A beautiful seaside town on the NSW South Coast, Kiama is set against a backdrop of rolling green hills and magnificent coastline, and boasts coastal walks, scenic rainforest trails, stunning beaches and two spectacular blowholes. The larger blowhole draws crowds of tourists who watch in awe as the water explodes more than 30m in the air, mirroring a whale’s spout.
Kiama has plenty to offer cruise visitors – quiet beaches, golf courses in breathtaking locations, great surf breaks and charming neighbouring towns such as Gerroa and Gerringong. The lively cafe culture and other delicious food and beverage experiences, from wine tasting to beachside markets, are enticing too.
Vessels calling at Kiama sit at anchorage in the harbour and guests are brought ashore by tender boats. The tenders dock at the marina, close in the centre of town, and a short walk to restaurants, shops, beaches and other attractions.
Destination NSW acknowledges and respects Aboriginal people as the state’s first people and nations and recognises Aboriginal people as the traditional owners and occupants of New South Wales land and water.