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  1. Flip Out Trampoline Arena

    Flip Out Trampoline Arena is Australia's first and largest trampoline playground for all ages, young and old.Flip Out Trampoline Arena is a new fun and exciting childhood fantasy come to life....

  2. 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...

  3. Wollongong Art Gallery

    Wollongong Art Gallery is a leading regional art gallery with an ongoing schedule of high quality exhibition, education and public programs. The gallery also manages an art collection of Contemporary, Aboriginal,...

  4. 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...

  5. Hapuku Fishing Charters

    Hapuku Fishing Charters is an icon of the charter fishing scene in Wollongong. A clean, comfortable and accommodating boat that has been operating from Wollongong Harbour since 1990. Hapuku is a 38' Randell...

  6. Mount Keira Ring Track

    Circling Mount Keira in an engaging loop, the ring track is a terrific setting for a casual hike or an energetic run. Expect to encounter a lush parade of forests and terrain, from cool sub-tropical bush to lofty red...

  7. 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...

  8. Fairy Meadow Beach

    Fairy Meadow Beach offers fantastic views south to Wollongong with distant views of the two light houses and harbour. It is a popular spot, especially for students being so close to the university...

  9. 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...

  10. Wollongong Comedy

    Wollongong Comedy is the longest running comedy room in the Illawarra providing you with the best of local, national and international acts.Wollongong Comedy runs a professional stand up comedy...

  11. 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...

  12. North Wollongong Beach

    Ideal for families, North Wollongong Beach has rock pools, wading areas, and good surf. There is plenty of grass, shade, and picnic booths. A children's playground is close by, and shops, cafes and...

  13. Nan Tien Temple

    Visit or stay at Nan Tien Temple, the largest Buddhist Temple in the Southern Hemisphere. Nan Tien is very different from most tourist attractions because there is so much on offer. The visual delights of grandeur...

  14. Alternative Fitness

    An innovative exercise program bringing the Australia's first cross-training classes on water! SUP-Fit takes Stand Up Paddle Boarding to the next level by bringing fitness and yoga together on the water....

  15. 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...

  16. Wollongong Golf Club

    Only an hour from Sydney, the Wollongong Golf Club is home to an 18 hole links golf course. It offers a selection of bars and function spaces, accommodation and an award winning restaurant, each of which has its own...

  17. 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...

  18. Corrimal Beach

    Corrimal Beach is 1.4 kilometres long and backed by fenced sand dunes, grassy reserves and caravan park. Holiday makers and local's alike enjoy this beach as it is long and private. A small lagoon...

  19. Australias Industry World

    Experience heavy industry with exclusive tours of the gigantic Port Kembla Steelworks and get up close and personal with the largest and most dynamic concentration of heavy industry in Australia....

  20. 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...

  21. Australian Motorlife Museum

    The Australian Motorlife Museum is dedicated to providing visitors with an insight into the history of motoring, through its showcase of historic vehicles and memorabilia and through their events, publications, and...

  22. Illawarra Performing Arts Centre

    The Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) is the region's premier performing arts complex, and is conveniently located in the Wollongong Arts Precinct. It is also home to The Social, a unique café and bar boasting...

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Attractions in Wollongong

Wollongong offers a great variety of beach activities, adventure sports and cultural experiences year-round.

Take in spectacular views of Wollongong’s coastline as you try tandem hang-gliding, or experience the thrill of freefall while skydiving.

Visit Lake Illawarra, a tranquil site that is a great location for fishing, boating or a game of outdoor cricket. Nearby, Reddall Reserve is another family-friendly location with a children’s playground and picnic amenities.

Located just 10 minutes outside of Wollongong city, Nan Tien Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere. Admire the temple’s stunning mix of eastern and western influences and explore the tranquil gardens and lotus ponds. Nan Tien also offers many spiritual experiences including self-development talks and Buddhist meditation retreats.

With spectacular beaches and fantastic attractions, Wollongong is a great destination for your next getaway.