Booderee National Park

Free experience
Booderee National Park

What you can expect

Located on the South Coast of New South Wales, Jervis Bay’s Booderee National Park is filled with outstanding natural beauty. This national park is a significant place for the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and Koori people; Booderee is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘bay of plenty’ and visitors to the area are asked to take care and respect the grounds. There are range of activities in Booderee National Park including taking part in Booderee’s Aboriginal interpretive program to learn about Koori culture and their traditional foods, follow one of the multiple walking trails, catch a wave at Cave Beach or swim with schools of fish at Green Patch Beach. Cape St George Lighthouse is also a popular destination for whale watching during migration season.


What you need to know

  • Camping Grounds
  • 3 grounds available from $11 per site
  • Green Patch
  • Bristol Point
  • Cave Beach Visitor Centre Opening House
  • Monday to Thursday from 9:30am to 3pm
  • Friday to Sunday + Public and school holidays from 9:30am to 4pm
Home to 200 bird species and 30 native mammals
Learn about the park’s indigenous history
Free smartphone app to explore the area
Guided tours available
Visitors asked to respect the grounds
Surfing and swimming hot spot
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We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Custodians of Country and their connections and continuous care for the skies, lands and waterways throughout Australia.