Kiama

Beaches
Boneyard

A short walk from the road is this incredible spot in the south of Kiama Downs. Offers good surfing in the right conditions and also good snorkelling. Can be busy on weekends but usually quiet enough to make it a great place to relax.

Bombo Beach

Long beach just north of Kiama. Plenty of space on the waves here and fairly good surf. Good overnight camping right in front of the beach with toilets and showers.

Attractions
Cathedral Rocks

Clamber over the rocks at the southern end of Jones Beach to find this rocky outcrop. Good photo op. There is a cave at the end of the beach to check out. The beach itself is quite nice.

Bombo Quarry

Spectacular spot for photos on the Bombo Headland. Especially good at full tide.

Blowhole Point

Kiama’s famous blowhole is just off the main street. Can be quite spectacular when conditions are right. Lit up at night. Also a very nice ocean swimming pool here.

Little Blowhole

Though it is called ‘little’ its quite impressive. There is a viewing platform and you can walk along the headland to Easts Beach.

The Kiama Coastal Walk

From the start to Kiama takes about 2 hours with beautiful sights and beaches along the way. Including Cathedral Rocks, the Boneyard Bombo and the quarry. From Kiama the second section of the track continues on for another 1 1/2 hours to Loves Bay. Past Kiama's blowholes and beaches. From Loves Bay there is another section to Gerringong. Very accessible and beautiful walk.

Minnamurra Rainforest

Boardwalks through a beautiful rainforest to a nice waterfall. Go early in the morning for the best chance at seeing wildlife like lyrebirds and wombats. Nice place for a BBQ.

Saddleback Mountain

Great views from this point.

Illawarra Fly

Lots of fun and a great view.