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Banks-Solander track is a 0.7km, grade 2 Circuit hike located in the Kamay Botany Bay National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 30mins to complete.
Banks-Solander track highlights the important botanical value of Kamay Botany Bay National Park.
Many of Australia’s plants were first collected and described in the area by Cook’s botanists, Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander, in 1770. The track features informative panels showcasing numerous plant types that fascinated Banks and Solander more than 240 years ago.
Starting at the Kurnell Visitor Centre, this well-maintained track offers an easy 700m walk past eucalypts, banksias and ferns.
Banks-Solander track is a self-guided walk, so you can take as long as you like to complete it. It branches off from Yena trail, so continue on if you prefer a longer walk.
Take a virtual tour of Banks-Solander track, captured with Google Street View Trekker.
About the Region
Kurnell area of Kamay Botany Bay National Park in the Sydney and surrounds region
7am-7.30pm August to May. 7am-5.30pm June to July. Areas may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Monday to Friday, 10am to 3.30pm. Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, 9.30am to 4pm. Closed Christmas holiday.
Banks-Solander track starts at Kurnell Visitor Centre in the Kurnell precinct of Kamay Botany Bay National Park. To get there:Follow Captain Cook Drive towards KurnellAt the T intersection turn left and take the next right in to Cape Solander DriveThe visitor centre is on the left a short way after entering the park Parking Parking is available at Kurnell Visitor Centre, including several designated disabled parking spots.
Banks-Solander track links to Cape Baily track and Yena trail if you feel like a longer walk.
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.