Royal National Park was proclaimed in 1879. It is Australia’s oldest national Park and the world’s second oldest.
This large Park is located 29km south of Sydney. It stretches from Bundeena in the north to Otford in the south.
The Royal National Park contains a large variety of terrain and habitats, including: heathland, rainforest, sclerophyll forest, mangroves, beaches, rock platforms and pools. There are many different types of plants and animals living within the park.
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