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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2015
32 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au September-October Tidal Chart Spectacular sights as the whales head south with their calves There are great picnic grounds, camping facilities, walking tracks and beaches for healthy family outings at Booderee booderee bursts into spring It is easy to have a fun filled educational day or a family camping weekend at Booderee National Park.There are plenty of picnic grounds and beaches for the kids to play and explore and fabulous oppor tunities for terrestrial based whale watching.The best location is at the hist or ic Cape St George Lighthouse at the end of Stony Creek Road. The crystal clear waters and rich variety of habitats in Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens offer visitors a wide range of natures wonders to explore. With over 200 species of birds, 30 species of land mammals and 180 species of fish - Booderee National Park is a fantastic place to meet Australian fauna. Along the sign-posted walking trails you see many varieties of birds, including honeyeaters sipping nectar from banksias, shy eastern bristlebirds foraging in the heath and perhaps a white-bellied sea eagle soaring above. Many insects and other small animals live in the foliage and leaf litter and sometimes quiet walkers see wallabies or grey kangaroos grazing beside the trails. Booderee National Park is located at the eastern end of Jer vis Bay Road. There is a small entry fee of $11 per car for a 48 hour pass - concessions available. Regular visitors can purchase a one year pass for $44 or a two year pass for $66 (save $$$). BBQ facilities at Green Patch. Booderee boasts the best organised National Park camping facilities on the south coast. Jervis Bay