Photographers love Booderee

Gang gang cockatoo

Gang-gang cockatoo

 

Photographers can’t get enough of Booderee National Park – and here’s why! The wildlife is abundant, and the landscape constantly presents unexpected photo opportunities. Vincentia resident Maree Clout sent us these pictures she took in the park this winter – and we think you’ll agree they’re spectacular. Just look at that handsome red and black snake! And the satin bowebird’s elegant bower display for his potential mate. Not to mention the gang-gang cockatoo caught having a feed!

RB snake Satin Bowerbird

A most unusual rainbow

A most unusual rainbow

Booderee National Park is at Jervis Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales between Nowra and Ulladulla. It’s only about three hours drive from Sydney or Canberra so it’s the ideal place for a tranquil getaway or a relaxed family holiday.

The white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and relaxed camping are well-known and loved by all who visit.

Tanya, Parks Australia

Like this? Check out more of Maree’s picture here

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