SYDNEY'S SOUTH COAST & ROYAL NATIONAL PARK
Heading south we take our guests to Australia's first national park, which was established in 1879 and explore Sydney's stunning south coastline.
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The first fleet of Settlers arrived at Botany Bay in 1788.
Royal National Park
Heading south we take our guests to Australia’s first national park, which was established in 1879 and explore Sydney’s stunning south coastline.
The Audley Boatshed
Established 1893. Surrounded by thick rain forest. The perfect place to hire a row boat or canoe and explore the waterways of Kangaroo Creek and the Hacking River.
The Varney Bridge
The Varney Bridge, built in 1879 is still in use today.
Admire beautiful rock formations and water reflections at Kangaroo Creek.
Wattamolla waterfall and beach, one of the most stunning spots in the world.
We continue our journey through lush forests to Governor and Lawrence Hargrave lookout points.
Sea Cliff Bridge
Hugging the coast we cross Sea Cliff Bridge to the quaint village of Scarborough, where we stop for lunch.
South Coast Drive
After lunch we continue south along the coast to visit the Nan Tien Temple near Wollongong and the Blowhole in Kiama.
Nan Tien Temple
A Buddhist temple complex and award winning tourist attraction set amidst beautiful landscaped gardens.
The main Kiama Blowhole was discovered by George Bass on his voyage of coastal exploration during December 1797.
Kiama’s Historic Terrace Houses
Originally built for the local quarry workers in 1886. Currently a unique selection of Shops.