Kundabung is a locality in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. The Pacific Highway runs through it, dividing it in two. On the west side is the Post Office / petrol station / general store ("Frank's") and many rural properties. On the east side is the village, telephone exchange, sawmill, the RFS, the site of the former railway station, and the Kundabung Hall.
Kundabung is an approximate driving distance of 410 km north of Sydney and has postcode 2441. While trains no longer stop at Kundabung and the station buildings have all been removed, trains on the North Coast line still pass through.
At the 2016 Census, Kundabung comprised 630 people in 173 families and 232 dwellings, all increases over the 2011 Census.
The locality's name is derived from an aboriginal word meaning "wild apples".
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