If you get the chance then go out to the Minnamurra Rainforest... They have a tourist information centre, board walks to waterfalls, souvenirs, cafe, picnic area, guided tours etc...
It's open daily from 9 am to 5 pm (except Christmas Day)
There is a fee of $11 per car to get into the park.
- Family Travel
- Budget Travel
- Hiking and Walking
The Kiama Blowhole is behind the lighthouse. The Blowhole is basically a hole in the centre of an ancient rock system, underneath is the ocean clashing with the rocks on the underlay and causing it to spurt out- great sound- amazing sight.
You must walk down to see the blow hole... but do be careful. There were people wandering beyond the warning signs and they were just asking for trouble. The blow hole was quite spectacular as it was.. and there was an immense variety of people visiting it.
Storm Bay is located at the bottom of Blowhole Point Road . A lawned area and seats are nearby where you can sit and be entranced by the rush of water into this rocky bay.
THE COURT HOUSE
The courthouse, built in 1861, is one of the oldest-surviving public buildings on the south coast.
Extensions to it were made later in the century.
- Historical Travel
It was fun to just stand back and watch the Blowhole- as its very unpredictable sometimes it just spurts out mist while other it spurts out metres high.
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