Perched in Sutherland Shire in New South Wales, Royal National Park was established in 1872, being the second oldest national park in the world and the first official national park in Australia.
Distance – 41.9 km (1 hr)
An ancient site that is known to be millions of years old, The Blue Mountains is a formation of eroded sandstone and shales that were once inhabited by the Aboriginal community.
Distance – 62.3 km (2 hrs)
Nestled between the major cities of Sydney and Melbourne, Canberra is a beautifully crafted capital city of Australia that is packed with marvels that pull tourists from across the globe.
Distance – 285.9 km (3 hrs)
Known as the birthplace of Australian wine and affectionately called the Wine Country, Hunter Valley is renowned across the globe for its high-quality Shiraz and Semillon.
Distance – 244.1 km (2 hr)
Located 90 minutes away from Sydney, Southern Highlands is packed with heritage monuments, natural locations, and ancient landmarks.
Distance – 133.7 km (1.5 hrs)