Kiama Harbour Cabins

Blowhole Point, Kiama, New South Wales, 2533, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on Blowhole Point, Kiama, is near Elise Pascoe International Cooking School.
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    Travel Blogs from Kiama

    Round and round we go . . .

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... where we were going to stop, so we ended up driving for about 5 kms before we could turn off and back track 7 kms North before we could once again find ourselves on the highway to come back down again! As I said, it was one of those days where we drove for ages, but didn't get very far at all! Maybe tomorrow we'll go further! (Wow, as I'm sitting on the bed typing this, the wind is rocking the van quite fiercely! Sure hope we don't topple over during the ...

    Ivan the Vantateic

    A travel blog entry by a2travel on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... false starts we are on our way to Kiama, and we a very happy. A four year old birthday party and camping in Ivan. Ivan is at full capacity on his first night since Ruth is set on sleeping with us . Which ends up being a dream machine for Ruth and Adam and a snore factory for Alison.

    The birthday party was a success as the Kiama yummy mummies looked on. I thought I was seeing double - lots of twins what are they putting in the water??

    Blown away

    A travel blog entry by shobden on Jan 05, 2014

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    ... confirmed it for us!
    Friday morning required an early shopping trip prior to R & A's return. Still there was time for an afternoon dip in the pool and a later meal together. Saturday began with a good walk for Ruth and myself with a coffee to reward our efforts before returning home. While Ruth and Al attended a late afternoon wedding, P and I did a bit more of the coast walk southwards. After ...

    A lovely seaside Historic town

    A travel blog entry by 2013-4downunder on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... of us to the bluffs to look down on the ocean below and decided that if you hooked a ball coming down this side of the golf course it was definitely a 'goner'. As the sun dropped down our shadows across the greens were almost 30 feet long, we didn't realize that we were that tall! To end a beautiful dy, as we walked back up the sloping fairway to our apartment the sun set behind the hills in a glorious gold and black sky, what a long but perfect day.


    Coastal Sightseeing between Sydney and Melbourne,

    A travel blog entry by saskiarutz on Nov 13, 2013

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    ... National Park. If you cross the road, dirt road on the map but surfaced in reality, you are at a very lonely and natural beach. South Durras beach looks great! The only people at the beach are the 4 of us and a class of teeny school kids that are camping besides us in the holiday park. We spend an hour looking at the waves and the children keep running in and out the water. We like it here.

    Good night from South Durras, we’re moving down south again ...