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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2013-14
38 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Booderee National park is a nature lovers dream during summer. If you are camping for a week, or just visiting for the day you will leave knowing more about the wonders of nature and your land. The many sign posted walking tracks take you to coastal look outs including the historic Cape St George Lighthouse and weave through the native forests, home to hundreds of birds and 30 species of land mammals. Many, including wallabies and kangaroos, can be seen grazing along the tracks. The great diversity of species is thanks to the vast range of habitats found in the area - coastal cliffs and heaths, sandy beaches and rock platforms, mangroves and ocean, swamps, lakes and forests. To coolofyou willalwaysfindabeachnearby. . . White sands, sparkling waters and shade trees. Booderee's beaches are world renowned for their spectacular natural beauty. Green Patch beach has the whitest sand in the world! Campers come from all over the world to the many well organised campsites throughout the park in natural bushland settings, often visited by some of the friendly wildlife. During the school holidays there are many activities for all the family including Campfire Ya r n s . Join traditional owners to learn about the history and stories of the Booderee landscape and the community's connections with these lands and waters. Bird watching for beginners is a session for those who want to learn more about our feathered friends. Bring some binoculars if you can and come along dressed for walking in the bush. Check out the amazing school holiday activities and all park details. Go to www.booderee.gov.au Booderee National Park is located at the eastern end of Jervis Bay Road.There is a small entry fee of $11 per car for a 48 hour pass - consessions available. summer fun with nature at booderee Booderee is renowned for its many beaches. Pictured Green Patch Beach Photo: June Anderson. Excellent camping and picnic facilities. Jervis Bay Photo: Jon Harris 332368099