Fun Things To See And Do In Kiama This Winter

We know the struggle of keeping kids amused throughout the school holidays, so we’ve rounded up an abundance of fun things to see and do in Kiama this winter through the spring instalment. Here are our top regional picks guaranteed to beat the boredom and to ensure your children have fun in winter in Kiama.



Leave your worries – and your smartphones – behind and opt for a different kind of transport these holidays with Kangaroo Valley Horse Riding. Pristine bushland is your backdrop as you wind through mountains, rainforest, bush and open grazing land on a family horseback adventure. You’ll be treated to spectacular panoramic views of Moreton National Park, Lake Yurrunga and the Kangaroo River as you ride. First-timers are warmly welcomed, too. The horses are alert, well-trained and extremely responsive, making them the perfect animals for both experienced riders and nervous beginners.

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Your kids will get a kick diving to new depths to explore the incredible world awaiting underwater. Set yourselves up with snorkels and wade around the crystal clear waters along our gorgeous coast. You might be lucky enough to spot a clownfish, turtle or dolphin – as well as admire the kelp forests, colourful corals and old shipwrecks. And hey, at least it’s a surefire way to bring some peace and quiet to your school holidays.

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Your mini me will have some serious bragging rights when they go back to school as a graduate surf grommet. Holidays are the best times for kids to learn how to surf, because they’re able to have a consistent crack at it over consecutive days. There’s a bunch of great surf schools in the area ready to show them how it’s done, such as Kanyini Surf, who have special holiday packages. And while they’re out in the water, you’re left with nothing but peace, quiet and a sandy white beach. Make sure you pack a good book.

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Our coast boasts some of the most breathtaking scenery in Australia. And no matter how many times you’ve trudged down the same track, every walk is bound to uncover a new scenic adventure along the way. Pack some snacks and hit the tracks, weaving through beautiful secluded beaches, intricate rainforests and secret caves. And sure, there’s the Blowholes (both big and little) to blow you away, but make sure you also don’t miss the Bombo headland and stunning coastal rock formations at Cathedral Rocks.

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For those times when you can’t leave the campsite, make sure you’ve got a few handy games up your sleeve to beat the boredom. Campfire cooking lessons always go down a treat, so prep a well-stocked pantry with baking ingredients and equipment so you can whip up tasty treats with your eager little loves. Family holidays are always a fantastic opportunity to simplify and slow it down a notch, so throw in a few of your favourite board games that you can all play together. Boredom will quickly become bonding.

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