Booderee National Park Botanic Gardens

Booderee Botanic Gardens are the only Aboriginal-owned botanic gardens in Australia. Here visitors can learn about bush tucker and medicinal uses of plants and the long association that Koori people have with the area and the plants of south eastern Australia.

Enjoy the peaceful setting of the Gardens by relaxing on the grass lawns, or using the picnic tables provided. At the Scribbly Lawn, electric barbecues and a sheltered picnic area are available for large groups or wet weather use. There are a number of beautiful walking trails through the Botanic Gardens and it is an excellent place to observe birds and other animals.

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Nearby events

  1. Bits and Pieces

    Wednesday 21 November 2018 to Friday 30 November 2018 , Culburra Beach

    Watercolour Paintings and Ceramics by Marion Walliss are the theme of the November Exhibition at The Point Gallery and Craft. Marion's expertise in both crafts has seen many a piece sold over the years to visitors from not only Australia…

    21 Nov - 30 Nov
  2. Kurt Brereton: Report From the Littoral Zone

    Wednesday 21 November 2018 to Sunday 25 November 2018 , Huskisson

    An immersive exhibition that explores the littoral zones, mangroves and endangered shorebird environments of the Shoalhaven. This multi-media installation includes paintings, fire art, sculpture and video by South Coast visual and digital…

    21 Nov - 25 Nov
  3. Kaye Johnston, 'Bugs Galore'

    Wednesday 21 November 2018 to Saturday 01 December 2018 , Nowra

    Kaye Johnston is a contemporary artist based in Kangaroo Valley. Her practice ranges from abstract and abstracted landscape paintings in oils, to sculptural works, conceptual photography and her bug pictures. Kaye’s bug drawings come…

    21 Nov - 01 Dec