Grade

Easy to Moderate

What’s it like?

Details

Distance 8km return

When you visit the southern area of Sydney’s Kamay-Botany Bay National Park, you’ll see why Kurnell Peninsula headland was included in the National Heritage List in 2004. With walking tracks and superb whale watching opportunities, Kurnell is also home to some of NSW’s most significant heritage sites and many species of native birds. Experience a vast array of environments including sand dunes, hanging swaps, rock platforms and dense heath. The Bailey lighthouse is a highlight and a great rest stop. There are also city views from the top of the sand dunes.