One of New South Wales' biggest cities, Wollongong has prospered in its time, but managed to keep..Kiama Information
Of the coastal resorts south of Sydney, Kiama (located 90 minutes south of Sydney) is probably the..Stanwell Tops Information
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Port Kembla - Spring Hill is an established industrial and residential area, with residential areas..Gerringong Information
The villages of Gerringong and Gerroa are located just 10 minutes south of Kiama and Scenic Drive..Minnamurra Rainforest Information
An elevated boardwalk will take you through several types of rainforest, post notes (storyboards)..Shellharbour Information
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Five Islands Nature Reserve is located near Port Kembla off the NSW south coast. It covers 24..North Beach Information
North Beach, Illawarra is located near to the city centre and the beautiful harbour of Woollongong...Royal National Park Information
Royal National Park is situated on 15,080 hectares and was the second national park in the world...See all locations in Illawarra
The Illawarra is a key region of Australia, contributing considerable resources to the national economy. Sub-regions: Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama, Shoalhaven and Wingecarribee.
The Illawarra region is a leading grain and coal exporter, home to the largest integrated steel plant in the southern hemisphere, a national centre for metal fabrication and engineering and has emerged as a centre of excellence in advanced technology research and development.
The region also possesses extensive livestock, wood and maritime enterprises, an internationally recognised university, substantial tourism capacity, a population of more than 400,000 and a labour force in excess of 170,000 people.
This wealth of resources is perfectly complimented by the region’s stunning physical beauty, making it an ideal place to combine outstanding business success with a great lifestyle. The natural attractions of the region are well supplemented by high standard tourism services and facilities. The region provides a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, entertainment and conference facilities.
The climate is warm and humid with moderate to high rainfall. Daily temperature ranges are between 11.9 and 22.5 degrees Celsius. Most inland areas display more mild annual temperature ranges of between 9.3 and 18.8 degrees Celsius.
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North Coast NSW is a beautiful region which stretches from just north of Sydney and the stunning..South Coast NSW Information
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An essential Sydney experience.. Incorporating the harbour's islands and much of the Foreshore..Snowy Mountains Information
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The Hunter Region is an area of wineries, mountains and historic towns. The glorious Hunter Valley..See all locations in New South Wales