Booderee National Park

Important COVID-19 update – Visitor restrictions apply

Travellers need to keep up-to-date with where they can travel and which areas have been declared COVID-19 hotspots, as the COVID-19 situation in Australia is continually evolving.

The Jervis Bay Territory including Booderee National Park is subject to the Public Health Directions currently in place for the Australian Capital Territory. Please consult this list before travelling to Booderee National Park.

Booderee National Park is presently only open for day visitors

Booderee is the perfect holiday destination for nature lovers, animal explorers and plant fanatics. The park is home to over 200 species of birds and over thirty species of native mammals including ten species of bats, thirty-seven reptiles, seventeen amphibians and at least 180 species of fish. You’ll also find the Booderee Botanic Gardens in the park: Booderee is home to more than 460 plants!

The great diversity of species found at Booderee is due to the park’s wide range of habitats: coastal cliffs and heaths, sandy beaches, rock platforms, mangroves, swamps, lakes, forests and the ocean. You can explore each of these different habitats during your visit to Booderee – check out our maps and apps to learn where to find them! Why not download our Booderee birds iOS app to help you find and identify the birds of Booderee?

Check out our plant, bird and animal indexes below, and learn about the abundant wildlife at Booderee. The great diversity of species found at Booderee is due to the park’s wide range of habitats: coastal cliffs and heaths, sandy beaches, rock platforms, mangroves, swamps, lakes, forests and the ocean.

Why not download our Booderee birds iOS app to help you find and identify the birds of Booderee?