Booderee National Park

Walawaani Njindiwan Njin Booderee – welcome everyone, this is Booderee

Booderee National Park is located at Jervis Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales between Nowra and Ulladulla. About three hours drive from Sydney or Canberra, it’s the ideal place for a tranquil getaway or a relaxed family holiday.

The white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters are well-known and loved by all who visit.

Set among bushland, the park offers relaxed camping, idyllic beaches, pretty bushwalks as well as plenty of water sports and activities for the family to enjoy.

During school holidays the park provides an excellent program of free activities to keep children occupied.

Visitor centre

Stop by our Visitor Centre as you enter the park for some friendly advice.

Where to stay

We have several fantastic campgrounds throughout the park.

Booderee Map

Familiarise yourself with areas of interest within Booderee.We have several fantastic campgrounds throughout the park.

Booderee Book – NOW AVAILABLE

Richly illustrated with colour images and rich with information on the extraordinary level of biodiversity in Booderee National Park, this book will delight visitors and anyone with an interest in natural history.

Booderee National Park Book

These beautiful books are now available for purchase throught he Booderee Visitors Centre.

They can also be purchased over the phone on Ph (+61) 2 4443 0977 or via email at booderee.mail@environment.gov.au

Proceeds from the sale of this book though the National Park helps contribute to conservation programs in the Park, and assist the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community – the traditional owners of Booderee National Park.