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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. Bombo Headland Kiama

    Take a walk through Bombo Headland, among the unusual basalt columns - it feels like you're on the moon! The basalt walls and columns are a legacy of blue metal quarrying in the 1880s and 1900s. Take a look north and you will see the awa…

  3. Kiama Coast Walk

    Ocean views, spectacular rock formations, unspoilt beaches and delightful detours. These and more await when your journey along even just a portion of the 22 kilometre jewel in the crown, Kiama Coastal Walk. Fully completed in 2011, the mo…

  4. Saddleback Mountain Lookout

    Kiama's glorious Saddleback Mountain offers a photographers dream, with the elevated Saddleback Mountain Lookout. From Cronulla, just south of Sydney to Milton, enjoy a breathtaking view of the New South Wales South Coast. Located just 10 m…

  5. 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…

  6. Perfect Break Caravans

    They are a Caravan and Recreation Vehicle Hire business located in beautiful Kiama on the NSW South coast just an hour from Sydney. Discover Australia at your own pace hiring a great value Perfect Break Caravan, Campervan or Motorhome. …

  7. 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…

  8. 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…

  9. 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.…

  10. 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…

  11. Bombo Beach

    Bombo Beach is a 1200-metre stretch of sand which links central Kiama with Kiama Downs. Bombo Beach is predominantly a surfing beach, as its strong rips can create hazardous conditions for swimmers. That said, these rips and sandbars help t…

  12. Kiama Harbour

    Located in the heart of Kiama, the Harbour was completed in 1876, after 16 years of construction, to cater for the ever-increasing shipping trade. Known as Robertson Basin, fill from the Harbour floor was placed between Storm Bay and the H…

  13. 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. …

  14. 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…

  15. 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…

  16. 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…

  17. Bonaira Native Gardens

    Bonaira Native Gardens feature established rainforest species. Explore the magical and peaceful oasis by foot or bike and pack a picnic lunch for the family. The walk takes 30 minutes and passes a moving monument dedicated to the Wodi Wodi …

  18. 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…

  19. 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 …