Booderee National Park

Booderee is beautiful at any time of year.

When to come

Temperatures range from an average of 9 degrees celsius – 15 degrees celsius in July and 17 degrees celsius – 24 degrees celsius in January.

The summer period is very popular and all our camping areas fill up well before Christmas. Bookings are essential and can be made up to four months in advance. Sites are allocated by ballot – for more details please call the Booderee Visitor Centre on 02 4443 0977 or email booderee.mail@environment.gov.au

In the southern hemisphere winter, the whale migration is a special experience – whales usually migrate in June and early July. When the whales make their southerly migration in spring they sometimes come very close to shore and play in the sheltered bays with their new-born calves.

Visitor Centre

Stop by our Visitor Centre as you enter the park for some friendly advice.

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Where to stay

We have several fantastic campgrounds throughout the park.

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Booderee Map

Familiarise yourself with areas of interest within the park

Booderee National Park map

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