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Botany Bay is beautiful and unique, we walked with the kids from Kyeemagh which is the start of the bayside walk all the way to Dolls Point. You must get on this track whether it’s by bike, car or on foot. On foot or bike...More
Botany Bay was a lovely place with plenty nice little restaurants inside and out for whatever you fancy, a little snack. A full meal or just a drink.
My first impression from the views were great there were wonderful sights of trees,mountains,clear blue oceans and...More
We picked this place today to avoid crowd in the Royal National Park. There are many walking tracks of different length. We did the Botany Bay to Cape Bailey Lighthouse. The rock formations were very interesting, great geography lesson for the kids. The views of...More
We stopped off to enjoy a pizza from the local take-away and a wander around the rock pools on the foreshore.
We enjoyed a wander through the free La Perouse Museum on the headland on the northern shore of Botany Bay.
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Botany Bay was where Captain Cook first landed in Australia and if alternative history was to happen, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge could have been located here instead. However that never happened because the first penal fleet thought the Botany Bay was a...More
On the north side of Botany Bay is La Perouse and Bare Island, on the south side of the bay is Kurnell, Silver Beach, Cape Solander and Captain Cook's landing spot. On the west side of the bay is Brighton Le Sands, restaurants and it's...More
Stopped into the national park for the afternoon and had a wander beside the golf course. There is a small cemetery with some history of local nurses, if that takes your fancy. Nice to do on a sunny day.
There is not a listing for the Botany Bay National Park that includes Congwong Bay, Henry Head and Cape Banks. There is a very well maintained coastal walking track from La Parouse to Little Bay around the north headland of Botany Bay. Superb ocean views,...More
I know the area really well and I am quite sure what you speak of doesn't exist.
I guess Simona is correct in that it must be in Kent, England.
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Travel Forum Posts
possible trip plan (13 Replies)
Hi to all and many thanks for answers earlier this year. These answers plus many forum visits have helped me to plan as follows.I would be grateful for any comments as I may well be spending too much or too little in some places and I am flexible. Do not want to rush--no night driving.Have made no plans yet for Whitsunday sails--not a good sailor or swimmer and am asthmatic.Wish to travel free and easy and find accommodation as go along but do feel I should book a halfway stop in advance just...More
August 04, 2007|
Glasshouse Mountains 4 overnights--(City, Zoo,Mt. Tambourine) Southport overnight Yamba overnight Coffs Harbour overnight port McQuarrie 2 overnights Nelson Bay overnight 20th Jan you've given yourself plenty of time to see the coast...which is great if that is your intention
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom
Second Hand Bicycles or Cycle Hire in Sydney (4 Replies)
Hi, Iwill be over in Sydney in November for 3 weeks and want to use a bicycle. There doesn't seem to be much out there in terms of of bicycle hire, so am thinking of getting a second hand bike. Does anyone know if there is any outlets for seconhand bikes? I know there is e-bay, but if there was a business or charity around I'd be keen to know. Likewise if anyone knows a current cycle hire set up that would be great. Will be located near Botany Bay, but location in Sydney not too much of an...More
June 27, 2017|
Thanks for this info, most useful. I thought I had already responded to this so apologies for getting back so late.
New Year's Eve (6 Replies)
We will be staying in Botany Bay over New Years. Travelling from Canada, arriving Dec 30th. We want to know if there is a good location to watch Harbour Bridge fireworks, relatively close to there. Something informal, easy to get to and from. Appreciate any suggestions. Bea
May 10, 2016|
Whereabouts will you be at Botany Bay? It's a large bay and not close to Sydney Harbour, you will have to travel to see the fireworks.