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  • Minnamurra

    The Minnamurra River marks the northern border of the Kiama area. Minnamurra, meaning ‘plenty of fish’ in the local Aboriginal language, is is a beautiful residential suburb, home to the mouth of the Minnamurra River, having wound its way down…

    Minnamurra Destinations
  • Kiama

    The name Kiama comes from the Aboriginal word Kiaram-a, which allegedly means ‘where the sea makes a noise’. Indeed this colourful town is famous for its blowhole – on the cliffs at Blowhole Point, waves surging into an underground cavity…

    Kiama Destinations
  • Kiama Heights

    A quaint residential community south of Kiama, Kiama Heights features some of the best views and scenery in the area. It’s within easy walking distance of Easts Beach, a secluded beach with beautiful views of Marsden Head. Its gentle waves…

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  • Kiama Downs

    Kiama Downs is a scenic and peaceful local township a few minutes drive north of Kiama. It is linked by cycleways and footpaths to Bombo Beach in the south, Minnamurra River in the north and Jamberoo in the west. Jones…

    Minnamurra Destinations
  • Jamberoo

    Head inland to Jamberoo, away from the sounds of the ocean, and you’ll be greeted by green rolling hills, quiet rural lanes, commuting cattle, and ancient rain forests. But don’t let those sleepy Illawarra Shorthorn cows fool you, this is…

    Jamberoo Destinations
  • Gerroa

    Gerroa sits merrily on its own headland facing the horizon-kissing curve of Seven Mile Beach, which translates to “seven miles of fun.” This is a playground for families, windsurfers and swimmers alike, and is the perfect place to learn to…

    Gerroa Destinations
  • Gerringong

    Gerringong is the quintessential holiday spot, famous for its chilled vibes all year round – where a sunrise surf or dip in one of the local rock pools remains one of the best ways to welcome a new day. There…

    Gerringong Destinations