First time land set aside for a National park

What is now Royal National Park, Australia, the land was set aside in 1879.

Date:
      1879
Location:
      Australia


Additional Information:

  • Royal National Park | NSW National Parks
    A day trip or school excursion to Royal National Park in Sydney’s south, will offer plenty of opportunities for barbecues, fishing, bushwalking, birdwatching and whale watching.
  • Royal National Park | Visitor info | NSW National Parks
    All the practical information you need to know about Royal National Park.
  • Royal National Park – Wikipedia
    The Royal National Park, is a protected national park that is located in Sutherland Shire, which is in the south of Sydney, New South Wales, in eastern Australia.
  • Royal National Park Sydney – Plan a Holiday – Beaches, Walks …
    One of the oldest national parks in the world, the Royal National Park is magnificent. Relax on beautiful beaches and explore wonderful bushwalking trails, discovering littoral rainforest, abundant wildlife and ancient Aboriginal heritage.
  • Royal National Park
    Royal National Park Australia was the country’s first official national park. Located in New South Wales, around thirty kilometres south of Sydney, ‘Nasho’, as the locals call it, was formally proclaimed on 26 April, 1879, making it second only to Yellowstone in the US as the world’s oldest national park.

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