A P-plater had his licence revoked on Wednesday after the vehicle he was driving was allegedly detected travelling 58km/h over the speed limit.
Sutherland Shire Police Area Command said an 18-year-old man was fined $2520, lost six demerit points and had his licence revoked following the alleged incident in the Royal National Park on Wednesday.
Police said the man was the holder of a P1 provisional licence, which is the first stage of the provisional licence.
Police allege a black Ford Focus was travelling along Sir Bertram Stevens Drive in the Royal National Park at about 5pm Wednesday when it was detected travelling up to 138km/h in a sign-posted 80km/h zone.
Officers attached to the Traffic Response Group stopped the vehicle before the driver was issued with a six-month mandatory driver's licence suspension notice and a traffic infringement notice for P1 driver exceed speed more than 45km/h.
Traffic Response Group Chief Inspector Bill Darnell said police would continue to target driver and rider behaviour within the Royal National Park.
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