Botanic Gardens brochure | Booderee National Park

Booderee Botanic Gardens are the only Aboriginal owned botanic gardens in Australia. The Gardens, as part of Booderee National Park, are jointly managed between the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council and the Australian Government's Director of National Parks.

The Gardens cover 80 hectares of Booderee National Park and include a unique setting of cultivated areas surrounded by natural bushland. The Gardens showcase local Aboriginal (Koori) use of plants and the coastal flora of south eastern Australia.

Visitors can learn about bush tucker and medicinal uses of plants, the long association that Koori people have had with the area and the plants of south eastern Australia. There are a range of facilities and services available to help visitors appreciate and explore the Gardens including formed paths, self guided and guided walks, interpretive displays, picnic areas and more.