Welcome to Point Nepean National Park
The national park is known for its stunning coastal scenery and features a number of lovely walks and cycling paths. A large section of the park is a former range area and still out of bounds due to unexploded ordnance.
You can visit its Fort Nepean, as well at the fascinating historic Quarantine Station precinct. Dating from 1852, this complex was used to quarantine passengers right until 1979; today it's a museum with interesting displays detailing its history, along with some 50 heritage buildings to explore, including the Hospital and Wash House.