Kiama Heights is a small suburban town located in the local government area of the Municipality of Kiama in the state of New South Wales. The suburb’s name is derived from an Aboriginal word that means “where the sea makes a noise.” Tourists will get to spend a great time while staying in Kiama Heights because of the many different travel sights and attractions. The suburb is part of the Kiama-Kiama Heights district. Some of the tourist landmarks in the suburb and in surrounding areas include the Easts Beach, the Little Blowhole Reserve, Black Beach, Kendalls Beach, Surf Beach and the Kiama Sports Complex. These destinations offer a wide selection of leisure activities that suit the varying individual preferences of tourists.