Kiama is a seaside town, which is located on the east coast of Australia, about 120kms south of Sydney. Bordered in the east by golden beaches, and in the west by rugged rainforest, and relatively close to Sydney, Kiama is a popular tourist destination. Kiama features several popular caravan parks, surfing beaches and numerous restaurants and alfresco cafes.
In Kiama is a nice Hindmarsh Park, where we can relax and enjoy. Beaches in Kiama are Jones Beach, Kendalls Beach, Bombo Beach, Surf Beach, Easts Beach, Werri Beach and Seven Mile Beach. The city attracts a big number of day trippers. Sometimes was Kiama the site of two strong volcanic flows, named the Gerringong Volcanics.
The most popular attraction of the market and fishing town of Kiama is the Blowhole. When seas are surficiently high to force water geyser-like through a rock fissure, the spout can reach a magnificent 60 metres in height.