Green Patch camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Cold showers Disabled Drinking water Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers No dogs/pets Non-vehicle camping Picnic area Public phone Ranger Special campsite Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Cycling Fishing Swimming Walking trails

This spacious but discreet beachside camping ground can be accessed off Jervis Bay Rd. There are walk-in and vehicle-based campsites, which are allocated depending on your group size and requirements. The easy Telegraph Creek Nature Trail (2.4 km return, 1 hr) leaves from here and loops through eucalypt forest, woodland and heath and across fern-lined creeks. Drinking water and firewood are supplied but limited, so best to bring your own, along with a gas/fuel stove.


How to book: Booderee Visitor Information Centre (02) 4443 0977

This campsite is located in Booderee National Park

On the southern side of Jervis Bay, Booderee is cloaked in coastal scrub and flowering heath, with cliffs fronting pale sandy beaches, clear blue waters and a wealth of Aboriginal archaeological sites. Its fascinating landforms, extraordinary plant and animal diversity and lovely coast make it a favourite destination for Canberra and Sydney residents. Advance bookings, which can be made up to 4 months before a visit, are essential.

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