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Kiama is a township in the Illawarra region in New South Wales. It is approximately 120 km’s south of Sydney situated along the east coast and is bypassed by the Princes Highway to the west.
The name Kiama is derived from the Aboriginal word “kiarama” which means “place where the sea makes a noise”.
A popular tourist seaside town showcasing heritage architecture, handmade dry stone walls and rolling green pastures, Kiama attracts many for its pristine uncrowded surf beaches with the main attractions being the Kiama Blowholes. The most renowned and larger of the blowholes, situated near the Kiama Lighthouse is a natural rock formation where water spouts 20 metres or more into the air, most spectacular when seas run from the...

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Kiama is a township in the Illawarra region in New South Wales. It is approximately 120 km’s south of Sydney situated along the east coast and is bypassed by the Princes Highway to the west.
The name Kiama is derived from the Aboriginal word “kiarama” which means “place where the sea makes a noise”.
A popular tourist seaside town

Kiama is a township in the Illawarra region in New South Wales. It is approximately 120 km’s south of Sydney situated along the east coast and is bypassed by the Princes Highway to the west.
The name Kiama is derived from the Aboriginal word “kiarama” which means “place where the sea makes a noise”.
A popular tourist seaside town showcasing heritage architecture, handmade dry stone walls and rolling green pastures, Kiama attracts many for its pristine uncrowded surf beaches with the main attractions being the Kiama Blowholes. The most renowned and larger of the blowholes, situated near the Kiama Lighthouse is a natural rock formation where water spouts 20 metres or more into the air, most spectacular when seas run from the southeast and lit during night hours till 1am, exhibiting a most impressive sight.
The town features a diverse range of accommodation for visitors, including apartments, beach houses, holiday and caravan parks and B&B’s. It has a high school, state primary school, a variety of alfresco dining and café options, library, parks and playing fields and is home to the Kiama Municipal Council. There is also a sports complex and Leisure Centre.
The 22 kilometre scenic Kiama Coastal Walk,which begins at Minnamurra and wanders past the headlands, rivers, beaches, Kiama’s town centre to Blowhole Point and further on around bays and beaches to the smaller blowhole is popular for locals and tourists alike.

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