Top Attractions in Kiama
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- It only takes about 15 minutes to find a parking spot and walk to the nearby viewing area that surrounds the blowhole. Depending on the wave action, you may need to wait a few minutes for some larger waves to come in and shoot water upwards through the hole in the rocks.Written November 27, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Short drive up the mountain behind Kiama. Lovely views of the coast, was a bit over cast the day I was there but still,could see long distance. One platform is really good. It takes in the views of Kiama area. There is a second platform that looks towards the escarpment to the west.Written September 19, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Easy access with excellent parking and walking paths. This is a very scenic part of the NSW South Coast.Written October 30, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Visited the Kiama Visitors centre and I could not have been better served buy the ladies working on that day.
Gave us great advice on how to approach the Kiama coastal walk which I highly recommend and have done a separate review for.
Told us the best way to walk and a great tip to catch the train to Minumarra and walk back to Kiama, they even found out what time the trains left for us next morning.
Keep up the great work it is very much appreciated.Written July 11, 2021
- If the swell is up, don't bother with the famous blowhole. Head off to Bombo. It's more spectacular, more thrilling and you can get sensational photographs. Ever the small blowhole further south is better that the bigger blowhole.Written September 12, 2022
- We only did parts of the walk but love the concept. An interesting coastline gets its due diligence along the lengths of this walk. If you can't do all of it, drop in on parts.Written November 5, 2022
- Didn't even know this was a thing! Great Mini blow hole that packs a punch. Nice parking area..and great view across a windy BayWritten February 8, 2022
- We had a little spare time, so we made a quick visit to this sea stack off the coast at Minnamurra. The best view is accessed by walking through the public land at the back of the houses along the access road-just be aware of the cliffs! It only needs a fairly brief stop, but worth a short detour to check it out.Written November 8, 2020
- Great local products and organic products etc from the regions around
Bought some great fruit and vegetables, bread , salamis , gelato ,chocolate etc etc
On once a week easy to walk to , easy to walk around
If you are in Kiama on a Wednesday afternoon give it a goWritten December 4, 2020
- As an experienced traveler, it was refreshing to see a country village/town so clean, the flower gardens on every corner/ runabout, there were no trashy American fast food outlets to be seen, quite the contrary all of the shops cafes etc. Were all doing business (4 days of rain) my home city (Newcastle) could take advice from Kiama on how to cater for tourists, locals, everybody including local businesses instead of lining Councillors pockets and killing there city. Bravo Kiama we will be back when the sun is out.Written February 1, 2022
- The name accurately reflects the location of this market. Being it's directly by the sea. Lots of stalls to browse; arts, food, bric n brac, plants etc. I've been a number of times and it's never been overcrowded. The store owners are always friendly and happy to help. Rainy days are not ideal because it's quite exposed so if the weather looks likely for rain come prepared. Otherwise you can always duck off to one of the local cafes as there are many close by to wait it out. If you're an art lover, check out the old fire station while there too as they use it as an exhibit space for local arts and crafts.Written March 13, 2020
- A somewhat surreal landscape created by the old quarry. A photographers paradise as well as a fun place to climb over rocks. A little bit of a walk to get into but they are building new stairs for easier access.Written September 19, 2022
- Lots of parking near the lighthouse.
Blowhole just in front. In fact you can park & watch the blowhole erupt ! Blows 8-10 m high on a good day. Depends on tides & wind.High tide & a nor easter the bestWritten November 14, 2022
- Great local dog, family and surfboard beach. Easy parking right next to beach and next to railway station. Patrolled at one end during summer only on weekends & school holidays. Plenty of rocks for kids to investigate. Clean sand with sand hills. Great vista to Kiama. Plenty of signs for dog section with council provided poo bags and plenty of space for dog surfing/walking/greeting. Usually very quiet.Written February 20, 2020
- I noticed this church due to the colors of its edifice. The color was brown colors. The church is attractive.
I liked the bell that is separated from the church.
There is a shelter at the door to avoid rain.
There is parking at the front of the church.Written October 30, 2018
Frequently Asked Questions about Kiama
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