Things To Do

Things to do in the Kiama area

There’s a very clear reason why The Pavilion Kiama is such a popular destination for conferences and events. The clue is in the name – because Kiama is not just the host for your gathering. It also offers a host of unique experiences and opportunities to add value and make incredible new memories. Whether enjoyed before or after your event or incorporated into the itinerary as a team-building activity, the resourceful Kiama region offers something for everyone (even if you don’t realise it yet!). From the lofty heights of the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk and eco-zipline tour to the tranquil ancient beauty of Minnamurra Rainforest, surf lessons, golf courses, microbrewery and wine tours, Segway riding and gourmet cooking workshops – our professional team can tailor a range of activities to suit your event.

We want to help make your event the best ever – get in touch with our team today. You can also visit the Destination Kiama website or download the Kiama Visitor Guide.


Kiama Blowhole and Kiama Lighthouse

The biggest natural Blowhole in the world. Located on the headland next to Kiama Lighthouse and Kiama Visitors Centre.

Kiama Coastal Walk

Picturesque 22 km Kiama Coastal Walk begins at Minnamurra and travels past headlands, rivers and beaches, towards the Blowhole, past the Little Blowhole ending at Werri Beach. Visit website

Kiama Golf Club

Scenic 18 hole golf course, nestled between Minnamurra River, Rangoon Island and the Pacific Ocean. Visit website

Buena Vista Farm

Local farm located in Gerringong providing cooking workshops and local farm produce. Visit website

South Coast Wineries

From Kiama to Bawley Point, experience award winning wines on the beautiful South Coast of NSW. Visit website

Boutique Shopping

Away from the bright lights of the city, there is a wealth of unique shopping to be found in the finest boutiques around the beautiful historic seaside town of Kiama located on the South Coast of NSW. Some tucked away off the main strip, others hidden in plain sight, Kiama is packed with places perfect for picking up something a little different.


Little Blowhole

Often more consistent than the Kiama Blowhole. A viewing platform enhances enjoyment of the spectacle. Located at 19 Tingira Crescent, Kiama.

Spring Creek Bird Hide

The observation hide located between the lagoon and freshwater lake enables a close up view of water birds including cormorants, chicks, moorhens, coots, swans and many other local species. Located at Glenbrook Drive, Kiama.

Segways Tours South Coast

Experience Kiama on a Segway, tremendous corporate activity for your next conference. Utilise The Pavilion’s surrounding ovals with a Segway course. Visit website

Jervis Bay Wild

Explore Jervis Bay by a cruise boat, whale watching and dolphin tours available. Visit website

Minnamurra Rainforest

The Minnamurra Rainforest is a multi award winning attraction located in Budderoo National Park, a short 15 minute drive west of Kiama past the village of Jamberoo (off Tourist Drive No: 9). Visit website

Jamberoo Golf Club

Experience the natural beauty and the challenge of a course designed to suit all levels of golfing skills. Visit website

Jamberoo Action Park

Splash into Jamberoo Action Park for a slipping and sliding day of fun of jam-packed, heart racing water rides and attractions. Variety of fun for adults, children and families. Visit website


Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk

The award winning Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures is one of Australia’s premier treetop walk and zipline experiences. High above the native rainforest, the treetop walk features two gently swaying cantilevered arms, and a central tower raised nearly 50 metres from the forest floor. Visit website

Gerringong Golf Club

Located south of the Gerringong township, providing spectacular views both across the ocean with a Par 72. Visit website

Kiama Family History Centre

The aim of the Centre is to assist researchers in their quest for knowledge about their family history and provide to information about the social history that impacted on the everyday lives of their ancestors. Visit website

Gerringong Heritage Museum

Dedicated to our pioneers, exhibits include Kingsford Smith’s history and display, dairying and fascinating scale models of the area. Visit website

Kiama Leisure Centre

Kiama Leisure Centre is a multifunction facility developed by Kiama Municipal Council incorporating the local pool, gym and recreational activities. Visit website


More points of interest

View or download a curated selection of things to do in Kiama for conference groups. You can also visit the Destination Kiama website or download the full Kiama Visitors Guide for more inspiration.