Royal National Park

Summary

Royal National Park is Australia's first national park, and the third in the world. Located just south of Sydney in Sutherland Shire it is situated on Dharawal country. Originally named just National Park, it was renamed in 1955 after Queen Elizabeth II passed by in a train.

Parent Regions

Medium
11 km one-way
3.5 hrs

Uloola Track

Starting and ending at railway stations, this walk ventures into central Royal National Park along a well maintained bush track. The walk goes via a beautiful set of waterholes and rock flats at Karloo Pools. The walk continues to the peaceful campsite at Uloola Falls and then along a service trail, to Waterfall Railway Station.

Easy
3 km return
1 hr

Winifred Falls Track

This short walk along the fire trail takes you down the Winifred Falls.