The Cartophiles’ sixth day walk of the year takes us back to the National Heritage listed Kamay Botany Bay National Park, rich in both Aboriginal and European history to repeat a walk we did last June.
We start and finish at the Kurnell Visitor Centre and cover two walks. First is the very easy Burrawang Walk which passes several of the area’s historic sites, including Captain Cook’s Landing Place, and includes many interpretive signs outlining the park’s cultural and natural history.
After that we’ll explore the heath and the great views along the moderate-rated Cape Baily Track between the Visitor Center and the Cape Baily Lighthouse. This walk follows a mixture of service trails, bush tracks, rock platforms and sand dunes. Hopefully we’ll once again see some migrating whales offshore.
For more information see 2015 Walk 6 (Burrawang walk & Cape Baily Track) flyer.
To register for the walk, or to get more information, contact Kit Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org or on
0411 507 422.