The results are in! We completed our visitor survey in a fortnight this summer, asking more than 300 of our visitors what they think of our park. Here’s a sample of what they said… but we would love to hear your thoughts too!
Visitor from Holland, aged 20-30 “We saw dolphins from the beach, echidnas on the road and we had a beautiful walk in the national park.”
Indigenous visitor from New South Wales, aged 30-40 “Seeing Wreck Bay mob do so well, I want to see this partnership model across the country. This model has significant implications for improving Indigenous community and mental health.”
Visitor from Canberra, aged 50-60 “Beautiful location, camping continues to be a wonderful experience in clean, well-maintained, separated sites.”
And a local from Shoalhaven, aged 50-60 “Family time, animals and marine life, clean swimming beaches. We want to keep it a secret! This is the best national park we have ever visited. Really like the friendly staff, the cleaners, rangers and office people… very much enjoyed the penguin talk and the marine photographer. The Aboriginal people show themselves in a very positive light here in Booderee National Park – they represent their people extremely well.”
Sonya, Booderee National Park