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Telegraph Creek Nature Trail

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 National Park: Telegraph Creek Nature Trail

Telegraph Creek Nature Trail is a circular walk with signs describing interesting aspects of the vegetation along the way. The trail begins at the northern end of the Green Patch car park or where it is signposted along Jervis Bay Road near the Green Patch turn-off. The walk is 2.4 kilometres long and takes roughly one hour to complete. Grade is easy.

 

Green Patch is a beautiful picnic area within Booderee National Park, with interesting bushwalks, wildflowers in spring, and safe swimming in clear blue water. Many native birds and kangaroos can be seen in the early morning and late afternoon. Green Patch also offers a sheltered beach with beautiful white sand, toilets, showers, wood barbecues and picnic tables.

 

Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. Enjoy your visit to beautiful Booderee and please care for the land and waters, as this is a very special place.

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
  • Disabled access available
  • Indigenous themes and/or interpretation
  • International
  • Birdwatching
  • Walks
  • Hiking
  • Aboriginal Culture
  • Nature & Wildlife