Golfing

Golfing Golf fanatic? Check out one of the area’s gorgeous golf courses! Tee off in the valley immersed by greenery, along tree-lined fairways or atop the coastal cliff line with waterfront views. Test your foot skills with a game of Footgolf.   Kiama Golf Club Kiama Golf Course offers a picturesque 18 hole course, tree-lined…

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Surfing

Surfing Home to some of Australia’s best surfing beaches and professional surf athletes including Ali Day and Sally Fitzgibbons. A popular destination for a variety of high profile wave-riding events and competitions. Whether it’s catching your first wave, or hanging ten, you’ll find your favourite break along the Kiama Coast. Bombo Beach, Bombo A 1200-metre stretch…

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Kiama Coast Walk

Kiama Coast Walk A breathtaking 20 kilometres, the Kiama Coast Walk stretches from the Minnamurra River south through Kiama, past Kiama Harbour Cabins and the blowhole, over to Surf Beach Holiday Park, down to Kendalls Beach Holiday Park, through to Werri Beach Holiday Park in Gerringong. The walk boasts ocean views, spectacular rock formations, and…

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Minnamurra Rainforest

Minnamurra Rainforest The Minnamurra Rainforest is a multi award winning attraction located in Budderoo National Park, a short fifteen minute drive west of Kiama past the village of Jamberoo (off Tourist Drive No 9) Visitors can experience the spender and beauty of this rare remnant of subtropical and warm temperate rainforests which is representative of…

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Saddleback Mountain

Saddleback Mountain Kiama’s glorious Saddleback Mountain offers a photographer’s dream, with the elevated Saddleback Mountain Lookout. On a clear day, take in the breathtaking views from Cronulla in the north to Milton in the south. While the north-facing viewing platform (off main car park) is excellent, be sure to checkout the recently opened southern platform…

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Kiama Blowhole

Kiama Blowhole Discover Kiama’s famous Blowhole just minute’s walk from Kiama Harbour Cabins. It is the largest in the world, and when the swell is running from the southeast, it is sure to put on a spectacular show. The rugged 2.5 metre opening in the rock face famous for its almighty ‘woosh’, sending sea water…

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Discover a world of water fun in Kiama

Holidays on NSW’s South Coast are often dominated by water – after all, it’s in the name. And the ‘coast with the most’ must surely be Kiama’s. Why? Because around these parts, water doesn’t just roll in on waves or fall from clouds – it also shoots spectacularly up into the air, ripples across swimming…

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Unleash your next pet-friendly holiday in Kiama

How good are holiday memories with the family? And how good is it when you can bring your ENTIRE family along, safe in the knowledge that your furriest, four-legged family members will be welcomed with open arms and open paws. If you’re heading for the South Coast, put a pin in Kiama. It’s one of…

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Local legend retires from Kiama Coast Holiday Parks

In 1984 Margaret Byrne, affectionately known to all as Marg or Margy, & her husband Les, were employed by then Park Managers John & Liz Chant as housekeeper/receptionist and groundsman at Blowhole Point Caravan Park. In 1986, following the resignation of the Chant’s, Marg & Les were appointed Contract Managers of Blowhole Point Caravan Park,…

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Why you should spend Easter at the beach in Kiama

From a giant chocolate egg hunt to kids cooking classes, here’s some of the top reasons you should consider giving the big bunny a seaside break this Easter in Kiama. Stay well Beach season is far from over, and there’s no better time to embrace the salt and the sand than autumn. Spending time by…

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