Kiama Coast Walk North - Minnamurra River to Kiama Blowhole
Starting from Minnamurra Train Station, Minnamurra, Kiama Coast Walk North from Minnamurra River to Kiama Blowhole Track offers a captivating journey along the picturesque coastline. This is the first of the three sections of Kiama Coastal Walk. As you embark on this scenic walk, you'll encounter notable landmarks such as Ragoon Island (named after the 1870 shipwreck) and the striking Bombo Headland. Don't miss the opportunity to witness the magnificent Kiama Blowhole Lookout, where you can observe the powerful display of water shooting up from the blowhole. Besides the nearby quarry, you can make your way to Bombo Beach for a refreshing swim, but be mindful of the ocean conditions. Continuing along the Kiama coast, you'll reach Kiama Harbour, where you might be greeted by the presence of friendly and sizable stingrays, attracted by the fishermen's offerings. Keep an eye out for Humpback whales during the appropriate season. It's worth noting that this walk welcomes dogs, allowing you to enjoy the natural beauty in the company of your four-legged companion. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.