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One of New South Wales' biggest cities, Wollongong has prospered in its time, but managed to keep its mellow sensibility. It stands by example as a fine place to springboard into the rest..
Of the coastal resorts south of Sydney, Kiama (located 90 minutes south of Sydney) is probably the most attractive. A small resort and fishing town,
Kiama is famous for its star..
Stanwell Tops is a rural and residential area bounded by Otford and Lady Wakehurst Drive in the north, the locality of Clifton, the Illawarra Escarpment, the Wodi-Wodi Track, Stanwell Creek..
Port Kembla - Spring Hill is an established industrial and residential area, with residential areas located mainly in the south-east.
The residential and industrial areas are situated..
The villages of Gerringong and Gerroa are located just 10 minutes south of Kiama and Scenic Drive Number 3 should not be missed whilst visiting our area.
Good quality and variety of..
An elevated boardwalk will take you through several types of rainforest, post notes (storyboards) along the way explain the unusual features. Over 90 different species of ferns and over 80..
Shellharbour is the place for lovers of water sports. Whatever it is you care to do in the blue, there's a spot here for it, be it surfing, fishing or boating. Shellharbour is one of..
Five Islands Nature Reserve is located near Port Kembla off the NSW south coast. It covers 24 hectares and was created in 1960 to provide protection for the sea birds who come to the..
North Beach, Illawarra is located near to the city centre and the beautiful harbour of Woollongong. It is famous for good surfing, windsurfing and fishing and offers great family..
The Illawarra is a key region of Australia, contributing considerable resources to the national economy. Sub-regions: Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama, Shoalhaven and Wingecarribee.
Beautiful coastal and cliff views, beaches and picnic areas are Stanwell Tops best features. Bald Hill, Stanwell Park is a world class hang gliding site with paragliding, tandem flights and..
Lake Illawarra is a large tidal, salt water lake with a surface area of 35sq km and a 37km shoreline. The Lake is shallow although over 70 per cent of the lake is navigable. Home to flocks..
Discover the rich history of the Albion Park Township. See the relics left behind by our pioneers, and the foundations of our future. The heritage trail
starts at the Tongarra Museum in..
Belmore Basin played a large part in Wollongong's early development as a busy
sea port. There are barbecue and picnic facilities, restaurants and
All overlooking the..
Berkeley is an established residential area, with a small commercial area. Berkeley is named after an original property in the area, which was named after Berkeley Castle in the country of..
Coalcliff is a rural and residential area, and is known to be one of the first sightings on the east coast coal seam located underneath the Sea Cliff Bridge.
Coalcliff originated in 1797..
Named after the many foxes that used to call this flat rural area home, Foxground is located at the base of Saddleback Mountain. Viewable from the Saddleback Mountain Lookout, Foxground is..
The village of Gerroa is located just 10 minutes south of Kiama and is surrounded by farmlands, mountains and the pristine Pacific Ocean. South of Gerroa
stretches the magnificent Seven..
Helensburgh is a rural and residential area, is thought to be named after the town Scotland or after Helen Harper, the daughter of the Cumberland Coal Miner's Manager.
Otford is a rural and residential area. Otford is thought to be named after a village in West Kent, England. It was previously known as Bulgo.
Otford is bounded by the Sutherland Shire in..
Just over 7 kms south-west of Kiama and 600 metres above sea-level, there is a lookout atop Saddleback Mountain which offers views from the sand hills of Cronulla in the north to Pigeon..
Unanderra is a rural, residential and industrial area, with residential areas located mainly in the east. Unanderra - is bounded Unanderra railway line, the suburb of Farmborough Heights..
Wollongong is located in the Illawarra Region of New South Wales, about 80 kilometres south of Sydney. The entrance to City of Wollongong will be an
experience you won’t forget, whether..
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