The town of Kiama on the New South Wales south coast certainly captured our hearts (and then some!) With rolling green farmland that meets stunning coastline, there is something for everyone in a region that celebrates local food, wine, community, and coastline equally.
With local cafes serving fresh produce, a lighthouse that overlooks the roaring blowhole, and the Kiama coast walk which takes you 22 kilometres past headlands, rivers, beaches, the town centre, to Blowhole Point and Little Blowhole, where you can swim and snorkel at various points along the way.
Anyway, If you still need more convincing, here are 10 Instagram pics we loved showing you exactly why Kiama is the place to visit. Love to know your thoughts in the comments below!
1. Cathedral Rocks at sunrise
'This photo was taken at #sunrise at Bombo – wave after wave crashing against the #incredible rock formations left abandoned as part of the disused quarry… One of my #favourite places to shoot in #NewSouthWales. It's a stunning spot – one that you'll be able to experience yourself on the upcoming #CanonCollective in #Kiama! All four events are free, but places are limited and you'll need to register to reserve your spot! Just visit canon.com.au/collective to register.' Image by @siobhan_marren Tag your #ocean images @canonaustralia or #canonaustralia for a chance to be featured.
2. Fresh, local produce made by passionate producers
3. The town icon, the lighthouse
4. The stunning beaches and colours in the sky
5. The wild coastline
6. Where rolling green farmland meets stunning coastline
7. The green, green jungle
8. Natural swimming pools
9. A stunning harbour
10. One of the best coastal walks you will find
What do you love about Kiama or the New South Wales south coast?