Adventure in Wollongong

There are plenty of opportunities for adventure around Wollongong, from surfing and swimming to sailing, hang gliding, paragliding, cycling and abseiling. Enjoy an unforgettable experience as you soar and skydive over Wollongong's spectacular beaches.

  • Wollongong Harbour
  • Wollongong beach

About Wollongong

Wollongong is the third largest city in New South Wales, located just one hour's drive south of Sydney on the South Coast. Travel to Wollongong via the F6 Southern Freeway and pause to admire the panoramic view of the city, its beaches and harbour from Bulli Pass Scenic Reserve. Alternatively, turn off at the Royal National Park and follow the scenic coastal drive, the Grand Pacific Drive, that winds its way along the coast  to Wollongong.

In a glorious natural setting, Wollongong is fringed by superb beaches, has alfresco dining, a brewery by the beach and plenty of accommodation options that makes it a great base for exploring the region.Things to do in and around Wollongong include skydiving onto the beach, hang-gliding or paragliding, Harley and Ferrari joy rides, and playing golf on a beachside course. Nearby Lake Illawarra offers a choice of sailing, waterskiing, canoeing and fishing. There are 60kms of cycleways along the coast, so hire a bike and explore Wollongong with the kids.

Don't miss Nan Tien Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere that's just 10 minutes drive from Wollongong. Wander through the pretty gardens, take a guided tour of the temple or stay overnight and experience a taste of the Buddhist way of life. The Wollongong City Gallery has one of the best regional art collections in NSW with a special focus on colonial and early Australian art, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and artefacts, contemporary art, and Asian artefacts.

Wollongong offers a wide variety of accommodation from hotels, bed & breakfasts and apartments to cabins, hostels and camping options. 

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