Kiama has long been treasured as a holiday destination and has managed to maintain its charm without falling the way of the highrises which has spoilt other nearby areas.
Today we will spend time in the town of Kiama, taking in its most famous feature the ‘blowhole’. This is a rock formation at the edge of the sea which sends spumes of water high into the air as the fierce waves surge through the hole in the rocks and release their energy with a spectacular show of the power of nature.
We will spend time at the Pilots Cottage Museum where you can enjoy a talk on the history of Kiama before heading off to the town to explore the Terrace Houses, these are the most noted of Kiama’s shops are the row of nineteenth century terrace houses which have been converted into craft outlets with something for everyone.
Whilst you are there you may wish to have a look at the Old Fire Station Gallery. We will head over to the Kiama Leagues Club for our lunch and afterwards heading back to Sydney.