The Sebel Harbourside Kiama
Kiama is a pretty coastal town 120 km south of Sydney in the Illawarra region, with a population of about 12,500 people. Its most popular attraction is the Kiama Blowhole and it also features several popular surfing beaches, a working harbour and numerous cafes and restaurants.
Many historic buildings are still intact and visitors can enjoy heritage walks, using the guides available from the Kiama Visitor's Centre on Blowhole Point.
For tips on what to do and see if you extend your stay, visit http://www.kiama.com.au/
For breathtaking scenery, relax and take the train, or if you’re driving, exit the Freeway at the Royal National Park and travel south via the Grand Pacific Drive – 140km of spectacular scenery and coastline including beautiful coastal rainforests, sheer cliffs, quaint coastal villages and the impressive 665 metre Sea Cliff Bridge. Visit http://www.grandpacificdrive.com.au/