Kamay Botany Bay National Park is a nationally significant site as it is the site of the first encounter between Aboriginal Australians and the crew of Captain Cook's Endeavour. The park contains a range of Aboriginal sites, with Aboriginal culture and connection to Country acknowledged and celebrated.
The park has important scenic and natural values including dramatic clifftops, beaches and habitat for endangered communities. The park also attracts a wide array of visitors seeking diverse recreational opportunities.
This document is a supporting document to the Kamay Botany Bay Plan of Management (2019). It includes detailed information on park values (e.g. cultural heritage and threatened species) and the threats to these values.