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  1. 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 …

  2. Kiama Heritage Walk

    For such a small area, the Kiama region has so much to share of its past - both from Indigenous culture and the two centuries since European settlement. Throughout the municipality, you'll find information signs that provide a window into…

  3. Love Street Gallery

    Just a few minutes drive from Central Kiama, The Love Street Gallery features a wide range of expressive and colourful original artworks by local artist Helen Pain. Helen's art is expressive and intuitive, using the colours, forms and textu…

  4. Historic Terrace Houses

    Kiama's Historic Terrace Houses were originally built for the local quarry workers in 1886. These National Trust classified historic buildings now house a unique selection of crafts, collectables, clothing stores, and eateries. Behind the T…

  5. Surf Beach Kiama

    Surf Beach (or Main Beach) is Kiama's main surfing beach surrounded by parkland and central to Kiama's main shopping district. It is popular for both swimming and surfing - with surfers calling the break "The Wedge". The beach is patroll…

  6. 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…

  7. 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…

  8. Kiama Art Gallery

    Visit Kiama Art Gallery through the Kiama Arts Trail on the first weekend of each month, or by appointment, or on-line, to find an array of beautiful European and Australian works on paper and paintings from the late 1800s to today. Con…

  9. 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…

  10. Canoe and Kayak Adventures

    South Coast Safaris provide canoe and kayak adventures on spectacular waterways. The half day Minnamurra River package is perfect for those seeking a taste of the outdoors. This trip is complete with a sumptuous riverside lunch. Alt…

  11. 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…

  12. 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…

  13. Kiama Charter Service

    Kiama Charter Service's award winning reef and deep sea fishing trips include bait, tackle, licences and tuition where required. A deckhand helps with re-rigging, untangling of lines and cleaning of quality fish. Fishing from a boat out o…

  14. 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…

  15. Cathedral Rocks

    Located just three kilometres north of Kiama at the southern end of Jones Beach, this distinctive rock formation is part of the geologically fascinating coastline. Cathedral Rocks, has lured sightseers since 1890. These volcanic rocks, whil…

  16. 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…

  17. 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…

  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. …

  19. Continental Rock Pool, Kiama

    A great place for a dip, the pool is situated at the north end of Black Beach Reserve and is also known as the Olympic Pool. The pool is 50 metres in length with facilities and disable access. Amenities are available with child changing fac…

  20. Devinely Fit Yoga and Lifestyle

    Devinely Fit Yoga and Lifestyle celebrate 'connections'. Connecting to yourself, each other and all that is around you and learning to live in the 'here and now'. Devinely Fit Yoga and Lifestyle studio is warm, light, safe and welcoming.…

  21. Easts Beach, Kiama

    Easts Beach is a secluded beach found near the southern end of Kiama, close to Kiama Heights. Protected by Marsden Head to the north and a small rocky outcrop to the south, Easts Beach is a wonderful choice for those seeking a safe and quie…