More to see at Booderee

Walk out early to catch the morning sun on the cliffs at devils elbow | Photo Elinor Jean

Walk out early to catch the morning sun on the cliffs at Devils Elbow | Photo Elinor Jean

A new self-guided tour is the perfect place to begin exploring the plants, animals, Indigenous culture and history of Booderee National Park.

The 2.5 hour Munyunga waraga dhugan walk takes you on a journey of discovery, with 14 informative signs along the way to tell you all about Booderee. Manyunga waraga dhugan means ‘white-bellied sea eagle’s home camp’ in the Dhurga language of the Wreck Bay Aboriginal people.

Take in the sea air as you walk, enjoying panoramic views of Jervis Bay. Check out the park’s sea birds, penguins, seals, dolphins and whales from the Governor Head lookout. Stroll through heath, listening out for the many birds, frogs and animals that live in our park.

Grab a glimpse of the walk’s landscape in our Munyunga waraga dhugan Facebook album.

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