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  1. Wodi Wodi Walking Track

    This is a 6.5 kilometre track, named after the original Custodians that lived along the Illawarra coast. The track has been designed to provide a comfortable one day circular trip, starting at Stanwell Park Station....

  2. Coalcliff Beach

    Coalcliff is located 24 kilometres north of the Wollongong city centre. This is a small beach in the northern suburbs, surrounded by rocks and cliffs. It is also a popular fishing spot. There is a...

  3. Project Contemporary Artspace

    Project Contemporary Artspace, is a not-for-profit, artist run initiative operated entirely by volunteers. It was originally opened in 1995 by three local graduate artists who recognised there was no existing space...

  4. Port Kembla Beach

    Port Kembla Beach is regarded as one of Wollongong's most prestigious beaches. It is located approximately 11 kilometres south of Wollongong.The surf club was established in 1910, with bathing at...

  5. Bellambi Beach

    Bellambi Beach is at the southern end of a two kilometre stretch of beach and is backed by a reserve with distant mountain views. The beach is extremely popular for fishing with the boat ramp and small harbour near...

  6. Cawleys Road trail

    Need a place to head out hiking or go mountain biking? Cawleys Road trail starts just off the old highway near Helensburgh and heads through low, open forest filled with scribbly gums, banksias and waratahs. It’s a...

  7. Werrong Beach Track

    Only an hour south of Sydney, take a walk along Werrong Beach track in Royal National Park. Taking you to Werrong Beach, a designated nude beach, it’s perfect for those who like their nature ‘a la naturelle’. Although...

  8. Hill 60 Lookout

    Hill 60 Lookout is reached via a narrow but well formed established walking track and offers spectacular views up and down the coast line. A series of post and rail guards can be found at this interesting and...

  9. Symbio Wildlife Park

    If it's a wildlife experience you are after, from seeing a rare Sumatran tiger feeding, cuddling up to a koala or hand feeding a kangaroo - Symbio really does get you closer! Enjoy the many shows...

  10. Red Cedar Flat Picnic Area

    Near Otford and in the southern section of Royal National Park, rustic Red Cedar Flat picnic area is an ideal no-fuss lunch spot. Whether you’re on a leisurely car tour of the park, or prepping for an adventure, you...

  11. Flip Out North Wollongong

    Flip Out Trampoline Arena is Australia's first and largest trampoline playground. First opened in Penrith, Flip Out aims to give you healthy and awesome fun through their massive trampolines, ball games, and events...

  12. Illawarra Grevillea Park

    The Illawarra Grevillea Park is arguably the best of its kind in Australia. Just walking through the gates invites a feeling of getting back to nature. Set against the backdrop of the stunning Illawarra escarpment,...

  13. Illawarra Live Steamers

    Illawarra Live Steamers runs miniature trains giving the young at heart train rides on the fourth Sunday of the month (except December). There is a small fee for the train ride which lasts five - seven minutes...

  14. Robertson lookout

    This easily accessible lookout on the edge of the escarpment offers a scenic take on the area. Standing on the wooden viewing platform, the splendid Mount Keira looms in the centre of the amazing view, but you’re...

  15. Hangdog Climbing Gym

    Hangdog has over a 140 different climbs on 40 ropes, offering a great range of climbs from easy to extremely challenging. Hangdog teaches you how to belay (hold and control the rope) your partner...

  16. Wollongong Town Hall

    Merrigong Theatre Company manages the Wollongong Town Hall which is the city's key civic and community venue and is located within Wollongong's Arts Precinct. It comprises four meeting and performance spaces...

  17. Scarborough Beach

    Situated in the small northern coast town of Scarborough, this small beach offers fantastic views of the coastline and the cliffs that lie above. There are parklands close by for families to use for picnicking....

  18. Illawarra Rhododendron Gardens

    In 1968 the search for a suitable site revealed a quiet valley, 229 to 274 metres above sea level at Mt. Pleasant under the north eastern summit of Mt. Keira. This land was owned by Australian Iron and Steel and then...

  19. Bulli Beach

    This picturesque beach is 900 metres long, backed by sand dunes and a large parkland area ideal for family picnics and gatherings. This beach proves to be popular as the nearby caravan park houses many visitors all...

  20. Kellys Falls Picnic Area

    Water cascades over the rocks and drops into a pool, providing a relaxing soundtrack to your lunch at Kellys Falls picnic area, a beautiful spot to get back to nature. From this picnic area, you can walk up to one of...

  21. Byarong Park Picnic Area

    Nestled in the Mount Keira foothills, this leafy picnic spot offers a terrific place to fire up the barbecue on a summer’s day. Its convenient location close to Wollongong, and great facilities make it a favourite for...

  22. Mount Kembla Ring Track

    Mount Kembla is a significant Aboriginal site for the Wodi Wodi people, featuring in many of their creation stories. The impressive natural landmark also acts as a dramatic backdrop for the Ring track, with lush...

  23. Sublime Point Walking Track

    Sublime Point walking track is one of the iconic treks of the Illawarra escarpment, and a challenging walk through lush coastal rainforest to the plateau above with incredible scenic views. The steep climb is ideal...

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