Sydney: The Royal National Park


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The Royal National Park is inland from the eastern coastline of Australia, just south of Sydney. It is characterised by coastal cliffs, secluded beaches and eucalyptus-rich bushland. The park is inhabited by kookaburras, lyre birds and echidnas. The Royal National Park was established in 1879 and spans 160 square kilometers. It is popular for picnics and family days out, bushwalkers and cyclists make the most of its many tracks and you can even go surfing here.


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