Go to Top

Home

Welcome to the Friends of the Royal Website

Friends of the Royal ....... About our Park: Sydney’s National Heritage listed Royal National Park was established in 1879 making it the world’s second oldest national park. Along with unique heritage attractions, it also features many fascinating plants, birds and animals. Perfect for bushwalking, cycling, surfing, picnicking or whale watching this diverse park offers everything from beaches to rainforest. Located near Sutherland within an hour’s drive from both the Sydney CBD and Wollongong, the 16,000ha Royal National Park is like a big beautiful backyard. Whether you come for a morning jog or camping holiday, you’ll discover something new each time. Royal National Park is known for its diverse range of environments, more than most natural areas of its size in the southern hemisphere. This natural haven includes open ocean, sandstone cliffs, wetlands, grassy woodland, rainforests, coastal heathland and eucalypt forests.” Source: OEH

Participate

See Royal Coast Track Maintenance under the "Volunteer" page plus other volunteering activities. You're also welcome to attend our bi-monthly meetings, walks in the park, presentations and other special events.

More..

Donate

Help protect this national treasure for generations to come with your tax-deductible donation. A series of donation projects is currently being developed with the Royal Management Team and will be published shortly. Contact the Friends Treasurer to make your donation.

Become a Member

Membership offers some great discounts on activities, from our online shop and more.

More...

Latest News

Protecting our Natural Heritage – Seminar and Expo

Sunday March 20, 2016 – Sunday March 20, 2016
Stapleton Avenue Community Centre (just around the corner from the Library, opposite Council car park), Stapleton Ave., Sutherland, 2232
Map and Directions | Register
Description:Speakers to include:

Atticus Fleming, CEO, Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Dr Jody Gunn, Executive Manager, SE, Bush Heritage Australia

Dr Deborah Nias,

Read More

Track work under-way

Several sectors of the Coast Track and now being worked on by a variety of groups of Friends. Sector 8 Group were working near Eagle Rock today and here are some before and after shots, as well as a Scaevola ramosissima commonly called the Purple Fan Flower or Snake Flower found under some of

Read More