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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2016
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 29 Jervis Bay Join us and the ORRCA team on Whale Census Day, Sunday 26th June, at the Cape St George Lighthouse. www.booderee.gov.au AW2027254 BOOKYOURCAMPSITEGETAWAYONLINEwww.booderee.gov.au Booderee home to flora and fauna ready to explore Booderee National Park is a place of natural beauty in Jervis Bay, where visitors can camp, swim, walk and explore. Booderee Botanic Gardens is the only Aboriginal owned botanic garden in Australia. It covers 80 hectares of Booderee National Park and includes a unique setting of cultivated areas surrounded by natural bushland. Visitors can learn about bush tucker and medicinal uses of plants, the long association that Koori people have had with the area and the plants of south-eastern Australia. There are a range of facilities and services available to help visitors appreciate and explore the gardens including formed paths, self-guided and guided walks, interpretive displays, picnic areas and more. Visitors can see and touch some rare plants at the botanic garden. It’s easy to have a fun-filled educational day or a family camping weekend at Booderee National Park. There are plenty of picnic grounds and beaches to explore and opportunities for land-based whale watching. The ideal spot is at the historic Cape St George Lighthouse at the end of Stoney Creek Road. This is the perfect time for family day trips, picnics, walks on the spectacular beaches and camping. The park has a number of guided walking trails where visitors can enjoy the local wildlife. There are many varieties of birds, including honeyeaters, eastern bristlebirds and white-bellied sea eagles. Many other insects and small animals live in the foliage and leaf litter. A quiet walker will sometimes see wallabies or grey kangaroos grazing beside the trails. June 26 is Whale Census Day, and along with whales seals are a big attraction to Jervis Bay; people come from all over the country, and beyond, to dive with the seals, the puppy dogs of the sea.