Booderee National Park
Booderee National Park is one of the most exquisite national parks in Australia. Situated just south of Jervis Bay, the national park offers visitors some of the best white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and natural forests that have roots connected to Aboriginal heritage that remains vibrant to this day. There is an entrance fee to the park, as well as campsites should you want to stay to soak in the beaches just a few days longer. However, we suggest you book in advance as the grounds can fill up quickly.
Within the park, you’ll find the Booderee Botanic Gardens which are the only gardens owned solely by Aboriginals. You’ll find an incredible amount of history and knowledge about the native plants to Australia. The people of Wreck Bay also care for the preservation of the Booderee National Park that has provided visitors with a sense of history and respect for the land. You can take an Aboriginal guided tour throughout the park that will take you through the bush and explain the connection to the land.