Captain Cook's Landing Place in Sydney

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You can stand on the rock where Captain Cook first stepped ashore, starting the process of European settlement. The landing place is also now next to a large oil refinery. There is a monument walk here, and an interpretive visitors centre. The area is never crowded with visitors, and many Sydneysiders have never visited. There are usually plenty of available and well maintained electric barbecues and picnic tables by the water. Buses can be a couple of hours apart so check the times. [http:
Price: There is a National Park Admission fee ($11/24hr) to drive into the Park. If you only want to visit
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Address: Captain Cook Drive, Kurnell
Directions: Over Captain Cook Bridge, and along Captain Cook Drive, or train to Cronulla station and a 987 bus to Kurnell
Url: http://www.whereculturesmeet.com.au/

Source wikitravel.org/en/Sydney/Sutherland Shire