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  1. Pilots Cottage Museum

    Step into Kiama's past and discover the maritime and regional museum. Built in 1881, the restored Pilot's Cottage provides information on history relating to shipping, the cedar industry and bassalt quarries in the Region. The Pilot's Cotta…

  2. Twogulls Art Studio/Gallery

    Two Gulls Art Studio/Gallery is a home based Art Studio operated by the Principal Artists in Residence Ken and Cornelia Tucker. Ken and Cornelia have been professional Arts Practitioners in Kiama for the past eight years. Unique Artworks…

  3. Minnamurra River

    Kiama's coastline is broken significantly twice - at its northern and southern boarders. In the north, Minnamurra River does the honours - a popular swimming spot and home to kayakers, paddle boarders and more, enjoying its sandy shores and…

  4. Boat Harbour Rock Pool, Gerringong

    A hidden gem, the picturesque Boat Harbour Rock Pool is a great place for a swim or a snorkel. Located around the headland north of Gerringong's Boat Harbour, access is via a walkway approximately 50 metres in length commencing at the Boat …

  5. Rangoon Island, Minnamurra

    Rangoon Island (otherwise known as Stack Island) was named after an 1870 shipwreck. Located north of Kiama at the mouth of the Minnamurra River, the island offers some remarkable coastal scenery formed by basaltic rocks formations. The on…

  6. The Pavilion Kiama

    Looking to find the perfect balance between business and pleasure? Look no further. The Pavilion Kiama can offer a unique experience, being located in one of the South Coast’s favourite holiday destinations. The venue occupies a picturesque…

  7. Silica

    Silica is a new, modern Australian restaurant situated right on Kiama's Surf Beach, boasting beautiful views of the coastline. Their menu is based around locally sourced and home-grown ingredients, showcasing the best of the south coasts pr…

  8. Kiama Blowhole

    Kiama's famous Blowhole is the largest in the world! A viewing platform with disabled access gives good views of Kiama blowhole. This landmark has attracted people to the region for over 100 years, was first sighted by George Bass when he…

  9. Minnamurra Whale Watching Platform

    Whale watchers will love to view the migrating whales from the elevated platform at Minnamurra Headland. One of the best on-land viewing locations in the Kiama area. Late May to July, humpback whales can be seen migrating north and from S…

  10. Sand track walk (north)

    This short walk allows you to experience both the unique forests and stunning golden stretch of beach that make up Seven Mile Beach National Park. Starting at the Beach Road picnic area, this walk meanders north towards Gerroa picnic area t…

  11. Kendalls Beach

    Kendalls Beach is a small, quiet beach located just south of Surf Beach in Kiama. The shallow waters and gentle waves of Kendalls Beach make it a popular spot for young children and less confident swimmers; the bordering headlands of Kendal…

  12. Footgolf Jamberoo

    FootGolf is a combination of Golf and Soccer. Aim is to complete a round in the least number of kicks. Played on a golf course but with special 53 centimetre holes and a different layout to golf. Children under 15 must be accompanied by a…

  13. Natural Necessity Surf Shop

    Located in the beautiful sea side town of Gerringong, Natural Necessity is Australia's largest Independent surf shop. There are two huge floors dedicated to fashion and surf hardware, not to mention the Perfect Break in house cafe. Proudl…

  14. Kiama Show

    There's something for everyone at the Show. From the traditional horse and cattle events to the Pavilion exhibtion, woodchop, interactive games and activities, the sideshow, the rodeo and the Fireworks spectacular. With 1,700 Pavilion cate…

  15. Spring Creek Wetlands Walk

    Located only a few minutes west of the Kiama Post Office, you will discover a wonderful example of rehabilitated wetlands. To get there follow Terralong Street towards Jamberoo, turn right into Dido Street, then Glenbrook Drive. The entranc…

  16. Nellies Glen Carrington Falls

    History may not have remembered Nellie so well, but one thing's for sure: she knew a good picnic spot when she saw it. Soak up the oxygen laden air while being soothed by the sounds of nearby waterfalls. You can relax under the shade of…

  17. Black Beach, Kiama

    Kiama’s Black Beach gets its name (and colour) from the black basalt sand and cobbles that line its shore. Although less popular with swimmers than with snorkelers, the ocean pools on either side of Black Beach are both beautiful places to …