About two hours' drive south of Sydney is the Jervis Bay Territory, a peninsula of land cut off the map of New South Wales and surrendered to the Commonwealth Government in 1915.
Surrounding the military facilities that exist there, within land owned and jointly managed by the local Wreck Bay Community, is an astonishing national park called Booderee.
There is a lot to see around Bay of Plenty Lodges!
This article by Tim the Yowie Man in the South Coast Register 14 Jan 2017 highlights his pick of the best natural features in in Booderee National Park.
Interesting article in the Sydney Morning Herald 25/2/12 about Booderee National Park's Botanic Garden
“Destination Jervis Bay – Ben Stubbs finds flathead and bream, trevally and mackerel in the South Coast’s aptly named ‘Bay of Plenty’….
Booderee National Park last night won the prestigious 2008 NSW IndigenousTourism award�.
Plenty close to nature – “You know you are heading somewhere special ……