Royal National Park
The second oldest National park in the world!
A day trip or school excursion to Royal National Park in Sydney’s south will offer plenty of opportunities for barbecues, fishing, bushwalking, birdwatching and whale watching.
The Royal National Park is in Sutherland Shire just south of Sydney. It is the second oldest national park in the world after Yellowstone USA and formally proclaimed on 26 April 1879. The park was added to the Australian National Heritage List in December 2006.
The Royal National Park has endless possibilities for visitors eager to connect with nature. There are great walks along the expansive coastal cliffs through eucalyptus bushlands.
For something different, you can swim under the waterfalls in Wattamolla. You can hire a canoe from the Audley Boatshed to paddle down Hacking River.
From May to November you could catch a glimpse of whales migrating north for the winter. If you are into riding cyclists can brave the 10km Loftus Loop Trail. For utter relaxation, you can and get out your picnic blanket for lunch at Ironbark Flat or Wattle.
The Royal National Park is 36km from the CBD. You can get there by car or take the train from Central to Otford.
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