Budderoo National Park
|Budderoo National Park|
|Location:||New South Wales , Australia|
|Specialty:||Dense temperate rainforest|
|Founding:||3rd October 1986|
The Budderoo National Park is a national park in eastern Australian state of New South Wales , about ten kilometers west of Kiama and about 100 kilometers south of Sydney . He is known for his path over wooden walkways through the Minnamurra rainforest .
In addition, waterfalls can be seen in the park and there are picnic and barbecue areas, as well as a visitor center. The park opened on October 3, 1986 and is operated by the NSW National Park and Wildlife Service .
Adjoining nature reserves
The Barren Grounds Nature Reserve , a state nature reserve, connects to the national park in the east. The Yarrawa State Forest , a protected state forest, is not far from the western border of the national park.