Royal National Park is situated on 15,080 hectares and was the second national park in the world. Walk the coast for magnificent views, or experience the variety of habitats, including heath, rainforests, open woodlands and estuarine systems.
Enjoy historic landscapes and short walks to lookouts with spectacular views over the park. Wattamolla, Garie and Burning Palms are some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia.
Hire a row boat at Audley and take a leisurely paddle up Kangaroo Creek.
There are kiosks at Garie, Wattamolla and Audley. Bonnie Vale camping ground provides basic facilities (fees apply), other camping sites are limited with bookings and permits essential.
Visit the Visitors Centre for maps, brochures and information on things to see and do in the national park. Take a Discovery Ranger guided tour to learn more about the national park.
There is over a 100 kilometres of walking tracks including the 26 kilometres coast walk from Bundeena to Otford, Uloola Falls, Karloo Pools, Lady Carrington Walk (9.6 kilometres one way), Burning Palms and The Garawarrah Farm to Era Track.
Activities: Swimming, surfing, canoeing, beach fishing, bushwalking, bush camping and nature study.
Wheelchair access to toilets at Audley, Willowtree Flat. Disabled walking tracks at Bungoona and Audley.
02 9542 0648
Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2232
BBQ Facilities, Cafe, Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shaded Area, Toilet facilities for the Disabled, Visitor Information Centre
Experiences you can enjoy at Royal National Park:
Beach, Flora/Fauna, Historic/Heritage, Nature based, Wildlife