These two amazing natural wonders are a must see when visiting Kiama.
Kiama's famous Blowhole is the largest in the world! A viewing platform with disabled access gives good views of Kiama blowhole. This landmark has attracted people to the region for over 100 years, was first sighted by George Bass when he anchored his whale boat in the sheltered bay, now known as Kiama harbour, in December 1797. It is estimated that 900,000 people visit the Blowhole per year to view the spectacular plumes of water that can be seen when the seas are running from the south east. Only a short distance from the town centre and railway station, the Kiama blowhole has picnic areas and rock pool nearby. The Kiama Visitors Information Centre are located nearby and are open 9am to 5pm. Public Toilets are always open, and Milk and Honey Cafe is located next to the Visitors Information Centre.
The Little Blowhole is situated just off Tingira Crescent three kilometres south of the Kiama Township. The spray reaches remarkable heights and can be viewed from a viewing platform or on the rocky foreshore. From here, you can walk around the headland south to Easts Beach. Works best when seas are from the North East.