The Sebel Harbourside Kiama

Address: Cnr (31) Shoalhaven & Minnamurra Sts, Kiama, New South Wales, 2533, Australia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Cnr (31) Shoalhaven & Minnamurra Sts, 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

      6 photos

      ... we weren't in a hurry to get anywhere particular, I thought we might as well check it out. What a surprise!!! It turns out that we were about 1300 feet (400m) above sea level looking over sheer cliffs down to the cities & towns below. (Check the photos!) V: - Paul decided to pop in and say hello to the guys who fitted our turbo in the van on the way up, so we had to back track a few blocks to find them. Then we thought we would go and visit the ...

      Road Trip 1, Sydney to Kiama

      A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Apr 03, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... point, but the waves weren't big enough to blow, however they did moan a bit. The visitor centre had a tea towel for me...yippee. On the way back to the hotel we saw some Australian magpies. They sang beautifully until I tried to record them...silence.

      The weather is hot and humid. John and I plan to have showers, beers and get this blog uploaded.
      Off to Canberra tomorrow, over the mountains. Wowsers we're having a super time. Xx
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      What a day, faith in humanity restored.

      A travel blog entry by richyb on Jan 30, 2014

      ... now, because I'd be there all day, just so many splendid views. I managed to stay off the highway most of the day which was good, the only thing is it means navigation gets a lot harder. I got to Kiama without many issues a few premature turns meant I was often having to turn round again. In Kiama there's a blowhole, which is meant to be worth seeing, unfortunately it wasn't blowing today which was a shame. The waves would hit the cliff then the water would work its way through the ...

      Blown away

      A travel blog entry by shobden on Jan 05, 2014

      29 photos

      ... br> Tuesday morning meant a quick shopping trip into town to prepare lunch four our good friends from Bundanoon. Andrea, Sue( fellow pom) and her 2 teenage daughters brought smiles and laughter when they arrived just before lunch. A quick walk to the beach established its suitability for swimming but the pool in the garden was a big attraction too so lunch was delayed until Andrea and I and the 2 girls had ...

      Look Both Ways

      A travel blog entry by beccacarss on Jul 22, 2013

      1 comment

      ... we ate at Subway and McDonalds, both of which taste so much better in a foreign land. My subway sandwich was to die for, even though it was the same sandwich I have been eating for the past 10 years and the eggs on my Macca's brekky were real! And don't even get me started on TimTam's. They are "the most irresistible chocolate biscuit". The only think lacking the food department is vegemite. It looks ...