Murray's Boat Ramp, Booderee National Park

Panorama of Murray's Boat Ramp in Booderee NP

Booderee means bay of plenty or plenty of fish in one of our languages, the Dhurgalanguage. Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. This scenic coastal National Park offers great beaches for water sports and plenty of fauna and flora for visitors who want to enjoy nature.

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Hay Railway Station

Panorama of Hay Railway Station.

The historic Railway Station has been beautifully maintained although the last train left in 1983. The building from 1882 is now home to a local radio station. 2 old carriages on the platform house a museum for the internment camps in Hay during WWII which held German and Austrian internees (the Dunera Boys) who arrived from England on the HMT Dunera in 1940.

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