Booderee National Park is a place of outstanding natural beauty located at Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast.
Booderee is an Aboriginal word from the Dhurga language meaning ‘bay of plenty’ or ‘plenty of fish’. Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and has always been a significant place for Koori people. Please care for the land and waters as this is a very special place.
Booderee offers a wide range of activities. Learn about Koori culture and traditional foods through Booderee’s Aboriginal interpretive program. Enjoy a wide range of walks, surf at Cave Beach or swim amongst the fish in the tranquil waters of Green Patch Beach. The historic Cape St George Lighthouse is the perfect location for whale and bird watching.
Booderee has three camping grounds Green Patch, Bristol Point and Cave Beach.
Please note, Booderee National Park is a Commonwealth National Park and federal park fees apply. Please check the Booderee National Park website for details.
Aboriginal Culture Barbeque Birdwatching Carpark Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Toilet Swimming Walk