Filled with significant sites, remarkable landscapes and heritage-listed attractions, Kamay Botany Bay National Park offers an idyllic daytrip from Sydney. Separated by the marine-rich waters of historic Botany Bay, the park’s northern and southern headlands feature a unique combination of natural and cultural heritage.
Explore the southern side around Kurnell, where in 1770, local Aboriginal people encountered the crew of the Endeavour, or the northern side at La Perouse, where French explorer Comte de Laperouse was last sighted in 1788. Walk the Burrawang track, whale watch from Cape Solander, picnic at Commemoration Flat or go diving at Bare Island.
On 20 September 2004, the Kurnell Peninsula Headland was included in the National Heritage List.
Summer holiday information: are you planning a visit to Kamay Botany Bay National Park during the summer holidays? Please read some important tips on planning your day.
MapsDownload a map of the park (PDF, 502KB), or find out about an interactive park map app.
Visit the NSW National Parks visitor website for more inspiration and information on Kamay Botany Bay National Park.
Click on map features for more details
These maps give you a basic overview of features and facilities. They do not provide detailed information on topography and landscape, and may not be suitable for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.