What is the postcode for Botany Bay Kent?

What is the postcode for Botany Bay Kent?

Parking is advised at Palm Bay Avenue, where there are over 200 free parking spaces, (CT9 3PP) for Palm Bay beach and a short cliff top walk to Botany Bay.

Where in Kent is Botany Bay?

Botany Bay is the northernmost of seven bays in the popular Kent resort of Broadstairs. This sandy beach is deservedly popular with clean sands and a Blue Flag award for water quality.

How do you get to Botany Bay Kent?

Botany Bay Beach is accessible by both car and public transport. By Car: Botany Bay Beach is located approx 80 miles from central London via the A201, A2 and M2. The approx journey time is 1 hours to 45 minutes to 2 hours 15 minutes depending on traffic, route and time of day.

Can you swim in Botany Bay?

Botany Bay, Kent This is the most northerly of Broadstairs’s beaches, and perhaps the prettiest – a 660ft curve of sand backed by white cliffs, with chalk stacks, rock pools and safe swimming.

Can you BBQ on Botany Bay?

Not allowed. Beach warden patrols occasionally. You might be lucky. Be prepared to pony up £100 or so if he wanders by.

Are public toilets open in Herne Bay during lockdown?

In Herne Bay, St George’s 24 hour facility (near Herne Bay Cemetary), Hampton Pier, Herne Bay Cemetery, William Street, War Memorial Park, Bandstand Outer, Hampton Pleasure, King’s Hall, Reculver and Westcliff facilities are all open, while Herne Village and Bandstand Inner toilets are shut.

What to do in Botany Bay, Kent?

Botany Bay, Kent had been on my destination list for some time and with its award winning beaches and stunning white cliffs it’s a perfect family destination. The cliffs were the highlight of our trip and once we had discovered the smugglers caves, we just had to explore them.

Where is the source of Botany Bay in Australia?

Botany Bay, an open oceanic embayment, is located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 13 km (8 mi) south of the Sydney central business district. Its source is the confluence of the Georges River at Taren Point and the Cooks River at Kyeemagh, which flows 10 km (6 mi) to the east before meeting its mouth at…

What was the history of Botany Bay Thanet?

Please check for availability. Botany Bay is linked with the history of smugglers. In 1769 smuggler Joss Snelling and his gang were caught with contraband on the beach by the Revenue Patrol, after a fierce fight Joss escaped. Joss survived to become an old man, who was introduced to Princess Victoria on a visit to the area.

When is it safe to go to Botany Bay?

When the tide is out, Botany bay is a great location for fossil hunting and exploring rock pools. There is plenty of exposed sand to enjoy when the tide is in, but due to the bay’s shape the ends are cut off at high tide. There is a dog ban in place from 1st May until 30th September, when dogs are not permitted between 10am to 6pm. Be Beach Safe.