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Port Botany: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Bare Island


In 1885 concerned British colonists thought an invasion from Russians was imminent. Bare Island Fort was built to protect "Sydney's back door"- Botany Bay - thus settling the minds of the early settlers.

Enter a world of military pride, shocking scandals and hidden secrets. The big guns will come out to impress you on this tour!

You may recognise Bare Island as the location for some thrilling action sequences in a well know movie... visit to find out more!

On Sundays The Bare Island Fort is open for guided tours. Tickets can be purchased prior to the tour from the La Perouse Museum. Bookings are essential. For group bookings over 20 people, please contact the National Parks and Wildlife Service.

There are parking and picnic areas on the mainland at La Perouse monuments. Wedding ceremonies are also permitted on site. Additional fees and conditions apply.





Anzac Parade
La Perouse, NSW, 2036

Located 2.5K from Port Botany

La Perouse Museum


Located within the Botany Bay National Park, the La Perouse Museum and Visitors Centre stands on the site of the first landing of the First Fleet in January 1788, followed days later by the French explorer comte de Laperouse. The museum has exhibitions on Australian history and La Perouse community heritage as well.




Botany Bay National Park,
Anzac Parade
La Perouse, NSW, 2036

Located 2.5K from Port Botany

St. Michael's Golf Club


St. Michael's Golf Club stands amongst Australia's best golf courses.

With a location immersed within the Botany Bay National Parkland, adjoining the Pacific Ocean, course designer's Glancey and Moran (1938) had visions of designing a tough championship links course, without disturbing the natural terrain and beauty of the Little Bay peninsula (par 72).

Today St. Michael's has evolved as one of Australia's few environmentally aware golf links by implementing specific programs aimed at protecting resources, flora and fauna. The objective is to reduce their carbon footprint, protect the endangered species of the region and to be responsible for the way in which they function as a golfing business.




Jennifer Street
Little Bay, NSW, 2036

Located 2.5K from Port Botany

Randwick Golf


Randwick Golf Course is a 3,545 metre par 59 links style course overlooking the picturesque Pacific Ocean. The course is an easy walk and a round will take four hours to play. The course is open to the public all day on Monday and Friday, and afternoons for the remainder of the week.

Enjoy stunning panoramic views of Malabar Beach at the Bay Window Restaurant, serving contemporary Australian cuisine, under the direction of local chef Nik Eberhardt.

The team at Bay Window offer a wide range of event solutions, from three course set menus for large groups to stylish cocktail parties. Offering a bright location for staging the perfect wedding day, engagement party or any other celebration.




Howe Street
Malabar, NSW, 2036

Located 2.6K from Port Botany

The Coast Golf Course


The Coast Golf Club and course is situated approximately 12 kilometres south of Sydney along Anzac Parade, and eight kilometres east of the airport.

Situated along the rugged Southern Sydney coastline, the Coast Golf Course is open to the elements and can play differently from one hour to the next. The course is a par 70 oceanfront links that surrounds Little Bay, Sydney's southernmost City Beach. Uniquely there are ocean views from every hole.

Public play is permitted on the course seven days per week outside of member's competition times. Weekly Friday and Tuesday Open competitions are available for Affiliated handicap holders.

The Club has a fleet of modern Club Car Precedent electric carts for hire. Large groups and corporate days are available from Monday to Wednesday.

The club boasts a popular and well regarded restaurant with spectacular views across the golf course, Little Bay and along the coastal sea-cliffs.





1 Coast Hospital Road
Little Bay, NSW, 2036

Located 3.0K from Port Botany

Bonnie Doon Golf Course


Founded in 1897, Bonnie Doon is considered one of Sydney's best golf courses. It is the city's third-oldest golf club and one of the oldest in Australia. Located only 15 minutes from the city and five minutes from Sydney's international airport, the golf course at Bonnie Doon enjoys championship and Group One status. Slick greens, many with pronounced undulations, have long been recognised as among the best putting surfaces in NSW. Elevated tees and greens with sweeping views of the city are key features of the course design, as are the sand hills which bring unique challenges to many of the holes.

Whether you want to enjoy a drink with your playing partners after a round of golf or host a special occasion, Bonnie Doon's heritage-listed clubhouse provides the perfect environment. As a multi-award winning wedding venue, they can cater for all kinds of events and celebrations.





Banks Avenue
Pagewood, NSW, 2035

Located 3.1K from Port Botany

East Lake Golf Course


Unlike its neighbouring courses, Eastlake Golf Club is not a private Club and is open to members and the community.

The course is set amongst Sydney's Botany Wetlands and in recent years this golf club has transformed in multiple ways to become one of the city's best value and most respected golf courses.

Designed on two narrow strips of land characterised by sandy soil, wetlands and flat sections mixed with undulations, the course sidles past its more vaunted golf neighbours in an inconspicuous fashion. Moderate at 5,881 metres Eastlake's par 72 layout hides some of its distance in elevation changes where you have to think if taking the "big dog" out of the bag is the best option.

Eastlake offers great food and beverage options in the Clubhouse and on the course. They have a fully stocked bar with specials that offer you great value all year round.




Gardeners Road,
Corner Isaac Smith Street
Kingsford, NSW, 2032

Located 4.5K from Port Botany

Port Botany: Events

Murray Rose Malabar Magic Ocean Swim


The Murray Rose Malabar Magic Ocean Swim is the key annual fundraising event for non-profit charity Rainbow Club Australia, supporting children with disabilities learning to swim and be safe in the water.

The Magic includes a one kilometre swim starting at 9am, and a 2.4 kilometre swim starting at 10am, with both races starting and finishing on the beach in the protected waters of Malabar Bay. Registrations from 7am on the day, entertainment, prizes and refreshments available for a fun family day out!

Known as one of Sydney's friendliest swims, around 1,000 swimmers are expected for The Magic, which is part of the Fine Ocean Swimmers Series.

The Magic is the only ocean swim event in NSW that offers a Swimmer with a Disability Award as part of the event.

To register to swim, sponsor a swimmer, or make a donation, please visit the website.

See you at The Magic!


Event Dates
2017
      19th Feb


Malabar Beach,
Fishermans Road
Malabar, NSW, 2036

Located 2.5K from Port Botany

Blak Markets


Held on the first Sunday of every month, this Aboriginal festival of song, dance and food features a wide range of authentic Aboriginal stalls as well as workshops such as spear-making, shellwork and bush-tucker cooking. There will also be 'Catch and Cook Kids' fishing in the afternoon.

Stalls at the markets include Aboriginal designed clothes, jewellery, artwork, dream catchers, bush tucker foods, spices and paintings.

The program is part of a new social enterprise aimed at injecting funds into local Aboriginal communities, and providing Sydney with the opportunity to learn ancient skills and crafts direct from traditional Aboriginal teachers.

Program for the day and workshop bookings can be done at the website.




Anzac Parade,
Bare Island
La Perouse, NSW, 2036

Located 2.5K from Port Botany

NSW Pro Surf Series: Carve Pro


Promising professional surfers from all over the world can look forward to four new World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) 1000 events, when the NSW Pro Surf Series kicks off on the NSW coastline in early 2017.

Thanks to a successful partnership between Surfing NSW, WSL, Destination NSW and NBN Television, four events (male and female) are slated to take place at Maroubra Beach, Cabarita Beach, Avoca Beach and Boomerang Beach over the next three years.

This event the "Carve Pro" is the first stop of the NSW Pro Surf Series kicking off in Sydney.

The NSW Pro Surf Series has been developed for Australian and International surfers to gain ranking points and prize money on the WSL Qualifying Series. The Series also creates a NSW coastal road trip for all to explore the variety of waves, visit local communities and enjoy NSW surfing culture.


Event Dates
2017
      19th Jan
      20th Jan
      21st Jan
      22nd Jan


Maroubra Beach,
Marine Parade
Maroubra, NSW, 2035

Located 3.5K from Port Botany

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