We were told that Booderee was a great place to find seclusion and your own little hideaway, but we were not expecting the sheer beauty of Scottish Rocks Beach in the national park.

Just when we thought we saw it all. This was just as spectacular, if not better. Made even more so by the lack of crowds and pristine natural environment.

The Scottish Rocks Beach was one of the most amazing beaches on the South Coast that we set foot on.

Booderee National Park is located in Jervis Bay on the south coast of New South Wales, which is about three hour’s drive from Sydney.

The Scottish Rocks Beach is nestled between Greenpatch Beach and Murrays Beach and is known for its rock pools and crystal clear waters. It reminded me a lot of the stunning Hazards Beach on the Freycinet Peninsula in Tasmania.

The Scottish Rocks are hard rock formations that sit at the water’s edge. They extend along the Scottish Rocks Beach towards the Hole in the Wall, a huge rock formation that also serves as a lookout spot.

It’s a great place to do some snorkeling, or look for tiny fish and crabs in the shallow water of the rock pools.

Pack up a picnic and sit on the soft white sand whilst staring out at the waves. The landscapes here are amazing. Of if you find the sun to be too strong, there is a shady place at the back of the beach where you can sit and enjoy the views.

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