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  • Cool kid’s activities for the July school holidays

    With the school holidays just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to pack a bag, jump in the car and head to the Kiama coast. We’ve rounded up some of the best holiday activities – whether you’re chasing waterfalls or watching whales the Kiama area is the ideal playground, for kids big and small.

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  • Romantic weekends on the South Coast

    With uninterrupted stretches of coastline, breathtaking views, nature walks and no shortage of places to sample the region’s award-winning food and wine, the Kiama area is the perfect destination for a romantic getaway.

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  • Season of sunsets

    Winter may bring the blues for some, but nature certainly doesn’t agree around here. Keep your eyes on our local skies as the rainbow-hues of dawn and dusk play.

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  • Best Time Whale Watching South Coast Kiama

    Whale, hello there!

    Wanting to catch a glimpse of the gentle giants of the sea? Early May is a great time to spot the first whales of the annual migration off Kiama’s stunning coastline.

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  • Family playing on the beach in Kiama

    Summer fun: school holiday activities in the Kiama area

    The summer school holidays are a great time for kids to explore new things, find exciting adventures and make new friends. Take them on an holiday they’ll love and enjoy bragging about come the new school year.

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  • Catch a break: a local’s guide to the area’s best surf spots

    With dozens of diverse reef and beach breaks (all within a short 20-minute drive from each other), it’s no surprise the Kiama area has bred champion surfers such as Sally Fitzgibbons and Ali Day. Here, one of Kiama’s next-gen surfing stars, 15-year-old Bayley Daniels, shares his favourite local breaks and swimming spots.

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