Beaches in Kiama
Kiama is a classic seaside town with great beaches and a sense of history. A coastal town, it's surrounded by pastures and forests.
- Saturday 22 February 2014 Kiama Rugby Sevens
Now in its 42nd yearggg
Kiama is famous for its blowhole. On the cliffs at Blowhole Point, waves surging into an underground cavity are compressed and forced upwards, exploding high into the air and accompanied by a loud 'oomph'. The strength varies according to the wind, waves and tides, and when it’s pumping, it always draws a crowd.
Situated on Blowhole Point adjacent to the Visitors Centre, the Pilot’s Cottage Museum tells the story of Kiama’s colourful past, from the time of the cedar cutters to the basalt quarrymen and dairy farmers. Kiama Terrace, the row of weatherboard cottages along Collins Street, was constructed in 1886 to house quarry workers and their families. Don’t miss the Kiama Lighthouse. Nearby, Gerringong and Shellharbour are worth a visit.
Family on beach, Kiama
Family walking along the beach, Kiama. Image Anson Smart
Blowhole Point rock pool
Man swimming in Blowhole Point rock pool. Image James Pipino
Children running to the beach from Kendalls on the Beach Holiday Park in Kiama. Image James Pipino
Kiama Coast Walk. Image credit: Kiama Tourism
Kiama Coastal Walk
Kiama Coast Walk spans 22km from Minnamurra to Werri Beach, Gerringong
Cargo's RestaurantCargo's Restaurant in Kiama. Footage courtesy of Sydney Weekender