Sydney Australia
Sydney Australia -> NSW Tourist Guide -> Australia Attractions -> Sydney -> Where to Go South Sydney Attractions

Botany Bay, South Sydney
Photo: Botany Bay, South Sydney

Where to Go South Sydney Attractions

See the Map of Greater Sydney and Surrounds.

Name Attraction Extra Info Address

Botany Bay National Park

Botany Bay National Park has a rich history and was the initial meeting place between Aboriginal and European culture in 1770. At Kurnell check out the Discovery Centre for good historical displays of the meeting between the Endeavour crew of Captain Cook and the local Aborigines. At La Perouse there is the Bare Island Fort and at Cape Solander there is a chance to see whales in their seasonal migrations north or south.

Botany Bay National Park

Phone 9311 3379.

Kurnell

NSW
2231

Discovery Centre

The new Discovery Centre, part of the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences.

Discovery Centre

Phone
+61 2 9217 0222

Castle Hill

NSW
2231

La Perouse Museum

Near the site where Captain Cook first landed at Botany Bay in Jan 1788 and a day later the French explorer Comte de Laperouse arrived. There are exhibitions and artefacts on Australian history. You can take tours of Bare Island Fort, a defense complex set up to protect Botany Bay from sea incursions.

La Perouse Museum

Phone 9311 3379. Open Wed to Sunday 10am to 4pm, except Christmas Day and Good Friday.

Cable Station, Anzac Parade
La Perouse

NSW
2036

Name Attractions Extra Info Address

Meroogal

Meroogal, in the South coast town of Nowra, was built in 1885-1886. This delightful timber house, with its "gothic" trimmings, is a charming testament to early days and early ways. By guided tour only. Tours depart on the hour.

Meroogal

 

Cnr West & Worrigee Streets
Nowra

NSW
2541

Royal National Park

The first National Park and second in the world after Yellowstone in the USA. Offers over 100 kms of walking tracks, with a 26km coastal walk with stunning headland views, beautiful beaches and rainforest valleys.

Royal National Park

Access is 32km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway.

Audley

NSW
2232

Sydney Tramway Museum

Shoot through on a Bondi tram! or Take the tram with PARKLINK to the Royal National Park! Australia’s oldest tramway museum (founded in 1950) and the largest in the southern hemisphere.

Sydney Tramway Museum

Phone 02 9542 3646

Royal National Park
Loftus.

NSW
2232

Find Australia Hotels.

 

Search the Australia Tourist Guide

Sydney Australia -> NSW Tourist Guide -> Australia Attractions -> Sydney -> Where to Go South Sydney Attractions

Cronulla Beaches South Sydney.
Photo: Cronulla Beaches South Sydney.

Australia Tourist Guide -> Contact Page - Privacy Statement - © 2017 IA Connections - Sitemap