Booderee National Park

Important COVID-19 update

Booderee National Park has re-opened for day visitors from the Shoalhaven LGA only. Camping at Booderee National Park will recommence from 1 November 2021 with bookings now open.

There are no restrictions on making a camping booking and from 1 November we anticipate being able to welcome campers from across NSW as travel restriction ease.

Please check COVID-19 restrictions in your areas relating to the Jervis Bay Territory before planning a trip or making a booking to stay at Booderee National Park.

Booderee National Park is home to more than 460 different native plants. Below, you can explore just some of the park’s many vibrant and colourful flowers.

Some of the native flora is used by the Koori people for bush medicine and food.

To view the park’s collections of flora, learn about native uses of plants for bush tucker and medicine, and even to stop for a picnic, visit Australia’s only Aboriginal-owned botanic gardens.