A beautiful seaside destination, Kiama is famous for its blowhole - a natural rock formation that spouts seawater 20 metres or more into the air. There are many more intriguing and spectacular things to do and see in Kiama, from the gorgeous beaches to the exhilarating Kiama Coast Walk.
On the NSW South Coast, getting to Kiama is easy. The drive from Sydney is about 90 minutes. Or take the marvellous Grand Pacific Drive touring route through the Royal National Park and over the Sea Cliff Bridge and past Wollongong. A scenic train trip is another enjoyable way to travel to Kiama.
Places to stay suit various budgets and the exciting events calendar of festivals, markets and shows includes the . The food and wine experiences are delicious too, with the Kiama region growing bountiful produce available at the Kiama Farmers Market on Wednesdays.
Browse the Historic Terrace Houses for gifts. These National Trust-classified houses were built in 1886. There are more delightful shopping opportunities in Kiama, from galleries to emporiums, and discover Kiama’s history at the Pilot’s Cottage Museum, in a lovingly restored home built in 1881.
The beaches in Kiama are a major attraction. Surf Beach is the main beach with a park and children’s playground. For adventurers, there are a number of tours for kayaking and fishing. The estuary of the Minnamurra River is great for kayaking. Join South Coast Safaris for a guided kayaking adventure.