Occupying Jervis Bay’s southeastern spit, this sublime national park, jointly managed by the government and the local Indigenous community, offers good swimming, surfing and diving on both bay and ocean beaches. Much of it is heathland, with some forest, including small pockets of rainforest. Walking-trail maps and camping information are available at the visitor centre. Surfing is good at Cave Beach and Pipeline. Booderee Botanic Gardens is within the park.