Kamay Botany Bay National Park
When you visit the southern area of Sydney's Kamay Botany Bay National Park, you'll see why Kurnell Peninsula headland was included in the National Heritage List in 2004. With walking tracks and superb whale watching opportunities, Kurnell is also home to some of NSW's most significant heritage sites and many species of native birds.
Read more about Kurnell area
Kurnell Visitor Centre is a great place to start your exploration of Botany Bay’s southern headland. Learn about local Aboriginal culture and history, including encounters with the crew of HMS Endeavour in 1770. Wander the art gallery, and then grab a coffee on your way out to explore the rest of Kurnell.
It’s just a short drive from the visitor centre to Cape Solander viewing platform – one of Sydney’s best vantage points for whale watching.
If you’re into snorkelling and scuba diving, try diving around Inscription Point or off the more sheltered Sutherland Point. Lace up and walk the self-guided Banks-Solander track, or follow Burrawang Walk past several of the area’s historic sites, including Captain Cook’s Landing Place.
Cape Baily track offers the opportunity for a longer walk through beautiful native vegetation.
Highlights in this park
- in Kamay Botany Bay National Park in the Sydney and surrounds region
7am–7.30pm August to May
7am–5.30pm June to July
Areas may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger
Park entry fees:
$8 per vehicle per day applies in the Kurnell area only. The park has coin-operated pay and display machines - please bring correct coins. The park also has credit card accepting payment facilities.Buy an annual pass.
(02) 9668 2000
Contact hours: 10am-3.30pm Monday to Friday. 9.30am-4pm Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. Closed Christmas holiday.
- Kamay Botany Bay National Park (South), Cape Solander Drive, Kurnell NSW
- Fax: (02) 9668 2050