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Discover the beauty of the South Coast with Kiama Scenic Tours. Offering a unique and insightful exploration of the picturesque landscapes surrounding Kiama, this local tour company provides an enriching experience for visitors. With a focus on authenticity and local charm, Kiama Scenic Tours takes you on a journey through the region's iconic landmarks, including the famous Kiama Blowhole, stunning coastal cliffs, and lush countryside.

The tours, guided by knowledgeable locals, offer a genuine glimpse into the area's history, culture, and natural wonders. Guests can expect comfortable transportation and well-planned itineraries that showcase the best of the South Coast. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, history buff, or simply seeking a relaxing day out, Kiama Scenic Tours caters to diverse interests, ensuring a memorable and insightful visit to this captivating region.

Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the South Coast with Kiama Scenic Tours, where every moment is an opportunity to discover the hidden gems and rich stories that make this destination truly special.

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Kiama is a beautiful seaside town on the NSW South Coast, best known for its beaches, blowholes, volcanic rock formations and scenic stretches of coastal walks. It’s a favourite with families looking for a laidback holiday spot and surfers chasing world-class waves. Plus, you’ll find great food, plenty of history and some of the state’s best ocean pools.

Things to do

Sitting just beneath the  lighthouse , the  Kiama Blowhole  is a natural cavity in the fortress-like cliffs that blasts seawater 20 metres or more into the air. If the water is less than spectacular, try the  Little Blowhole  just south of town. Both spots are part of the stunning  Kiama Coast Walk , about a 20km trail between Minamurra and Werri Beach .

Couple enjoying a walk along the Kiama Coast Walk on the South Coast

Kiama Coast Walk , Kiama

If you’re looking for a little adventure, a 10-minute drive from Kiama’s Blowhole is   Saddleback Mountain Lookout . Soak in the panoramic views from Cronulla in the north to Milton in the south and then venture to  Kiama Harbour  for a stroll around the foreshore.

Aerial overlooking Kiama Harbour

Kiama Harbour , Kiama

Kiama’s town is full of charm, head to the National Trust-classified  Historic Terrace Houses , built in 1886. There are many delightful shopping opportunities in Kiama, from galleries to emporiums to cultivated  arts trail . You can also discover Kiama’s history at the  Pilot’s Cottage Museum , in a lovingly restored home built in 1881. Or relax and wind down at one or more of the many cafes and restaurants in the area. 

 Woman walking past stores on Collins Street in Kiama's town centre

Town centre, Kiama - Credit: Dee Kramer Photography

For adventurers, there are a number of tours for surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding and fishing. Join  Lands Edge Surf School  for a guided surfing adventure at  Seven Mile Beach . Check out the exciting  events calendar  for festivals, markets and shows, including the  Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival  which is held in March.

Lands Edge Surf School in Berry, Jervis Bay & Shoalhaven

Lands Edge Surf School , Jervis Bay & Shoalhaven

There’s beach  to suit everyone in Kiama.  Surf Beach  is the main beach with a park and children’s playground. To the south,  Kendalls Beach  has shallow water and gentle waves that are ideal for families.  Bombo Beach  stretches for more than a kilometre and is popular with surfers and dog walkers.  Easts Beach  which is situated in the southern part of Kiama’s beach coast, and is the perfect bathers’ destination, protected from wind and swell.

Family enjoying their holiday on Kendalls beach, Kiama

Kendalls beach , Kiama

Eat, drink & stay

The food and wine experiences in Kiama are built around both beach culture and the region’s bountiful produce. They are on show at the  Kiama Farmers Market  at Surf Beach on Wednesdays. The streets are lined with cute cafes serving Sydney-quality coffee. Try  Yves  restaurant for a chic French fare or hear live music at  Art Bar .

Kiama Farmer's Markets in Kiama

Kiama Farmer's Market , Kiama

There are many  places to stay , including hotels, apartments, houses and beachfront holiday parks.   There are also flights available to Shellharbour, which is 19 km north from Kiama.

Aerial overlooking Kiama Blowhole Point in Kiama, South Coast

Kiama Blowhole Point , Kiama

Getting there

Getting to Kiama is easy. The drive from Sydney takes about 1hr 45 mins along the spectacular  Grand Pacific Drive . You can also take a scenic train trip along the coast and the journey takes just over two hours. 

Vessels calling at Kiama sit at anchorage in the harbour and guests are brought ashore by tender boats. The tenders dock at the marina, close in the centre of town, and a short walk to restaurants, shops, beaches and other attractions.

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Shellharbour Airport is located at Albion Park and is the gateway to Shellharbour City.

Flying to Shellharbour is the fastest way to enjoy everything the region has to offer from surfing at a National Surfing Reserve or enjoying a round of golf, to spectacular beaches, beautiful scenery, bush walking and more.

Link Airways operates direct flights from Shellharbour to Melbourne five days a week and Shellharbour to Brisbane five days a week.

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16 Fun & mostly Free Things to do in Kiama

There are so many things to do in Kiama we think it’s worthy of repeat visits. Today we share a list of the best Kiama activities that we recommend you see when you visit this National Trust listed town only 120km south of Sydney.

The coastal town of Kiama, south of Sydney, is one of our favourite places to head for a short break. We have been visiting since primary school days, so whether you are heading there on a day trip or quick getaway, we have you covered.

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Swim in the kiama rockpools, stroll the kiama coastal trail, head to kiama’s whale watching platforms, watch a kiama sunrise, explore the minnamurra rainforest and minnamurra falls, follow a scenic tourist drive, get a birds eye view, swim at kiama stunning surf beaches, visit one of the nearby villages, eat fish and chips at kiama harbours fisherman coop, try some retail therapy, discover kiama’s art trail, taste the local wine and brews, get an adrenaline hit, find some hidden gems near kiama, things to do in kiama when it’s raining, where to stay, where to eat in kiama, kiama day trip map, how long does it take to get to kiama, how to get to kiama, how far is kiama from wollongong.

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Heritage buildings by the harbourside and an abundance of natural attractions make Kiama the perfect spot for a day trip from Sydney, a weekend getaway or even a week-long break, which will give you plenty of time to enjoy the many riches the region offers.

The traditional country of the Wodi Wodi people, the indigenous name is Kiaram-a, is said to mean “where the sea makes a noise.”

Must-see sites and things to do in Kiama

All this natural beauty, such a short distance from Sydney and halfway along one of the state’s best coastal roads, the Grand Pacific Drive, make plans to go soon if you have not visited.

For over 100 years, the Kiama Blow Hole has been the number one stop for visitors from Sydney. It’s still a draw card today, so pop in and look. The best way to find the blowhole is to head to Kiama Lighthouse.  

The blowhole was first spotted by explorer George Bass in 1797

There are two blowholes – Big Blowhole gets most of the attention, but Little Blowhole can actually be more exciting. 

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It is impossible to plan the best time to see the blowhole and to be honest; It has disappointed more often us than we have been delighted, but according to the team at the visitors’ centre, there are a few things to consider.

  • In a northeastern wind, Little Blowhole
  • In a south-easterly, the main Kiama Blowhole near the lighthouse is the go

Kiama has two fabulous rock pools right in town and two more only a short drive away in Gerringong. If you are staying a while, we suggest you add all four to your list as they are picturesque spots to spend some time in the water or even just look at it!

Blowhole Point Rock Pool  This pool to the north side of Blowhole Point is an excellent choice if you have young kids with you. There is usually plenty of parking and decent facilities. Where : Open the Google map location

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Continental Rock Pool, aka the Olympic pool  This 50m rock pool at Black Beach reserve has a lovely aspect across the harbour. The pool is accessible, children’s change rooms and parking.

Where : Open the Google map location

Boat harbour Rock Pool A splendid choice if you want to settle in for a while. There are picnic and bbq facilities. You will find it a short walk from Boat Harbour Reserve.  

On the wishlist for hikers is the Kiama Coast Walk , with its beautiful coastal views.  

Werri Beach at the Southern end of the Kiama Coastal Walk

You can choose to walk some or all of the trail. While some people knock it off in a day, most cover it in two. The walk is generally split into three sections:

  • North Section – Minnamurra River to Kiama Blowhole – 8.4km – allow 3hrs.
  • Mid Section – Kiama Blowhole to Loves Bay –   5km – allow 1.5hrs.
  • South Section – Loves Bay to Gerringong – 6km – allow 2hrs

Everyone asks which is the best part of the Kiama Coast Walk for us; it’s the South Section cause we love that it’s relatively quiet and green. Photographers will probably favour the first section, which offers plenty to please the lens, particularly at sunrise and sunset.

Kiama Coast Walk

Tip : Gerringong Bowling Club has a great deal on offer to hikers – spend $20 per person at the club for a free ride back to Kiama.

Spot some whales – The best whale-watching spots in the Kiama area are the two official viewing platforms.

  • Gerringong Whale Watching Platform
  • Minnamurra Whale Watching Platform

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Whale watching season runs from June to November, but the best time to spot them is in July-August when they head north and are closest to the coast.

The best place to see a sunrise on the Kiama Coast is Cathedral Rocks at Jones Beach. We have to be honest; we have not actually managed to wake up and be there for sunrise, but our nephew, a keen photographer, rates it highly and shared this image with us.

Kiama Sunrise Cathedral Rocks

Head to the Bombo Headland Quarry or Jones Beach to capture the action. Ideally, photographers should try to visit the day before in daylight to scope out the best places to set up their cameras.

This is also one of the best spots in NSW to see the Milky Way

If the temperature rises and you fancy cooling down, then take a short drive to the Minnamurra Rainforest. The temperature is always a few degrees lower, and the walk to the falls is not too difficult for most. Check with the visitors centre staff to see if it’s right for you.

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BTW it’s located confusingly in Jamberoo and not in Minnamurra Village as the name might suggest.

Related: Check out our guide to the best waterfalls in NSW

If a scenic drive is more your thing than a hike, we recommend Official Tourist Drive No 9. The trip will take you from Kiama to the Southern Highlands via Jamberoo Mountain Road.

Carrington Falls

Along the way, you will pass:

  • Jamberoo township
  • Minnamurra Rainforest & Waterfall
  • Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures
  • Carrington Falls
  • Robertson – famous for its pie shop and Big Potato – possibly the ugliest “big” thing in the country.

Return to Kiama via Macquarie Pass and Albion Park. Alternatively, head further south and take in the towns of Gerringong, Gerroa, and Berry before returning to Kiama via the highway.

If you don’t fancy the full tourist drive, there are some spectacular views from the many lookouts along the coastal cliffs and in the Kiama hinterland. 

Coastal lookouts Minnamurra Lookout – Located on Minnamurra Headland offers magnificent views over the river and towards Kiama. There are also great views of Stack Island, an interesting rock formation just off the beach.

Minnamurra Lookout

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Mount Pleasant Lookout – For the classic south coast shot of rolling green hills, cows and crescent-shaped beaches, this lookout is epic. It’s also just off the main road, so not a huge time investment. It’s also known as Billy’s Lookout – open the Google map location. Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial Lookout – A short drive south of Kiama just before you arrive in Gerroa, this is the spot where Kingsford Smith took off on January 11, 1933, to New Zealand. The turn off to the lookout is at the crest of the hill, and there is a small car park. You can also park at the Gerroa Fisherman’s Club, which offers a similar view from their dining room. Open the Google map location.

Kingsford Smith Lookout Gerroa

The view over Seven Mile Beach is backed by the Seven Mile National Park, where you can camp or challenge yourself to walk the length of the beach – we had done it a handful of times when we stayed in the area. It’s a brilliant workout!

Hinterland Lookouts There are at least three great hinterland lookouts within an easy drive of Kiama. You probably only need to visit one of them as the aspects are similar. Choose the one that is near other things you plan to visit.

Jamberoo Lookout – The viewing platform at Jamberoo offers a distance view of the ocean over miles of lush farmland. Where : Open Google map location .

Saddleback Mountain Lookout Near Kiama

Saddleback Mountain Lookout – Just 6km from Kiama offers panoramic views that stretch from Sydney’s southern beaches at Cronulla to Milton. Where: Open google map

A little further down the coast is Cambewarra Mountain Lookout .

There are several beaches between Shellharbour and Seven Mile Beach at Gerroa that are easily visited from Kiama. Our favourite is Seven Mile, where I spent many school holidays in my later teen years; it’s a beautiful long beach backed by National Park and usually devoid of crowds.

  • Jones Beach – Popular surf beach close to Cathedral Rocks
  • The Boneyard Beach – a pebbly beach that is dog friendly and popular for snorkelling
  • Bombo Beach – the long beach you can see from the train, this dog-friendly beach is best for surfers.
  • Black Beach – not a good choice for swimming but popular for snorkelling
  • Kiama Surf Beach* (aka Main Beach) a small beach with excellent facilities
  • Kendall’s Beach* – a popular choice for families, usually not too busy
  • Easts Beach* – a brilliant choice on windy days as it is a well-sheltered beach

*They patrolled these beaches between October and Easter each year.

Kendalls Beach, Kiama. Credit: Destination NSW

Which Kiama Beach is best for kids ? Surf Beach has a good playground, and Kendall’s Beach is also a popular choice. Which Kiama Beach is suitable for snorkelling ? Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve at Shellharbour is about 20 minutes north of Kiama and the best spot along the coast. Which Kiama Beach is a good choice for some privacy? Mystic Beach at Minnamurra is a splendid choice if you are steady on your feet and don’t mind a bit of a walk to get there.

Berry – Only 20 minutes south is the charming town of Berry. Its main street is lined with cute shops and a popular day trip for Sydneysiders who go to poke around and have lunch.

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Many people rate the Berry Donut Van; we haven’t eaten one in over a decade, so we can’t vouch for that, but Milkwood Bakery in the main street does fab pies, pastries and excellent sourdough. Gerringong /Georra – Just a 15-minute drive south of Kiama surrounded by dairy country and enough shops and cafes to keep you entertained for a short visit. If you prefer something more active, the Gerringong Golf Club must be one of the most picturesque in the state. You can also do surf lessons at nearby Seven Mile Beach. Jamberoo Village  – This hinterland village is best known for its fabulous old pub that makes a meal hamburger. Definitely worth a stop on Tourist Drive 9.

I am not sure anything beats eating fresh fish straight off the boat, and after a look at the blowhole, your next stop should be the Fisherman’s co-op. There is plenty of lawn overlooking the harbour to enjoy your meal, whether you go with the traditional serve of battered fish and chips or the healthy serve of fresh prawns and oysters.

Kiama Seaside Markets are held at Black Beach, Kiama, from 9am on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Get in early for parking as this busy little town gets a lot busier on market day. The Historic Terrace Houses at Kiama were once cottages for quarry workers, but in the 1970s, they were restored and turned into shops that quickly became popular with daytrippers. Today they house antique and gift shops and cafes. If you visit in summer, you will be drawn to them by the beautiful jacarandas that line the street outside. Don’t miss The Collective, a marketplace that retails for dozens of local businesses (they also have shops in Gerringong and Huskisson)

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Kiama Farmers Market  – The Farmer’s markets every Wednesday afternoon at Coronation Park, Surf Beach. Unlike most markets, they operate from 3-6pm, perfect for late sleepers.

We discovered the Kiama Art Trail after purchasing a couple of paintings from a stall at the seaside market. The artist suggested we look at some of the small galleries and studios in town. The trail stretches from Kiama Downs to Berry.

Check out a local brewery. Stoic Brewing in Gerringong is best known for its pale ales. Food trucks provide the eats and change regularly. It’s only a short walk from the train station, so if you stay in Kiama, consider taking the train and letting loose! Coolangatta Estate The first winery in the Shoalhaven and also the most awarded in the region Coolangatta Estate offers a cellar door and a restaurant only a short drive from Kiama. You can book a wine tasting of six of their current releases or enjoy a wine paddle in the garden. They also serve some pretty tasting plates.

Sun shining over the scenic grounds of Coolangatta Estate, Shoalhaven Heads.

The property also offers convict-built cottages, which you can book as your base for a night or more.

Jamberoo Action Park  – You can easily spend an entire day at Jamberoo, especially in summer when the water slides will melt away the heat.

Illawarra Treetops – From a gentle walk through the treetops to zip-lining, the Illawarra Treetops is an experience for the entire family.  Explore the temperate rainforest, waking the 1.5km tree walk. For one-third of the walk, you will be 30 metres above the ground, and the view from the lookout is breathtaking.

Illawarra Fly

Not sure how to pronounce Kiama? It’s “I AM A” with a K 🙂

Buena Vista Farm Take a 2-hour tour of this beautiful farm overlooking the ocean north of Werri Beach. Affordably priced and suitable for adults and kids. They also offer full-day classes in cheese making or vegetable growing. Find out more here. Nellies Glen This pretty waterhole in Budderoo National Park is close to Carrington Falls, is a lovely spot for a swim or a picnic. Best visited midweek as summer weekends can be pretty busy. Find out how to get to Nellies Glen on the Wild Swimming website.

Depending on how hard the rain is, a trip to Minnamurra Rainforest might still work. Alternatively, take a drive down to Berry for some shopping. You could also head to Crooked River or Coolangatta Estate for wine tasting.

We usually book an apartment when we visit Kiama or this part of the coast. There are also a couple of Caravan parks and a good number of hotels.

Loves Bay Kiama Airbnb

This one above at Loves Bay , just a few minutes’ walk from Easts Beach, is on our radar for our next visit.

Otis Deli – generous salads and mains prepared by ex- Ottolenghi head chef Emily Herbert is reason enough to get me in the car for the drive south. You can grab a table in the small dine-in area, but this is the perfect food to buy en route to your accommodation for an easy dinner.

Salads from Otis Deli in Kiama

Penny Whistler s – Worth a visit, even if you are not hungry for the view alone. Grab a drink and enjoy the outlook . If you are looking for a breakfast option, their zucchini and halloumi fritters, which come with a poached egg, are epic. They have a day and a night menu, so if you enjoy eating lunch at breakfast and breakfast at lunch, this is the place for you.

For coffee with a view, try Diggies at Blowhole Point . They offer coffee with a view and an extensive all-day breakfast menu. Try the Hungry Monkey in the terrace houses if you are a fan of those massive, almost monster-sized burgers that Instagram loves. They also have delicious healthy bowls and salads.

Plan your trip to Kiama

The Kiama region is an easy drive from Sydney or a relaxing and quite a scenic train trip if you travel down via the Grand Pacific Drive.

Kiama Sydney Map

Consider making the Kiama Visitors Centre near the Blowhole your first stop if you are a first-time visitor. Download all the stops listed and our Kiama map here.

It takes about 2hrs to 2hr 15 mins to reach Kiama, depending on whether you drive or take the train.

Drive : You have two choices from Sydney, the motorway via Campbelltown (M31) or the coast road (the A1), which is the most scenic option, including the stunning Grand Pacific Drive . At 121km, it will take you just under 2 hours, less if you live in Sydney’s southern suburbs. Alternatively, the M31 will take a similar time, especially if you live in the north of Sydney.

Train : The train from Central takes 2hrs 15 mins and travels via Wolli Creek, Hurstville, Sutherland and Wollongong. If you plan on doing the Kiama walk, you can get off at Minnamurra Train Station.

If you stay in Wollongong, it’s only 35km to Kiama or 45mins by train.

So there you go, our favourite things to do in Kiama, whether you have a day or a week to visit. What have we missed? Got any advice for our next visit?

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Can someone please tell me what air bnb that house is with the pool ASAP!

Sorry but I don’t think the listing is live at the moment. Maybe after Covid lockdowns end

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  14. Kiama South Coast

    Kiama South Coast small group day tour highlights. Picture Me is a luxury day trip specialist that offers a full day tour that immerses you in the mix of coastline, dairy countryside, remote secluded beaches and bush trails of the South Coast and Kiama. Kiama is considered one of the top 20 places to visit in NSW and with our day trip from ...

  15. Shellharbour Wild

    Shellharbour Wild offer Whale Watching Cruises from May to November. Begin your trip from the Shellharbour Marina by travelling south and exploring beautiful Bushrangers Bay and its turquoise calm waters. Enjoy a drive up north taking in the scenic views of Windang and Perkins Beach. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins who might cross your way.

  16. 16 Fun & mostly Free Things to do in Kiama

    View The Kiama Blowhole / Khanterinte. For over 100 years, the Kiama Blow Hole has been the number one stop for visitors from Sydney. It's still a draw card today, so pop in and look. The best way to find the blowhole is to head to Kiama Lighthouse. The blowhole was first spotted by explorer George Bass in 1797.

  17. Kiama Blowhole, Sydney

    Take in views of Sea Cliff Bridge from Stanwell Tops Lookout; hear Kiama Blowhole roar; stroll through the canopy or brave a zipline at the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk (own expense); admire the Fitzroy Falls; and opt to include a wine tasting. 10 hours. Free Cancellation. from. $268.10.

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  20. Kiama Scenic Tours

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