Booderee National Park

Welcome everyone, this is Booderee. Or in the local Dhurga language, Walawaani Njindjiwan Njin Booderee.

 

Booderee is home to one of Australia’s most stunning national parks.

Crystal-clear waters meet beautiful white sand beaches, while high cliffs and historic relics overlook the majestic Pacific Ocean.

Booderee National Park features extraordinary native wildlife and is adorned with expansive botanic gardens.

 

Visiting the Park

 

You need a park pass to experience the natural and cultural marvels of Booderee National Park.

Planning on staying in the park? Booderee offers beachside campgrounds nestled among pristine native bushland.

Campsites fill up fast during peak periods, so we suggest booking early to avoid missing out.

Booderee is beautiful at any time of year.

 

Average temperatures range from 9–15°C in July to 17–24°C in January.

 

The summer period is very popular and all our camping areas fill up well before Christmas. Campsites for the summer school holidays are allocated by ballot – for more details please call the Booderee Visitor Centre on 02 4443 0977 or email booderee.mail@environment.gov.au

 

The winter whale migration in June and early July is a very special experience at Jervis Bay. When the whales make their southerly migration in spring they sometimes come in close to the shore and play in the sheltered bays with their new-born calves.

Opening Hours

The park is open 24 hours daily.

The Botanic Gardens are open 9am - 5pm daily.
The Visitor Centre is open 9:30am – 3pm
(Mon to Thurs - School Days) 9am – 4pm
(Fridays, Weekends, Public Holidays & School Holidays)

Features

  • Barbeque
  • Carpark
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Indigenous themes and/or interpretation
  • International
  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming
  • Walk
  • Aboriginal Culture
  • Nature & Wildlife