- Departs from:
- Countrylink terminal entrance
- Departure time:
Picturesque Kamay Botany Bay National Park lies adjacent to the suburb of Kurnell and the southern entrance to Botany Bay. It is the place of Captain Cooks landing in 1770 and is widely regarded as the birthplace of modern Australia. Despite the long European history of the site there is still much native habitat in the form of Sandstone & Dune forests.
However areas of it are badly infested with exotic weed species and you will be helping National Parks to undertake valuable bush re-generation conservation works by removing these weeds and/or planting natives to help re-establish the native habitat.
8.30 am - Outside of Countrylink Terminal entrance Central Station Railway Square
9.30 am - Meet at Kamay Botany Bay National Park visitor car park. Located off Cape Solander Drive, Kurnell.
Please wear sturdy boots, long pants, and long sleeve shirts. Hats, sunscreen, and water are a must
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