Dramatic Coastline and Spraying Blowholes in Kiama, Australia

Dramatic Coastline and Spraying Blowholes in Kiama, Australia

Kiama, New South Wales, Australia. The seaside town is a popular tourist destination because of the numerous beach attractions. The rocky coastline fascinates with coves, caves, blowholes and Cathedral Rocks. The beaches are not crowded and suitable for surfing. Kiama is also proud of the Australian Pelicans and even have a statue honoring the birds.

The Kiama Blowhole is the most popular site: it can spray water up to 25 m into the air. Bombo Headland is a geological wonder, which features hexagonal columns and reminds Giant’s Causeway in Ireland. In the town you can relax and have fun at cafes, restaurants and wineries after an eventful day outdoors.

Why to go there?

Spectacular coastline, surfing site, nice town.

When to go there?

Kiama invites visitors all year round.

How to get there?

Drive to Kiama by car, bus or train – it is only about a 2 hours drive from Sydney or Canberra. Get around by walking – there are many hiking trails, that lead to the famous landmarks.

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Lead photo by Dave Whiteman


Photo by Unknown

Kiama-Photo by Lop Pa

Photo by Lop Pa

Kiama-Photo by Shane Arrold

Photo by Shane Arrold

Kiama-Photo by AtomicZen

Photo by AtomicZen : )

Kiama-Photo by James Cause

Photo by James Cause

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