Royal National Park
2 Lady Carrington Drive, Royal National Park, NSW, 2232
Phone: 1300 072 757
Hours: 7 am to 8.30 pm | Park entry fees apply.
The heritage- listed Royal National Park is established in 1879, it’s the world's second-oldest national park and the oldest national park in Australia. It features unique heritage attractions, along with fascinating plants, birds, and animals. Perfect for bushwalking, skydiving, cycling, surfing, picnicking, or whale watching, this diverse park offers everything from beaches to rainforest.
For sightseeing, there are famous Figure 8 Pools, Wedding Cake Rock and the breath-taking Sea Cliff Bridge.
There are also several beaches along the coast, and Garie and Wattamolla Beach are both popular swimming spots, particularly in summer.
The recently renovated Audley Dance Hall Café is also located in the park, next to the Visitor Centre. You can also wander over to Audley Boat Shed and rent a boat to paddle on the Audley Weir.
Royal National Park Visitor Centre offers excellent tourist information as well a walking track map. For more information, please click here.