Bouddi National Park forms the northern scenic gateway to Broken Bay, with visual links to other national parks along the Hawkesbury River and locally significant landscape features, including Box Head, Maitland Bay, Bombi Point and Mourawaring Point. It includes diverse landscapes from beaches and steep cliffs through to rainforest and heathland. The coastline in Bouddi National Park has spectacular rocky-cliffed headlands, rock platforms, bays, beaches, barrier dunes and lagoons.
The park is 1532 hectares. It covers a large portion of the Bouddi Peninsula from Wagstaffe in the west to MacMasters Beach in the north-east, and includes 18.5 kilometres of coastline and estuarine foreshore, including the intertidal zone down to mean low water mark. It also includes an area known as the ‘Bouddi Marine Extension’ which encompasses 287 hectares of ocean floor and overlying offshore waters between Gerrin Point and Third (Bombi) Point, including the Maitland Bombora.