Kiama Blowhole is a natural rock wonder where the water spouts 20 metres or more into the air. Located next to Kiama Lighthouse at Blowhole Point, this spectacular display is most impressive when sea’s run from the southeast.
When visiting the famous icon, why not spend some time picnicking in the shade of the Norfolk pines, or wander through the Pilot’s Cottage Museum next to the Visitor Information Centre to learn more about the colourful history of Kiama, from the time when cedar cutting, basalt quarries and dairy farming were alive in the town. If history’s not your thing, check out the numerous homeware and fashion shops along the main street before breaking for a coffee at one of the many quality cafes.
Whilst visiting the Kiama Blowhole you can enjoy the scenic views along the coast. It is also a great spot to view whales as they travel along the NSW coastline on their annual migration.Book Now