2232 Sydney, Australia
Cronulla & the Sutherland Shire
tel: 61 2 9542 0648
fax: 61 2 9542 1420
NileGuide Expert tip:
Spending the night camping will give you plenty more time to soak in the nature.
Covering almost 37,000 acres of the southern coastline, the Royal National Park is Sydney's largest national park by far. To visit the Royal National Park it is less than an hour out of the city. Prepare for a full days outing as they park is enormous and there is so much to see and do. Whether you want to explore surf beaches, water holes and waterfalls, wildlife, or rainforest hikes, the possibilities are endless. If one day just isn't enough you can hire camp sites ad pitch a tent for the night, with more time up your sleeve you could even fit in a little canoeing or rowing which you can organise at the park centre. Explore the real Australian bush and rainforest with a full day or two of outdoor adventure and expirience first hand Australia's native flora and fauna as well as some amazing untouched surf beaches.
Farnell Avenue, tel. 61 2 9542 0648
Trent van der Jagt, Sydney Local Expert