Botany Bay is in Australia.
Botany Bay is in New South Wales.
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yes they travelled from portsmouth to botany bay
The distance from Botany Bay to Port Jackson is about 8km.
Jim Jones at Botany Bay was created in 1907.
Yes. Botany Bay was, and is, in New South Wales.
The area of City of Botany Bay is 22 square kilometers.
Botany Bay - song - was created in 1885.
Botany Bay is now still called Botany Bay. Originally intended as the site for the colony of New South Wales, Botany Bay proved unsuitable for the purpose, so it should not be confused with Port Jackson, the site where Sydney was first established. However, because of the expansion of Sydney, Botany Bay is now part of the city of Sydney. The first name for Botany Bay was Stingray Harbour.
Botany Bay is a bay in New South Wales, a few kilometers south of the Sydney. Botany Bay was the site of James Cook's first landing of HMS Endeavour on the continent of Australia.
None. The convicts did not settle at Botany Bay, but at Port Jackson.
Botany Bay National Park was created on 1984-11-23.
The area of Botany Bay National Park is 4,560,000.0 square meters.
Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet of convicts landed at Botany Bay (but did not stay there) in 1788.
Botany Bay was given that name by Joseph Banks, the famed scientists and botanist who travelled with James Cook between 1768 and 1771. Banks was impressed by all the new species of flora and collected many new botanical specimens at Botany Bay - hence the name. Originally James Cook named the bay Stingray Harbour.
The New South Wales capital of Sydney has now expanded to Botany Bay, but Sydney did not have its origins there. Botany Bay was unsuitable for settlement, so Sydney was first established on the shores of Port Jackson.
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Botany Bay is located about 8 km south of Port Jackson, where Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, lies.
The bay was named by Cook and Sir Joseph Banks ...
Initially, Botany Bay was named Stingray Harbour (not "Bay"). The name was changed in the same year Cook discovered it - 1770. His ship's log from May 1770 recorded the name "Stingray Harbour", but when he transcribed his logs into his journal shortly afterwards, he changed the name to Botany Bay.
James Cook (not yet a captain) did not name Botany Bay after any of his companions. Botany Bay was so named because of the many varieties of new plant life that botanist Sir Joseph Banks noted.
Botany Bay's original name, as given by James Cook, was "Stingray Harbour". It was later changed to "Botany Bay" because of the many new and unique plant species that Cook's botanists (Sir Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander) found, classified and catalogued there.
James Cook was killed by natives in Hawaii in 1779. Botany Bay had not even been settled by Europeans yet.
James Cook originally called Botany Bay Stingray Harbour.The name Botany Bay was suggested by Joseph Banks, the famed scientists and botanist who travelled with James Cook between 1768 and 1771. Banks was impressed by all the new species of flora and collected many new botanical specimens at Botany Bay - hence the name change.