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Australia Kiama coastal town south of Sydney

Australia Kiama coastal town south of Sydney

Kiama is an coastal town south of Sydney, in New South Wales, Australia. It’s known for the Kiama Blowhole and Little Blowhole, 2 cliffside caverns where seawater shoots into the air. Heading north, the Kiama Coast Walk trail links the blowholes to the columns of Cathedral Rocks, with whale-watching spots along the way. Surf Beach has calm water for swimming. Pilot’s Cottage Museum traces the town’s maritime history.

The top attractions to visit in Kiama are:

  • Kiama Coastal Walk
  • Kiama Blowhole
  • Saddleback Mountain Lookout
  • Little Blowhole Reserve “Endeavour Lookout”
  • Cathedral Rocks

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