The Royal National Park is the world’s second oldest national park and was established in 1879. It is home to a wide variety of terrain. beaches, flora and fauna, making it an attractive area for bushwalkers and visitors.
Camp Under the Falls
Nestled next to the most scenic waterfall in the Royal National Park is Uloola Falls bush campground.
Camp by the Ocean
Located along the rugged coastline of the Royal National Park is North Era campground.
Camping by the Beach
Bonnie Vale Campground is the largest campground in the Royal National Park with full facilities.
The Picturesque Beach
A beach with a bit of everything including a waterfall, a creek, a dam and stunning views.
The Boaties Beach
Jibbon Beach has a stunning crescent shaped shoreline and is quite popular with boaties in summer who moor off of it.
The Picnic Beach
Bonnie Vale beach adjoins a picnic area which has many shaded areas as well as camping, picnic tables and barbeque facilities.
The Surfers Beach
Garie Beach is a twenty minute drive from Bundeena and is popular among the surfing crowd.
One of Kind Rock Cliff
A stunning white rock shelf which has been formed over a thousand years.
Aboriginal Rock Engravings
A scenic bushwalk covering beaches, bush, sea cliffs and extensive Aboriginal Engravings.
Visit by Land or Water
An inland body of water surrounded by salt marshes and rocky overhangs.
Bundeena Historical Walk
A sign posted self-guided walk packed with interesting local facts.
A Wonder of Nature
A one of kind pool made by nature
Stunning Sister Beaches
A bushwalk with a bit of everything including beaches, lagoons and sand dunes!
Striking Sand Spit
Started by humans and completed by nature Deeban Spit is a unique land formation.