Royal National Park

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.

Campgrounds

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Beaches

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Wattamolla Beach

The Picturesque Beach

A beach with a bit of everything including a waterfall, a creek, a dam and stunning views. Read More

Jibbon Beach

The Boaties Beach

Jibbon Beach has a stunning crescent shaped shoreline and is quite popular with boaties in summer who moor off of it. Read More

Garie Beach

The Surfers Beach

Garie Beach is a twenty minute drive from Bundeena and is popular among the surfing crowd. Read More

Bonnie Vale Beach

The Picnic Beach

Bonnie Vale beach adjoins a picnic area which has many shaded areas as well as camping, picnic tables and barbeque facilities. Read More

Bushwalks

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Jibbon Loop Track

Aboriginal Rock Engravings

A scenic bushwalk covering beaches, bush, sea cliffs and extensive Aboriginal Engravings. Read More

Deeban Spit

Striking Sand Spit

Started by humans and completed by nature Deeban Spit is a unique land formation. Read More