A holiday in Wollongong is even better with a campervan or motorhome hire. Campers offer visitors the opportunity to travel at their own pace while enjoying modern conveniences, all at an affordable rate. VroomVroomVroom can assist you in comparing RV rental prices in Wollongong.
Wollongong has a long industrial history with coal mines, steelworks and ports, but it also offers great views of the ocean, with several popular beaches ideal for water sports. There is no shortage of things to do in both the city and its surrounds, including lively nightlife, local arts, botanic gardens, rainforests and distinct architecture. Visitors to the region enjoy bird-watching, bush walking, cycling, taking a ride on the Cockatoo Run scenic train, skydiving, surfing and swimming.
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BIG4 East Beach Holiday Park Kiama is situated at 30 Ocean Street, Kiama, and is an award-winning park that offers a wide range of accommodation including a wide range of villas and cabins, ensuite sites, and powered and unpowered camping sites. The 35-acre park features a beautiful mountain backdrop and beachfront views. Its facilities include a swimming pool and children’s wading pool, playgrounds, camp kitchen, barbecue areas, mini mart, cafe and a multi-purpose room.
Corrimal Beach Tourist Park is located at 2 Lake Parade at East Corrimal, in proximity to some of Wollongong’s popular attractions. The accommodation it offers includes cabins, powered van sites, and powered and unpowered campsites. Its facilities include a barbecue area, playground, laundry, camp kitchen, playground and bike hire.
Windang Beach Tourist Park is at 11 Fern Street, Windang. The park sits near Lake Illawarra and the Pacific Ocean, close by the attractions of both Shellharbour and Wollongong. Facilities include barbecue area, camp kitchen, playground, laundry and bike hire.
Crown Street Mall is Wollongong’s popular pedestrian-only street mall that stretches from the corner of Crown and Keira Streets to the Crown and Kembla Streets. The mall’s highlights include its architectural style, fountains, al fresco dining, Friday local market and several interesting local stores.
Puckey’s Estate Reserve is abundant in flora and fauna, and has recorded 136 species of birds alone. The estate lies by the beach near downtown Wollongong, and is a popular destination for bird watching, cycling, school and community group work and sightseeing.
Stanwell Park is a popular destination for both locals and tourist thanks to its local arts, beach, two lagoons, high sea cliffs, Kellys Falls, the Symbio Wildlife Park and cliffs above it are popular for hang gliding, paragliding and rock climbing.
Wollongong Botanic Gardens lies at the foot of Mount Keira within the suburb of Keiraville, Wollongong City. It was opened to the public in September 1970. Visitors can see the azalea banks, herb and rose gardens and several examples of rainforest. The site is popular for students who study plants as well as visitors who wish to enjoy the beauty of nature.
Wollongong Art Gallery is located at 46 Burelli Street, Wollongong. The venue features a range of artworks related to Australia’s cultural heritage and hosts interesting exhibits, public programs and events.