This page outlines the current entry and camping fees for Booderee National Park.
The money from your park fees helps us maintain essential visitor services, run our free activities and education programs, and conserve the natural and cultural values of the park.
Park entry fees
|Pass type||Full price||Concession*|
|48-hour car/motorbike||$ 13||$6.50|
|Annual car/motorbike||$ 51||$ 25.50|
|Two-year car/motorbike||$ 76||$ 38|
|Second vehicle (one year)||$ 25||$ 12.50|
|Second vehicle (two year)||$ 38||$ 19|
|Tour bus or taxi||$ 4 per passenger||$ 3 per passenger|
* Concessions apply to aged pensioners, TPI card holders, veterans, disabled pensioners and their carers.
About camping fees
Camping fees vary depending on the period booked:
- Peak period: Fridays and Saturdays from October to the end of March, Easter, and all NSW school holidays except the winter break.
- Shoulder period: Sundays to Thursdays from October to April (unless part of the peak period).
- Off-peak: All nights between the autumn and spring NSW school holidays.
|Location||Period||Standard campsite |
(max. 5 people) per night
|Large campsite |
(max. 10 people) per night
|Green Patch and Bristol Point||Peak||$ 25||$ 56|
|Shoulder||$ 20||$ 38|
|Off-peak||$ 13||$ 31|
|Cave Beach||Peak||$ 14|
Nightly camping fees apply for each person in addition to campsite fees.
|Period||Adult (per night)||Child (per night)|
|Peak||$ 13||$ 6|
|Shoulder||$ 8||$ 5|
|Off-peak||$ 6||$ 3.50|