Kiama Blowhole is the largest in the world and has a viewing platform with disabled access that gives great views of the Kiama blowhole; there are pathways that lead around the Blowhole giving more impressive views of this natural attraction.
The landmark has attracted people to the region for over 100 years and it was first sighted by George Bass in 1797 when he anchored his whale boat in the sheltered bay, now known as Kiama Harbour, however, he was not the first to discover this beauty, as local Aboriginals had for generations referred to it as the Khanterintee.
Some of the lovely walks with breathtaking views at the Kiama Blowhole...
The Blowhole is a short distance from the town centre and train station. There are picnic areas as well as a rock pool nearby.
While the less famous Little Blowhole (referred to by locals) is much smaller than the famous Big Blowhole, due to its narrow shape, it is more reliable than the Big Blowhole and you are almost guaranteed to see the spray blow its mighty force in right sea conditions making it a very spectacular sight!