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Family enjoying the Kiama Coast Walk

Family Fun

Are we there yet?

The Kiama area loves families, and the feeling appears to be mutual — with our blend of shared experiences, action-packed adventure and genuine wow moments. From water theme parks and ziplines to beaches, biking, creative workshops and cool museums, there’s something for all ages and attitudes. Be sure to check out our ‘clever kids checklist’ for excellent idea starters.

Woman riding a Flying Fox at Illawarra Treetop Adventures

Roll up, roll up!

Keeping the family entertained while on holiday can be a tricky task. Kids have seen it all before, right? Wrong!

The Kiama area knows a thing or two about keeping families happy, serving up things like world-class water theme parks, countryside mazes, tree-top towers and Australia’s highest zip-line ride. Unique, exciting, and fun for any age.

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Family enjoying the Kiama Coast Walk

School holidays sorted

It’s easy to bust the cliché school holiday boredom in a place like this. Try lessons on Australia’s best learn-to-surf beach. Get creative with art workshops or kids activities at Kiama Library. Bounce and splash on the giant inflatable pool toy all year round at the Leisure Centre or try your hand–um, foot, at Jamberoo’s footgolf course. Want more? Skateboarding, fishing, movies, museums, trampolining — the hardest thing will be deciding what to do!

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Everyone stay together

We have an accommodation to sort your style and budget. Our five beachside holiday parks are hard to beat having easy access to the sandy stuff and including juicy extras like BBQ facilities, pools and the perennial favourite — the jumping pillow. There are also plenty of self contained and holiday rentals perfectly suited to families (many are pet-friendly too). Add in free WiFi at many places including Kiama’s town centre, and everyone’s happy.

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Birds Eye View of the Boneyard

Unplugged and unspoilt

Our little piece of paradise offers a chance for families to experience holidays like they used to be: reconnecting with nature and unplugging from the world.

Explore the coast and inland by foot or by bike, marvel at the waterfalls and blowholes (reverse waterfalls!), swim rivers, beaches and rockpools, skim stones or simply gaze up at the night sky.

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