Bouddi National Park
Bouddi National Park is one of the most diverse reserves in the state.
Small secluded beaches, fringed by rainforests, sandstone cliffs and coastal heaths blanketed in wildflower colour, make Bouddi National Park one of the most diverse and delightful reserves within the greater Sydney area.
Explore the spectacular Bouddi Coastal Walk, view the remains of the wreck of the PS Maitland at Maitland Bay or simply relax and enjoy the pristine beaches, picnic and camping areas.
At the heart of the reserve is the Bouddi National Park Marine Extension located between Gerrin Point and Bombi Point. This unique 300ha reserve is one of the earliest Marine Protected Areas in Australia, protecting a diversity of marine habitats and species.