Covering the north and south banks of Botany Bay, discover epic trails, shipwrecks, secret beaches and landmarks commemorating Australia’s recent and ancient history.


Getting To Kamay Botany Bay National Park


Where Is It?

La Perouse Botany Bay National Park

The La Perouse section of the National Park is located at the southern end of Anzac Parade and extends to the coast, bordered by the New Souths Wales Golf Course to the north.

Kurnell Botany Bay National Park

The Kurnell Section of the National Park is at the lcoated at the end of Captain Cook Drive in Kurnell, and extends to the coast.

Parking

La Perouse Botany Bay National Park

There is free parking around the Anzac Parade loop at the entrance to the park.

Kurnell Botany Bay National Park

There is parking at the visitor’s centre and at most of the sites. Entry is $8.

Bare Island La Perouse

Bare Island is a popular weekend destination.


Maps

Printable PDF Download – National Parks Website

La Perouse National Park

Google Maps Link – La Perouse National Park

Kurnell Botany Bay National Park

Google Maps Link – Kurnell National Park | Sydney

 


Things To Do


La Perouse National Park

Bare Island

Discover the long and controversial history of this island fort.

Congwong Beach

A small, low energy beach perfect for cooling off after a long hike.

Henry Head Walking Track

This walking track will take you through most of the park, past the lighthouse and bunkers and onto Cruwee Cove, Cape Banks and the SS Minmi Shipwreck.

Brown’s Rock Fishing Spot

One of Sydney’s best kept spots for fishing.

Cape Banks Botany Bay National Park

Cape Banks looks out to the ocean

 


Kurnell National Park

Commemoration Flat

A wide green space along the banks of the bay perfect for a picnic.

Burrawang Loop Track

Starting near the visitor centre the loop track takes several historic sites along the banks of Botany Bay.

Cape Solander

A vast lookout great for whale watching, June / July is the best time of year to see them.


Nearby National Parks


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Views of Burning Palms Beach on the Royal Coastal Walk

Royal National Park | Sydney

The second oldest national park in the world is also one of the greatest. Discover vast coastal landscapes, winding trails, hidden beaches and picturesque picnic areas.


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