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Surfing in the Kiama Region, Photography by Phil Winterton


Take your pick, take your time

The area naturally caters to every kind of visitor, of all backgrounds and all ages – from couples, families and backpackers to grey nomads, groups of friends and even colleagues. There is truly something for everyone. The thrill seekers, the explorers and those wanting something more relaxed and nurturing…come and see for yourself.

People enjoying coffee in the Kiama Region, Photography by Peter Izzard

Eat & Drink

Our local venues truly step up to the plate – offering award-winning cuisine to suit every appetite. Choose from French to Japanese, seafood to vegan, gourmet burgers to nourishing salads, gelato, pizza, pasta and much more. Coffee lovers rejoice, with dozens of quality cafes right across the Kiama area. There’s a wonderful mix of vibes to choose from – from cosy bookshop baristas, cute cottages and minimalist delis through to retro vinyl-spinning haunts, outdoor courtyards and upmarket people-watching hotspots. Fresh produce is plentiful, on offer every Wednesday at Kiama’s seaside farmers’ markets and featured on the mouthwatering local menus of many of our restaurants.

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Cathedral Rocks, Photography by Ian Hollis

Natural Wonders

It’s hard to single any one thing out because nature is on display at every turn – from the volcanic rock flows that form our coastline and its spectacular blowholes through to the lush rolling hills, tumbling waterfalls and panoramic lookouts of the western fringes. That’s simply the nature of things here, where our abundant natural backdrop is always ready to become the main player in your next adventure.

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Outdoor Activities & Adventures

For some, a true escape means being outside, grabbing a board, hopping on a bike, pounding a trail, hitting a ball or casting a line. Whether you like surfing waves or serving aces, whether your passion is paddling, pedaling, putting or anything else, chances are you can do it here – with an abundance of outdoor experiences to suit experts and beginners alike and fuel your next adventure.

There’s something refreshing yet familiar about enjoying your favourite outdoor pursuit in a new location. Luckily for you, Kiama has a long list of places tailor-made to suit all interests – everything from a spectacular morning jog or paddle to a great fishing spot, secret surf break or golf holes where stunning scenery is par for the course.

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Kiama Coast Walk - Peter Izzard Photography

Nature Walks & Wildlife

The sound of birds in the ancient cedar rainforest. A giant splash from a humpback whale offshore. The majestic silence of sunrise from a cliffed headland. When you visit, be sure to bring all your senses – because this is nature’s playground.

Our unique coastal topography sets the scene for the Kiama Coast Walk with its many options to complete small sections of it, it’s ideal for all ages and abilities. Meanwhile, Budderoo, Seven Mile Beach National Parks and Barren Grounds Nature Reserve are within half an hour of Kiama, showcasing wildflowers, rare plant and birdlife plus fabulous views.

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Shopping in the Kiama Region, Photography by Peter Izzard

Markets & Shopping

For many, the boutique shopping here is as much a drawcard as our golden beaches, green rolling hills and relaxing vibe – and some of Kiama’s stores have responded by producing their own guide (available at the Visitor Information Centre). Or take a short drive to nearby Gerringong and Jamberoo to discover a mix of coastal chic, vintage treasures and a popular surf shop. These are the places where the boutique shopping essence is truly captured – searching corners for one-of-a-kind items in a one-of-a-kind corner of the world.

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