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Booderee National Park logoBooderee National Park and Booderee Botanic Gardens are the names chosen by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community for the former Commonwealth Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Botanic Gardens.

Booderee is an Aboriginal word from the Dhurga language meaning ‘bay of plenty’ or ‘plenty of fish’.

The White-bellied Sea Eagle is one of many birds you see around the park. The white and grey eagle is the guardian of the Aboriginal people of Wreck Bay, and is represented in the park logo.

Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community The National Park and Botanic Gardens were handed back to the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community in 1995. The Community and the Commonwealth Government, through the Director of National Parks, now jointly manage the Park and the Botanic Gardens.

Everyone benefits from proper management of the Park, especially the visitors. Park use fees contribute to the cost of protecting the values of the Park and at the same time also help with maintaining visitor services and facilities.

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