Update: COVID-19 cases confirmed in Jervis Bay Territory
The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications has notified the Jervis Bay Territory community that there are confirmed COVID-19 cases in the JBT.
Booderee National Park remains open for day visitors from the Shoalhaven Local Government Area (LGA) and at the moment the park’s plan to re-open camping from 1 November 2021 will continue.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely as it evolves.
Booderee National Park is supporting the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications, NSW Health and Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community in the health response to the COVID- 19 situation in the Jervis Bay Territory.
Further updates on changes to park entry or camping will be provided to visitors and we remind all visitors to be COVID-Safe at all times.
Please check the Jervis Bay Territory COVID-19 restrictions which may relate to your area before planning a trip or making a booking to stay at Booderee National Park.
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