Kamay Botany Bay National Park Kurnell: Draft Master Plan

Public consultation on the Kamay Botany Bay National Park Kurnell Draft Master Plan closed on 2 August 2018

The Kurnell Precinct Master Plan looks to deliver on the vision to make the Kurnell Precinct of Kamay Botany Bay National Park ‘a place of significance to all Australians that contributes to their sense of identity as Australians.’

28 April 2018
Office of Environment and Heritage
Publication, Master plan
  • ID OEH20180232
  • File PDF 23.9MB
  • Pages 13
  • Name kamay-botany-bay-national-park-kurnell-draft-master-plan.pdf

The Master Plan will see the implementation of new visitor infrastructure and facilities in the Kurnell Precinct, it will support an increase in visitor capacity, new community education and interpretation programs and new ways to learn about and enjoy this historically important place. Notably, the Master Plan will increase recognition of Aboriginal significance and help to ensure that balanced story-telling includes both Indigenous and European history.

The Master Plan has been designed to improve visitor access and facilities, disabled access and to create a cohesive visitor experience at a highly desirable visitor destination.

It is envisaged that implementation of the Master Plan will take place in three stages as funding becomes available.

Have your say

For further information, visit Kamay Botany Bay National Park Public Consultation

Comments closed on 2 August 2018.

Supporting documents

Summary of community and stakeholder engagement: Kamay Botany Bay National Park

The proposals in the Master Plan are conceptual only at this stage. Following the public exhibition of the draft Master Plan and the Kamay Botany Bay National Park Draft Plan of Management, both plans will be finalised and the endorsed elements of the Master Plan will progress to a detailed design phase.