Kamay Botany Bay National Park is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register and the Kurnell Peninsula is registered on the National Heritage List. The park’s scenic values have been recognised by the National Trust i n classifying i t as a landscape conservation area.
Kamay Botany Bay National Park’s first Master Plan was finalised in 2008. This Master Plan was prepared for the 'Meeting Place', which is part of the Kurnell Precinct. The 2008 Master Plan has now been substantially implemented. The concept of a Meeting Place is still relevant today: it is a place where cultures met and continue to meet and where conflict and reconciliation, celebration and sorry business can be acknowledged in the one landscape.