"Mirragarl created the earth from the dust of the stars, the ancestors and all life forms. Their adventures have created the landforms, the winds, the climate and the laws for the people." | George Brown
Booderee National Park and Booderee Botanic Gardens have been jointly managed by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council and Parks Australia since December 1995. the park and botanic gardens are managed in accordance with the relevant legislation, a management plan and the decisions of the Board of Management.
Second management plan update
The second management plan for Booderee National Park has been drafted by the park Board and was released for public comment over the period 4 May 2011 to 2 August 2011. The Director of National Parks and the park Board will consider all submissions provided during this period as they work towards finalising the plan.
The key objectives for the management of Booderee National Park are:
- to conserve the biodiversity and cultural heritage of the park
- to provide for appreciation and quiet enjoyment of the park
- to benefit members of the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council.