Booderee is one of the most photogenic places in Australia – and that’s up against some stiff competition! 

What do you think? Which is your favourite?

Brown antechinus
Brown antechinus

This slightly adorable brown antechinus was a very popular contender in an online #cuteoff to find the cutest animal species in Australia. It’s not hard to see why.

 

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Kittys Beach

Tell us there’s a sight more wonderful than a deserted shoreline and pristine ocean!

 

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Humpback whale | Maree Clout, Jervis Bay Through My Eyes

Humpback whales pass through Jervis Bay waters on their way to breed in warmer northern waters. Many play in the bay, making for once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities.

 

Booderee National Park, 2 Aug 2014.
Sunset at Hole in the Wall | Jon Harris Photography

When nature and patience align you get pure beauty, like this shot of sunset at Hole in the Wall. Plus, sunset at the beach never fails to soothe the soul.

 

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Aurora Australis and Milky Way from Booderee | Corinne le Gall, Life – Through My Lens

This epic nightscape was taken in 2014 when Aurora Australis was visible from the park. The nightsky features heavily in Indigenous culture and history at Booderee – you can hear stories about the seven sisters, the time of the two moons and the Milkyway at campfire evenings with local tour company Galamban Extraordinary Aboriginal  Experiences.