Booderee National Park

Important COVID-19 update

Booderee National Park has a number of COVID-19 safety measures in place to protect visitors, staff and the local community.

For further information on Booderee National Park’s COVID-19 safety measures please refer to the COVID-19 safety webpage and check the entry requirements before visiting Booderee National Park.

We want you to have a fantastic visit to Booderee National Park that’s memorable for all the right reasons. Here are our tips to help you stay safe, particularly near waterways!

Please read our safety information

Steamers Head beaches

Relax at Steamers Beach, Booderee National Park

These are magnificent, isolated beaches flanked by high cliffs and backed by steep sand dunes that are an unusual colour for Booderee.

It’s thought a tsunami dumped the sand there during Australia’s early history.

Please note that none of our beaches are supervised by lifeguards - please exercise caution when recreating in the water, and ensure that children are supervised at all times.  

Steamers Beach

Stunning views at Steamers Head, Booderee National Park

At Steamers Beach you’ll be rewarded with some of the region’s most stunning views of coastal scenery.

Kittys Beach

Calm waters at Kittys beach, Booderee National Park

Kittys Beach is around 1 km north of St Georges Head. It is a 50 m long west-facing pocket of sand backed by densely vegetated slopes. It is sheltered by its orientation and Kitty Point.

Only low waves reach the beach, making it safe for swimming.

Whiting Beach

Whiting beach in Booderee National Park is stunning

Whiting Beach is another hidden surprise at Booderee.

Only accessible by boat or foot, it’s a place to really escape the crowds.

The low 50 m south-facing sand beach is backed by a waterfall and dense forest.