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