Bomaderry Creek Regional Park, a beautiful bushland oasis, awaits those who take the short detour from the Princes Highway between Bomaderry and North Nowra.
The centrepiece of this park, tucked away behind the Princes Highway at Bomaderry, is the lovely Bomaderry Creek Gorge. Here you’ll discover a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of life. A short walk brings you to cool forest, soaring sandstone faces, scattered boulders, the sound of running water and the joyous sight of wildflowers in spring.
Nature-lovers and keen walkers can enjoy the trails, picnic area and lookouts year-round – the shade and water make spending time here pleasant, even in high summer. You’ll love the variety of landscapes, from the cliff-lined gorge and huge sandstone slabs, to the plateau above. You can also look out for the threatened glossy black cockatoo feeding on the casuarinas. The Aboriginal rainbow serpent mural in the picnic area is great for the kids, and because it’s a regional park, you can take the family dog for a walk here, as long as it’s on a leash of course.
Aboriginal Culture History & Heritage Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area