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The Southern half of the Sydney area is rich in bushland and unspoiled coast and begins on the southern shores of Botany Bay extending to Kurnell and the Botany Bay National Park

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National Parks Assn of NSW

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based in Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia
NPA~Marine is the marine sector of the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA), a non-profit, non-government organisation working to improve the protection and understanding of NSW oceans
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