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It's time to dust off the bagpipes, oil the bicycle chain and put your walking shoes on. The town is a step back into the 1930's, home to Brigadoon, but these days it's also a Mecca for cyclists of all ages and bushwalkers, being the gateway to Morton National Park. Just 140 kilometres southwest of Sydney, Bundanoon is one of the prettiest villages in the Southern Highlands. It retains an old-world charm and is a popular base for exploring Morton National Park. Popular since the 1920s as a tourist destination, the village has fine old guesthouses, grand old pubs, cafés and antique dealers. Follow William Street to the east of town to find the sandstone grotto known as Glow-Worm Glen, best seen at dusk. The 11 kilometres of roads and trails that run through Morton National Park make it popular for bike rides and sightseeing.