Kamay Botany Bay National Park
Community & Stakeholder Engagement Plan
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Kamay is the Indigenous name for Botany Bay, the place where the James Cook expedition landed in 1770, claiming Australia for the British Empire, and irrevocably altering the lives and futures of the Aboriginal people of this place. Now, planning for 2020 is underway, the 250th anniversary of this moment in time and all that has flowed from it.
Context led the community engagement as a Master Plan was shaped, and a new Plan of Management for the whole park was written.
Chris Johnston guided the Context project team, just as she did back in 2008 when Context prepared a Conservation Management Plan for The Meeting Place Precinct (Kamay Botany Bay National Park).