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Village Vibes

A warm welcome

A relaxed pace of life. An extra spring in your step. A deeper breath and wider smile. That’s the effect our small towns have on locals and visitors alike. Because it’s here amid our talented local artists, vibrant eateries, wondrous natural attractions, friendly local markets and signature events that you get to experience life as it should be: sustainably sharing the space with our natural surroundings and never taking it for granted.

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Make yourself at home

Welcome to our little piece of paradise, making up the towns and villages of  Kiama, Jamberoo, Gerringong, Gerroa, Minnamurra and Bombo.

Unassuming and loaded with laid-back vibes, our visitors often say the best part of their stay was the welcoming feel from the locals. From coastal wonders to lush valleys, your home away from home reminds you to take your time; do as little or as much as you like.

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Our creative community

If art and culture is the pulse of a place, then the Kiama area is most definitely alive and kicking – a rich and diverse hotspot for musicians, photographers, painters, writers, sculptors, performers, potters, filmmakers, jewellers and creators of all kinds.

Grab a coffee while admiring local artworks or a new exhibition; sit on the grass enjoying an outdoor festival, listen to live music over a local microbrewed pint or even partake in a crafty workshop. Everything from food to fashion, painting to pottery and much more!

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You're invited

Our calendar of festivals and events grows more exciting and diverse every year – including sporting, skateboarding and surfing festivals, fun runs and fishing, music festivals, fringe arts, food and wine, art, vintage cars, antiques, fireworks and so much more… And the best part? You’re invited!

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Kiama Blowhole, Photography by Phil Winterton

Where the sea makes a noise

Formed millions of years ago, Kiama’s iconic blowholes (x2!) are among the largest in the world – blasting out from ancient volcanic rock to thrill onlookers of all ages. 

In fact, Kiama is quite literally defined by these geological wonders – with the town’s name translated from the original indigenous language as “where the sea makes a noise”. And when the sea is just right, that world-famous “whoooosh” is certainly something to behold.

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