Kamay Botany Bay National Park Kurnell - Kurnell

The Kamay Botany Bay National Park encompasses 458 hectares of coastal bushland and is bordered by spectacular sandstone cliffs.

Delve into the modern and Aboriginal history of the peninsula at the Discovery Centre. Take guided or unguided walks over coastal sand dunes or along bush tracks out to dramatic views over the Pacific Ocean.

Discover native animals, birdlife and Aboriginal culture as well as some of the plant specimens collected by Banks and Solander. There is a fantastic purpose built whale watching platform where you can watch these awesome creatures as they pass on their annual migration.

The diverse waters of the park offer a wide range of aquatic activities - from scuba diving and snorkelling to swimming, surfing or rock fishing. Short trails for cycling, open playing fields and secluded picnic areas complete this nature lovers wonderland.

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