Kiama is an Australian township located 120 km south of Sydney. One of the town's main tourist hotspots is the local blowhole. The seaside town is home to several popular surfing beaches, and it is for this reason that this locale attracts a considerable amount of day trippers.
- Kiama Lighthouse
- Little Blowhole
- Jones Beach
- Go surfing at the aptly named Surf Beach
- Take a trip to see the Cathedral Rocks
- Visit Jamberoo Action Park in Kiama
Kiama enjoys an oceanic climate with mild winters and warm summers. Temperatures reach their highest levels of 25ºC in February and fall to their lowest level of 8ºC in July and August. Rainfall is experienced evenly throughout the year, with autumn being the wettest time in which to visit and spring being the driest.
Getting There & Around
Kiama is around 90 minutes away from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport. Tourists flying into this airport can catch a Cityrail train to take them downtown. A range of car rental agencies can be found at the airport, including Avis, Redspot, Hertz and Budget.
The town is served by a railway station, located on the South Coast Line. The area can be explored by bike or with the aid of a rental car or taxi; Premier Motor Service coaches travel daily in the vicinity.
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