inscription point bundeena

Inscription Point aka ‘The Steps’ is a popular diving and fishing spot along the north east coastline of Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Kurnell.… Read More


meeting place, kamay botany bay national park

The Meeting Place is a recent addition to Kamay Botany Bay National Park. A spiraling monument that tries to tell the stories of Indigenous Australians and early European Settlers in an accessible language. Getting There Location Map Opening Hours & Contact Parking & Entry Fee Inscriptions Three Birds Impact Zig Zag Amenities Food Toilets Rubbish… Read More


cruwee cove

Cruwee Cove is a quiet, windblown cove where you can cast a line, grab a photo or two, or don the flippers and snorkel and take a dive.… Read More


endeavour lighthouse

Named after Captain Cook’s ship, the Endeavour Lighthouse was erected in 1955. It sits in front of the old WWII Coastal Battery overlooking botany bay, facing south. The lighthouse is active, but cannot be accessed inside by the general public. It is is made from masonary painted white and is visible from the Kurnell side… Read More


henry head battery

First constructed in 1985 the battery was decommissioned in 1910 only to be re-equipped thirty years later for WWII. This historic site are now popular with graffiti artists, but they still offer a glimpse into Australia’s recent history. How to get to the Battery Address Henry Head Battery is located at Henry Head in the… Read More


little congwong beach review

Nestled within the Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Little Congy, as it’s affectionately known, is a small beach where you will traditionally find nude bathers, along with the occasional snorkeller or two. Getting to Little Congwong Beach, La Perouse Address The Anzac Parade Loop in La Perouse is he closest street address. Park as close… Read More


Situated at the southern end of Anzac Parade, close to Bare Island and the entrance to Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Cann Park is best known for the weekly snake shows performed there for almost a century.… Read More


Connected to the mainland by bridge, Bare Island is popular for fishing and snorkelling. On Sundays you can take a tour of the fortress or attend Aboriginal Workshops and markets. The island is also available for venue hire, with weddings and receptions popular on the grounds.… Read More


historic coast hospital cemetery

  This historic cemetery serviced the Prince Henry Coast Hospital in the late 19th Century. Those interred here suffered from small pox and other infectious diseases. Quarantined at the hospital to avoid infecting the general populace, the cemetery is now a monument to the history of colonisation in Australia.… Read More