cook just like at home. Our guests leave happy and relaxed, and we have the accommodation reviews to prove it.
We are proud of our reputation and high standards. This is made possible by our dedicated team who make our guests’ comfort a priority, ensuring your Bungunyah experience is a pleasant one.
The Original Bungunyah Homestead
Bungunyah Apartments are located on a historical property of 2 acres. The original homestead is located at the rear of the property and is an integral part of Croydon and Bungunyah’s history. The current owners of Bungunyah ‘The Kos’s’ opened Bungunyah Apartments 9 years ago and have recently taken back the management of Bungunyah with Lisa & Kees (the owners) and Henriette (reservation manager) at the helm. The Kos’s continue to play an integral part ensuring the quality of accommodation, gardens and maintenance of properties is of a high standard.
The beautiful gardens and seclusion of Bungunyah will continue to be a draw card for guests as it has done over past years and guarantees to provide delightful and affordable accommodation for businesses, couples and families. Please contact us for further information or go to our booking page.
Bungunyah: An historical property, circa 1880
Bungunyah Apartments are located on a historical property of 2 acres. The original homestead is located at the rear of the property, is an integral part of Croydon and Bungunyah’s history.
Bungunyah Homestead 2015
The homestead of ‘Bungunyah’ was initially used as a horse stud, and has a history of three owners including the current owners, who restored the homestead to its former splendour in 1980. Bungunyah (‘Lost Shelter’) was named by the first colonial settlers in honour of the local indigenous people.