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Botany Bay

| In the Botony Bay National, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Sydney Harbour Whale Watching Sightseeing Tour via Helicopter and Sailing Yacht
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“bare island” (5 reviews)
“la perouse” (4 reviews)
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| In the Botony Bay National, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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1 - 10 of 28 reviews

Reviewed 3 October 2017

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

Thank Agro_Sydney
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

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.

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

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

Thank NeJ1975
Reviewed 10 April 2017

wide open spaces, gorgeous weather, clean air, crashing waves, sea & wind sculpted sceneries.... what's not to like?

Thank DannyToh
Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

I did snorkeling at here and I could see some tiny fishes who were very colorful and pretty!! :) good for relaxing on the weekend.

Thank 승인 최
Reviewed 14 December 2016

Botany Bay holds one of Sydney's best kept secrets, as Captain Cook discovered in 1770. Beautiful white powder-sand beaches that stretch for miles - the cool, calm, clean waters make this one of the best swimming beaches I have seen. My husband and I took...More

1  Thank Barbi H
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

Visited this lovely place that has history with Captain Cook first landing. The penal colony an a must for anyone interested in history I loved it.

Thank Terri T
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Botany Bay can be eerily beautiful at dusk, particularly on warmer evenings. Taking a walk along the cliffs and watching the sun set is an experience in itself but particularly beautiful at Botany Bay. There are small tracks and some safe places on the rocky...More

Thank sunfiction
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Just spent the day, 18th of August, cruising around the bay and Harbour with a great couple of people,,,Neil and Dory and Michael and nick and Richard. Great boat, great views, absolutely fantastic. Thankyou

1  Thank Russ F
Reviewed 14 August 2016

You can enjoy some great views around Botany Bay of the city skyline and also of aeroplanes coming and going to Sydney Airport.

Thank tracey k
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Bare Grill Cafe
52 reviews
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Cook at Kurnell
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Piccola Baia
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Sunny's
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4.67 km away
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Cape Solander
32 reviews
1.30 km away
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Westfield Eastgardens
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Carol T
14 November 2016|
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Response from Dick_Reedy |
Hi Carol, 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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