National Parks

Jervis Bay National Park

Phone: 02 4423 2170

With its powder-white sands, crystal clear waters, forests, woodlands and wetlands, parts of this south coast park seem untouched by people. Its Aboriginal heritage, however, goes back thousands of years and local Aboriginal people maintain strong connections with the land.

Booderee National Park

Phone: (02) 4443 0977

‘walawaani njindiwan njin Booderee’ – Welcome everyone – this is Booderee.
Booderee National Park is breathtakingly beautiful! It is home to beaches with the whitest sand in the world and you will be amazed by the crystal clear water and diverse marine life.
Our variety of campsites offer natural bush camping with great amenities. Stroll to the beach from your campsite, take one of the many walks through the park or simply sit and watch the native animals at play.

Wildlife Rescue South Coast Inc.

Mobile: 0418 427 214

Phone 0418 427 214 for our 24/7 rescue service if you come across an injured, or orphaned, native animal.

Wildlife Rescue South Coast is the largest and most experienced wildlife rescue group on the NSW south coast. We have been licensed by the NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service to undertake wildlife rescue and rehabilitation since the late 1980’s. We cover the NSW South Coast from Kiama to the Victorian Border.

Jervis Bay Marine Park

Phone: 02 4428 3000

Jervis Bay Marine Park is approximately 180km south of Sydney and 20km southeast of Nowra in the Batemans marine bioregion. It spans over 100km of coastline and adjacent ocean extending from Kinghorn Point in the north to Sussex Inlet in the south and includes most of Jervis Bay.