Kiama Hotel & Accommodation

Nestled in the South Coast of NSW, Kiama is a charming township famous for its blowhole and spectacular coastline. Abundant in pristine beaches, rolling green pastures and heritage architecture, there's plenty to see and do in Kiama - whether you're looking for a relaxing escape or an invigorating coastal adventure.

Kiama accommodation is fairly typical of a NSW beach town, with plenty of bed and breakfasts, serviced apartments, cosy inns and seaside hotels to choose from. Regardless of your budget, preference or tastes, there are plenty of charming hotel options for you and your travel group to choose from.

Kiama is synonymous with the Kiama blowhole, one of the most well known spots in the South Coast region and rightly so. In certain conditions the natural attraction can spray water up to 25 metres into the air, proving a spectacular sight for visitors to the area. There's also a smaller blowhole nearby which, in the right conditions, can be equally as impressive.

Pilot's Cottage museum is another one of the town's popular attractions, once an active quarry which has now been repurposed as a museum run by the Kiama Historical Society, tracing back the origins of the South Coast town.

Take the Kiama Coast Walk, one of the best ways to experience the stunning natural beauty of Kiama's coastal landscape. Passing a number of sheltered beaches, rocky cliff formations and eventually reaching the Kiama Lighthouse and Blowhole Point, exploring Kiama on foot is a must if you're seeking an active tour in the region.

Events throughout the year include Folk by the Sea and Kiama's Regional Wine Show, attracting big numbers of regional and interstate visitors to the coastal town.

Nearby Gerringong and Shellharbour are two other popular spots on the South Coast of NSW, perfect for a day trip from Kiama or a stop-over on the drive down from Sydney to the coastal region. Whether you're heading to the South Coast for a weekend or even longer, there's plenty to see and do in the region renowned for its lovely locales and dramatic coastlines.