The Cave Beach camping ground area is located in gorgeous Booderee National Park at Jervis Bay. Cave Beach is detailed by Australian Geographic as one of the very best secluded beach outdoor camping areas in Australia.
Cave Beach area is set amongst seaside tea tree and also is perfect for light-weight outdoor camping. Cold showers, fresh water, bathrooms, and timber barbeques are offered. The camping area is 300 metres from the parking lot and all tools must be carried in.
Booderee supplies a vast array of tasks in an immaculate natural setting, including swimming, fishing and snorkelling, bushwalking and cycling, as well as boating. Booderee National Park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and also has an energetic Aboriginal social expository program.
Tasks include bush tucker strolls, campfire threads, and Koori ready youngsters. Appreciate your stay in Booderee. Please care for the land as well as waters as this is a very unique place. Make your booking online today.
Booderee National Park is a super popular location to go camping. There are three locations available at Booderee National Park for camping. These are:
- Green Patch
- The grassy area at Cave Beach
- Bristol Point (best for larger groups)
Booderee is residence to one of Australia’s a lot of stunning national parks. This makes it the ideal spot to camp for a period of time and enjoy it for all it offers.
Crystal-clear waters, lovely white sand beaches, while high cliffs and also historic relics overlook the stunning Pacific Ocean. Booderee National Park includes phenomenal indigenous wildlife and is decorated with extensive botanic gardens.
Visiting the park
To enter the park you’ll need a park pass, which you can pre-purchase online for fast as well as easy entry.
Planning on staying in the park? Booderee National Park camping sites are nestled amongst immaculate native bushland. Campgrounds fill out quickly throughout optimal durat