The seaside suburb of Wombarra is part of the council of the City of Wollongong. The town derives its name from the Aboriginal term for “black duck”. Wombarra grew in the 1880s due to the coal mining industry in the area, with villages established around the coal mines. Lawrence Hargrave Drive serves as Wombarra’s main street and provides a scenic drive through the northern suburbs of Wollongong for day trippers and people going on road trips. Wombarra can be accessed by railway, and the town has a Catholic church, a cemetery and a lawn bowls club. Being close to the sea, Wombarra offers opportunities for a variety of water activities including surfing. Residents relax at the Wombarra Bowling and Recreation Club by playing barefoot bowling and eating a delicious meal at a bistro by the sea.
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