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  1. Historic Dry Stone Walls Kiama

    Stone walls are evident throughout the Kiama area, many constructed more than a century ago as paddocks were cleared for cropping and stock agistment. Fine examples can be seen in the hills and dales west of Kiama township, with much of the…

  2. Blowhole Point Rock Pool, Kiama

    Kiama's beautiful saltwater rock pool on the edge of the ocean is a great place to enjoy. This spectacular pool is situated on the north side of Blowhole Point with access from the harbour road. There is ample parking, amenities and change …

  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. Boneyard Kiama

    A sheltered pebbly beach located on the northern side of Bombo peninsula. Popular secluded spot for a picnic, snorkelling or stand up paddle boarding. Surfers can also be found on the right-hand reef break. Located at the southern end of…

  5. 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…

  6. Kiama Lighthouse

    The Kiama Lighthouse was established in 1887, 10 years after the creation of the Robertson Basin, a man made harbour to service Kiama's supply of crushed blue metal and paving blocks for the streets of Sydney. The original apparatus was…

  7. Budderoo National Park

    Nature-lovers will be in their element at beautiful Budderoo National Park. From pristine rainforest walks to gorgeous waterfalls and stunning lookouts, it’s easy to create a memorable itinerary through this enchanting haven. Stop by the m…

  8. Hungry Monkey

    Enjoy hand-crafted burgers and healthy meals from locally sourced ingredients.  The Hungry Monkey make gourmet, honest burgers, offer a healthy lifestyle menu, brew top notch White Horse Coffee and serve old-fashioned shakes and really col…

  9. 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…

  10. Izzards Lookout Track

    If you love a breath of fresh air with a spectacular view then the easy walk to Izzards lookout is a must see. Stroll along the escarpment, soaking in the sights and sounds of the waterfall, particularly impressive after heavy rain. From th…

  11. Sand track walk (south)

    The Sand track walk (south) starts from the southern end of the Beach Road picnic area, and takes you through forested hind dunes running parallel to the beach. Easy enough for the whole family, this level walk wanders among the forest of m…

  12. 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 …

  13. Daisy the Decorated Dairy Cow

    Daisy the Cow is an icon of the Kiama Municipality, faithfully watching over the exhibitions held in the Kiama Old Fire Station Community Arts Centre for over 20 years. She is a chameleon cow being repainted on an adhoc basis by local art…

  14. The Schoolhouse

    The Schoolhouse is no ordinary building. Built by Alexander Berry in 1862, it opened in 1870 as the schoolhouse at Toolijooa, near the Gerringong township. The building was moved to Gerringong town in 1953 (how did they do it?!) where it be…

  15. 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…

  16. Jamberoo Lookout

    Keep an eye out as you drive along Jamberoo Mountain Road – there’s a small sign alerting you to one of the most spectacular views on the south coast – it’s definitely worth the stop. Jamberoo lookout is perched on the edge of the coastal …

  17. Penny Whistlers

    Penny Whistlers is a cool harbour view cafe. With its relaxed atmosphere and great friendly service, it offers artisan coffee by Campos and amazing gourmet food by head chef Rylee Cole. Located across from Black Beach Kiama, sit back and en…

  18. Kiama Leisure Centre

    Kiama Leisure Centre is an indoor multi-purpose fitness and sports facility, owned and operated by Kiama Council. Facilities include a 25 metre heated pool, a heated toddlers pool, spa, sauna, fitness gymnasium and an indoor sports hall. …