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Bulli Beach

Eastern end of Farrell Road, Bulli NSW 2516

This picturesque beach is 900 metres long and backed by sand dunes and a large parkland area ideal for family picnics and gatherings. This beach proves to be popular as the nearby caravan park houses many visitors all year round. Bulli is located 11 kilometres north of the Wollongong central business district. The Surf Club is located just to the south of the northern rocks. A small creek crosses south of the club house and backs the northern half of the beach. The southern half is more accessible from Woonona. A bike path runs behind the beach linking Bulli with Woonona Beach.

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Stanwell Park Beach

Stanwell Avenue, Stanwell Park NSW 2508

This pristine location at Stanwell Park Beach is ideal for families with a large reserve for picnicking and is located right on the beach. Surrounded by bushland, this proves popular for barbecues; and Sydneysiders for day trips. Stanwell Park is located 26 kilometres north of the Wollongong central business district.

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Jack Atley Gallery

111 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Stanwell Park NSW 2508

Visit the Gallery of multi award winning Australian photographer JACK ATLEY - WINNER of The Moran Prize - world's richest photographic award + Australian Press Photographer of the Year award. Original Limited Edition signature works made available to the public - The Jack Atley Gallery and online store offers original photographic artwork for your home, office or commercial space - signed, framed and in limited numbered release.

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Wodi Wodi Walking Track

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Stanwell Park NSW 2508

This is a 6.5 kilometre track, named after one of the Aboriginal tribes who lived along the Illawarra coast. The track has been designed to provide a comfortable one day circular trip, starting at Stanwell Park Station. Various points of interest are: Bullock Track used by European settlers (1820), Lawrence Hargrave House (1880) and Stanwell Park Lagoon. Picnic areas and lookouts will be encountered on the way.

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Bulli Black Diamond Heritage Centre

Park Road, Bulli Railway Station, Bulli NSW 2516

Bulli Black Diamond Heritage Centre is located at the Bulli Railway Station. The museum's focus is the preservation of the 1887 Bulli Railway buildings. On display is the South Bulli Number Two steam locomotive imported in 1888 and used until the early 1960's. The centre has a collection of maps and objects relating to local mining life and the Bulli Mine which once operated on the escarpment. The Bulli Mine was the first source of coal, colloquially known as black diamond. The Blinkco Room shows the social history of the area. School children enjoy seeing the difference in life in the 1930's to their life now. Heritage photos of Bulli, Woonona, Austinmer, Coledale, Stanwell Park , Bulli Railway Station, Nurse Taylor's Maternity Hospital, Housing and The Denmark Hotel are available.

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Matthew Gillett Gallery at Scarborough Hotel

383 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Scarborough NSW 2515

The Matthew Gillett Gallery plays host to a variety of exhibitions featuring the finest artworks in the South Coast region. Exhibitions rotate every eight weeks so you are sure to see something new and exciting each time you visit. The gallery curator and namesake has spent years travelling the world, painting and surfing. Matthew Gillett has now returned to the south coast to pursue his own passion for art and has created a space to exhibit some of the truly amazing works of artists across the region. The Scarborough Hotel is home to this magnificent gallery and with its beautiful Seacliff garden displaying fantastic views out to sea, along with an amazing breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. It is a must see destination for anyone travelling to the South Coast. All current collections are for sale.

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Thirroul Beach

The Esplanade, Thirroul NSW 2515

Thirroul Beach is one kilometre in length and faces east so it picks up swell from most directions. There's little wind protection at either end, although big southerly swells or southerly winds get slowed up somewhat by the Sandon Point headland. Thirroul Beach is patrolled September to April and there's a saltwater pool that's great for a swim.

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Activity Tours Australia

14 George Cheadie Place, Woonona NSW 2517
Activity Tours Australia is a small, family owned company that has been offering great value and fun day tours out of Sydney to the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley wine region since the late 1990s. You will love the action-packed day tours from the heart of Sydney to the Blue Mountains to experience wildlife, national parks, sightseeing and a relaxing river cruise. Try the Hunter Valley for wine and cheese tasting, take in the countryside and enjoy a fun day out. Or enjoy the Sydney Sights tours for a complete sightseeing experience. If you are part of a group, tailored private charters are very popular to all destinations. For more information on the company and the tours please visit the Activity Tours Australia web site, or call them at any time, 24 hours a day!
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Boutique Tours Australia

14 George Cheadie Place, Woonona NSW 2517
Boutique Tours Australia is a small, family-owned business specialising in small group tours to the best regional areas around Sydney. Their tours aim to take you beyond the crowded tourist traps to explore a region like a local, giving you the chance to immerse yourself in the food, wine, culture, nature, views and wildlife. The award-winning tours depart Sydney daily, returning in the evening. Group sizes are kept small to give you the opportunity to experience regions and events in a more personalised, flexible and intimate way. Boutique Tours Australia are not just about going somewhere - rather, they're about being somewhere, and experiencing the best that region has to offer, whether it's the spectacular views, the unique wildlife, or the world-renowned wines!.
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South Coast Scenic Tours

7/13 Luxor Street, Woonona NSW 2517
South Coast Scenic Tours is a family run business that provides a variety of flexible day and half day tours showcasing the beautiful Ilawarra, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands Regions and provides the opportunity to experience the amazing scenery, coastline and countryside that these areas have to offer. They also cater for those wishing to travel to the Blue Mountains or Sydney. They provide private charters, airport and cruise terminal transfers, cater for hens' parties, corporate days, farm days and stays, shopping trips, mystery tours and more in their comfortable 4WD (one to four persons) or their 20 seater Toyota Coaster. Larger parties can also be catered for. SCST is now also expanding into special one off events on offer in both Wollongong and Sydney, keeping things interesting and fresh and catering for a variety of tastes. Join SCST and let them look after you in comfort on your next adventure.
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Bald Hill Lookout

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Otford NSW 2508
Bald Hill is one of Illawarra, Australia's most well known and most popular lookouts situated a top the hill of that name. Not only are the views excellent, the area is also internationally known as a major hang gliding point. It was on the beach below Bald Hill that Lawrence Hargrave, an Australian pioneer of flight, experimented with box kites in the early part of the 20th century. A memorial cairn dedicated to him has been erected at the peak of the hill near the car park. Bald Hill overlooks the one and only Sea Cliff Bridge which extends along the Grand Pacific Drive a 140 kilometre award winning coastal drive beginning 45 minutes south of Sydney International Airport in the Royal National Park.
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Hang gliding Oz

Bald Hill Headland Reserve, Stanwell Park NSW 2508
HangglideOz offers the thrill of tandem hang gliding from world-famous Bald Hill in Stanwell Park and Hill 60 in Wollongong. On the hill, your instructor will assist with paperwork, a briefing and harness check. Take off is a few easy steps, then the exhilaration of soaring with a birds-eye view of Grand Pacific Drive. HangglideOz is a family owned business operating since 1987. Tony Armstrong, Chief Flying Instructor, ex Australian Freestyle Champion, is Australia's most experienced instructor, with over 33 years experience. HangglideOz is a full time school with five fully accredited and experienced instructors, offering the longest flights and operating from two sites. Professional high definition images and videos are available. Open seven days (weather permitting). This is a safe and easy introduction to hang gliding that can be tailored to meet your needs. Gift vouchers available. Must be 14 years of age or over. Weight limit applies.
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Sydney Hang Gliding Centre

Bald Hill (Launch site), Lady Wakehurst Drive, Stanwell Park NSW 2508
Go Tandem Hang Gliding with Chris Boyce from 'Bald Hill', Stanwell Park. The Sydney Hang Gliding Centre was established in 1982 and is Sydney's first and only full-time hang gliding centre. More people have chosen to fly with them than any other for several reasons. They have a perfect safety record, specialise in Hang Gliding and are available to take you flying every day, weather permitting. Located one hour south of the city by car or train and they can collect you from the Stanwell Park railway station. Check the City Rail South Coast timetable for your most suitable train. Sydney Hang Gliding Centre look forward to sharing this exhilarating experience with you.
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Articles Fine Art Gallery

111 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Stanwell Park NSW 2508
Articles Fine Art Gallery is situated in the lovely beachside village of Stanwell Park. Artist John Vander and his wife Frances own Articles. John has been a full time artist since 1976 and his work is represented in leading commercial galleries throughout Australia. The gallery features a large selection of John Vander's work, regular changing selections of painting, jewellery, ceramics and sculptures by major Australian artists. Articles Fine Art Gallery is conveniently located one hour south of Sydney and 30 minutes north of Wollongong.
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Kellys Falls

Lawrence Hargrave Drive (opposite Stonehave Street), Stanwell Tops NSW 2508
The picturesque waterfalls of Kellys Falls, is an easy five minute walk from the roadside, or cars can be driven right to the falls. Bush tracks offering scenic walks are available as well as barbecue and picnic areas. It is only a few minutes drive from the township of Helensburgh, where there is a hotel and shops for provisions. Water cascades over the rocks and drops into a pool, providing a relaxing soundtrack to your lunch at Kellys Falls picnic area, a beautiful spot to get back to nature. From this picnic area, you can walk up to one of four scenic lookouts to take in the views of waterfalls and the rainforest-lined gullies below. With satin bowerbirds, honeyeaters and wattle birds attracted by the flowering banksia, hakea, grevillea and towering Gymea lilies, it's a great place for birdwatching.
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Just Cruisin Motorcycle Tours

Stanwell Tops, Stanwell Tops NSW 2508
Cruise the Illawarra and surrounds with Just Cruisin' Harley Tours on a chauffeured trike, sidecar or solo motorcycle. Enjoy a sensory experience, feel the wind in your face, smell the surroundings, hear the motor, and see all around you without the constraints of a car. A motorcycle tour is vastly superior to anything else in thrill value and visual experience. Just Cruisin' Harley Tours includes the most spectacular drives in NSW. There is a range of packages to suit all individuals, or you can tailor a tour to the destination of your choice. Choose a tour or contact us to arrange your own - Just Cruisin' Harley Tours can do it. Just Cruisin' Harley Tours specialise in showcasing the beautiful Illawarra Coastline including the Sea Cliff Bridge and the Grand Pacific Drive. Just Cruisin' Harley Tours caters for any and all special events. Gift vouchers available for all occasions.
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Sea Cliff Bridge

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Coalcliff NSW 2508
The 665 metre Sea Cliff Bridge is a highlight along the Grand Pacific Drive. The bridge has become an icon to the people of Wollongong and the world, once again welcoming tourists annually to this picturesque coastal road. Opened in December 2005, the Sea Cliff Bridge offers visitors the chance to get out of the car and stretch their legs. It is also a great viewing platform for migrating whales heading north/south during migrating season. The Sea Cliff Bridge is accessible via pubic transport. Coalcliff station has trains running seven days. There is a steep incline from the train station to the bridge; the walk will take approximately 15 minutes from station to bridge. Bus stops are located on either side of the Sea Cliff Bridge. Premier Illawarra Bus No.2 provides services Monday to Saturday. For train and bus time tables please refer to Sydney trains and Premier Illawarra Buses.
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Coalcliff Beach

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Coalcliff NSW 2508
Coalcliff is located 24 kilometres north of the Wollongong city centre. This is a small beach in the northern suburbs, surrounded by rocks and cliffs. It is also a popular fishing spot. There is a salt water rock pool at the southern end of the beach. Explore the rocks for ocean life from this quite secluded beach. This beach is only patrolled from the commencement of the NSW school holidays in September until the end of April school holidays. Coalcliff beach is a on-lead dog friendly beach during certain times. Time sharing zone allowing access on the beach on leash in summer before 9am and after 6pm and in winter before 9am and after 4pm.
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Darkes Forest Riding Ranch

448 Darkes Forest Road, Darkes Forest NSW 2508
Family owned and operated, Darkes Forest Riding Ranch is set in native bushland just over an hour south of Sydney, and 30 minutes north of Wollongong. It's a great place to enjoy a trail ride or a lesson. Experienced ride leaders and instructors are keen to share their love of riding with people of all ages and experience levels - and safety is always the top priority. Activities and classes are designed especially for children and lessons are available for beginners and advanced riders of all ages. Darkes Forest want to make your visit safe and fun! Helmets provided for all riders. Enjoy the Lazy Haze Kiosk with a range of hot and cold food and specials each weekend. Purchase that special shirt, hat or other gift in the gift shop to take a bit of Darkes Forest home with you! There are barbecue, picnic facilities and ample parking.

Maddens Falls

Darkes Forest Road, Darkes Forest NSW 2508
Take the easy Maddens Falls walk to the lookout for a view of the waterfall dropping from Maddens Creek to the pools below. The short and easy walking track is a great one for walking with children. It's also ideal for birdwatchers so don't forget your binoculars - look for local residents like honeyeaters, red wattlebirds and golden whistlers.

Grand Pacific Drive - Sydney to Wollongong and Beyond

Grand Pacific Drive, Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Coalcliff NSW 2508
Experience Wollongong's spectacular coastal drive - the Grand Pacific Drive, between Sydney to Wollongong and beyond. Grand Pacific Drive is a 140 kilometre award winning coastal drive beginning 45 minutes south of Sydney's International Airport in the Royal National Park. Follow the directional signage... The Grand Pacific Drive signage creates a more interesting and meaningful experience guiding you through the significance of each region along the drive. The reassurance signs provide a list of key locations and distances along the drive ensuring drivers don't miss the iconic spots along the way. Wollongong is also a great place to stay with a huge mix of options from international hotel brands to quaint and unique bed and breakfasts to backpacker accommodation - Wollongong has something to offer any traveller. The drive then takes you through to the beautiful coastal towns of Shellharbour and Kiama and ends in the spectacular Shoalhaven region.

Boomerang Public Golf Course

167 Old Princes Highway, Darkes Forest NSW 2508
The Boomerang Public Golf Course is a beautiful 18 hole course located less than 60 minutes south of Sydney in Illawarra, NSW. The Pro Shop boasts magnificent views of the course and its surroundings. The venue offers function facilities for corporate golf, conferences and meetings, breakfast meetings, parties, birthdays, 21st birthdays, and weddings. The free barbecue facilities allow for you and your guests to bring your own food and drinks, allowing you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the spectacular views of the city and ocean while your steaks sizzle on the barbie.

Sublime Point walking track

Sublime Point Track, Austinmer NSW 2515
0.7km (one way) - 0.75 hour - Hard difficulty Sublime Point walking track is one of the iconic treks of the Illawarra escarpment, and a challenging walk through lush coastal rainforest to the plateau above with incredible scenic views. The steep climb is ideal for experienced bushwalkers and a great nature escape only an hour from Sydney, north of Wollongong.

Bulli Greyhound Racing Club

Grevillea Park Road, off Princes Highway, Bulli NSW 2516
The Bulli Greyhound Racing Club offers its patrons the best in race night facilities. They race every Friday night with the first race starting at 7pm. The fully enclosed bar and upstairs function area is fully air-conditioned. Punters can enjoy the a-la-carte menu in the restaurant, or a quick snack from the downstairs bar area. Bulli utilises the most modern totalisator facilities provided by TAB Limited On-Course Services (formerly known as Racecourse Totalisators Pty Ltd). Patrons can watch races live with uninterrupted views from the grandstand, concourse and function areas, or else watch the pictures projected on two large screens on the racecourse. Discounted group bookings are available.

Bulli Black Diamond Museum Heritage Centre

Bulli Railway Station, Franklin Avenue, Bulli NSW 2516
Bulli Black Diamond Museum Heritage Centre is located at the 1887 State Heritage listed Bulli Railway Station. South Bulli Mine's Number 2 steam locomotive (circa 1888) is on display - used until the early 1960s. The museum's focus is preserving the 1887 Railway Station buildings, which house a display of local railway and coal-mining heritage, including the old Coal Jetty. Colonists discovered coal, 'Black Diamond', locally in 1797. 76 years later, in 1863, mining commenced at Old Bulli, site of Australia's second worst disaster in 1887, where 81 perished. The museum houses a collection of maps and objects relating to local mines and mining life - including heritage photos of Bulli, its old coaching inns (The Denmark), nearby villages (Thirroul, Austinmer et cetera including Sherbrooke). The Blinkco Family Room shows social history, with contents from the Blinkco's Woonona home. School children enjoy comparing life in the 1930s to theirs today.

Austinmer Beach

Austinmer Beach, Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Austinmer NSW 2515
Austinmer Beach is one of Wollongong's most popular beaches, located just 25 minutes north of the central business district. Austinmer is well set up to cater to large summer crowds being patrolled September to April. It is located off Lawrence Hargrave Drive, with shops lining the western side and a large car park and park between the beach and the Drive. The Surf Club and other amenities occupying the southern half of this 250 metre long beach. Two large rock pools lie on the southern rock platform. The relatively small beach is wedged between two low headlands and their extensive rock platforms. It receives waves averaging 1.4 metres, which result in two strong permanent rips against the rocks at each end. Austinmer Beach is not dog friendly. However, Little Austinmer Beach located directly to the north is an off lead dog friendly beach.

Coledale Beach

Coledale Beach, Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Coledale NSW 2515
Coledale Beach offers a campers haven with a reserve right on the beach edge. There are fantastic views of the waves, and both ends of the beach are closed in with rock formations. Coledale Beach is located 18 kilometres north of the Wollongong central business district. This beach is only patrolled from the commencement of the NSW school holidays in September until the end of the April school holidays. North Wollongong Beach is the only beach in the area that is patrolled all year round. Coledale Beach is not a dog friendly zone, however, Sharkey's Beach located to the south is an off-lead dog friendly beach.

Scarborough Beach

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Scarborough NSW 2515
Situated in the small northern coast town of Scarborough, this small beach offers fantastic views of the coastline and the cliffs that lie above. There are parklands close by for families to use for picnicking. Scarborough is located 21 kilometres north of Wollongong central business district. Scarborough Beach occupies an area of more moderate slope. Down the slope towards the beach are a few houses, a small picnic area, and the surf club. Car parking is limited to the roads and is a problem in summer. Scarborough Beach is an Orange Zone/Time Sharing Dog beach. Time sharing zones allow dog access on the beach on leash in summer before 9am and after 6pm and in winter before 9am and after 4pm.

The Scarborough Hotel

383 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Scarborough NSW 2515
Situated on the cliff at Scarborough is the Scarborough Hotel. Recently renovated to its original grandeur and charm, the hotel boasts magnificent ocean views which have long been recognised and appreciated by locals and visitors alike. Relax and enjoy a meal in the Seacliff Garden Huts and Seacliff Garden Tables, or dine at the Fort Cafe.
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Sandon Point Beach

Blackall Street, Point Street, Bulli NSW 2516
Sandon Point Beach is extremely popular for surfing and many surfing tournaments have been held at this beach. There is plenty of parking and open reserve for picnics and gatherings. Sandon Point Beach is located at Bulli, 11 kilometres north of the Wollongong central business district. This pristine location is ideal for families, with a large reserve for picnicking located right on the beach. Surrounded by bushland, this proves popular for barbecues, and for Sydneysiders on day trips. Sandon Point Beach is a Dog Friendly beach during certain times of day. Time sharing zone allows access on the beach on leash in summer before 9am and after 6pm and in winter before 9am and after 4pm.
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Bellambi Beach

Robert Cram Drive, Bellambi NSW 2518
Bellambi Beach is at the southern end of a two kilometre stretch of beach and is backed by a reserve with distant mountain views. The beach is extremely popular for fishing with the boat ramp and small harbour near by. Bellambi is located seven kilometres north of the Wollongong central business district. Bellambi Beach continues south to the creek mouth and point, with a rock pool on the southern rocks. The Bellambi Surf Club is located behind the creek, and linked to the beach by a walkway. Bellambi Beach is an on-leash dog friendly beach during certain times. Time sharing zone allowing access on the beach on leash in summer before 9am and after 6pm and in winter before 9am and after 4pm.
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South Coast Scenic Tours

7/13 Luxor Street, Woonona NSW 2517
South Coast Scenic Tours is a family run business that provides a variety of flexible day and half day tours showcasing the beautiful Ilawarra, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands Regions and provides the opportunity to experience the amazing scenery, coastline and countryside that these areas have to offer. They also cater for those wishing to travel to the Blue Mountains or Sydney. They provide private charters, airport and cruise terminal transfers, cater for hens' parties, corporate days, farm days and stays, shopping trips, mystery tours and more in their comfortable 4WD (one to four persons) or their 20 seater Toyota Coaster. Larger parties can also be catered for. SCST is now also expanding into special one off events on offer in both Wollongong and Sydney, keeping things interesting and fresh and catering for a variety of tastes. Join SCST and let them look after you in comfort on your next adventure. ...
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Sydney Hang Gliding Centre

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Stanwell Park NSW 2508
Go Tandem Hang Gliding with Chris Boyce from 'Bald Hill', Stanwell Park. The Sydney Hang Gliding Centre was established in 1982 and is Sydney's first and only full-time hang gliding centre. More people have chosen to fly with them than any other for several reasons. They have a perfect safety record, specialise in Hang Gliding and are available to take you flying every day, weather permitting. Located one hour south of the city by car or train and they can collect you from the Stanwell Park railway station. Check the Sydney Trains South Coast timetable for your most suitable train. Sydney Hang Gliding Centre look forward to sharing this exhilarating experience with you....

Australis Canoes

5 Watts Lane, Bellambi NSW 2518
Australis Canoes have a hire fleet that consists of canoes, kayaks, sea kayaks and sit on top kayaks. All craft and paddles in the hire fleet are from the Australis range and are manufactured at the factory at Bellambi. Australis supply canoes and kayaks for "Dry Hire", and do not deliver or pick up the canoes or kayaks. It is the responsibility of the hirer to pick-up and return any canoes or kayaks hired from Australis to the Australis factory during business hours which are 8am to 4pm weekdays, and 9am to 12 noon on Saturday. ...

Austinmer Sur La Mer B&B

8 Moore Street, Austinmer NSW 2515
Luxury converted heritage shop, reverse cycle air-conditioning, queen bed, all linen provided, en suite, washing machine and dryer, television, video, compact disc, DVD, kitchen, dining and barbecue area. Adjacent to beach, pools, cafes and surf club. Located only 20 minutes from Wollongong central business district, this unique bed and breakfast will ensure a getaway with nothing to do but relax and unwind....

Clifton

Corner Clifton School Parade and Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Clifton NSW 2515
Clifton is an old coal-mining suburb in northern Wollongong. It is situated on a narrow area between the Pacific Ocean and the Illawarra escarpment. Along with nearby Coalcliff, this village began life as a coal-mining centre in the 1880s. Many coalminers' cottage-style houses are still in use. Clifton has a railway stop on the Illawarra line and is situated just south of the Sea Cliff Bridge, with parking available if you wish to walk the bridge....

AMCA Australia: Antique Motorcycle Weekend

Grevillea Park Road, Bulli NSW 2516
International exclusive event to all makes and models of Motorcycles, parts and memorabilia, 35 years old and older, only. Event includes : Swap Meet, Motorcycle Auction, Tech Seminars, AMCA Judging, Bike Show, Rally and Rides....
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Just Cruisin Harley Tours

Stanwell Tops, Stanwell Tops NSW 2508
Cruise the Illawarra and surrounds with Just Cruisin' Motorcycle Tours on a chauffeured trike, sidecar or solo motorcycle. Enjoy a sensory experience, feel the wind in your face, smell the surroundings, hear the motor, and see all around you without the constraints of a car. A motorcycle tour is vastly superior to anything else in thrill value and visual experience. Just Cruisin' Motorcycle Tours includes the most spectacular drives in NSW. There is a range of packages to suit all individuals, or you can tailor a tour to the destination of your choice. Choose a tour or make contact to arrange your own - Just Cruisin' Motorcycle Tours can do it. Just Cruisin' Motorcycle Tours specialise in showcasing the beautiful Illawarra Coastline including the Sea Cliff Bridge and the Grand Pacific Drive. Just Cruisin' Motorcycle Tours caters for any and all special events. Gift vouchers available for all occasions....

Boomerang Public Golf Course

167 Old Princes Highway, Darkes Forest NSW 2508
The Boomerang Public Golf Course is a beautiful 18 hole course located less than 60 minutes south of Sydney in Illawarra, NSW. The Pro Shop boasts magnificent views of the course and its surroundings. The venue offers function facilities for corporate golf, conferences and meetings, breakfast meetings, parties, birthdays, 21st birthdays, and weddings. The free barbecue facilities allow for you and your guests to bring your own food and drinks, allowing you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the spectacular views of the city and ocean while your steaks sizzle on the barbie. ...

Thirroul Seaside and Arts Festival

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul NSW 2515
*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** Thirroul Seaside and Arts Festival is a celebration of the arts, and the seaside community. It is a great opportunity to support emerging and established local artists and showcase the community. Come and enjoy art shows, sculpture exhibitions, photography exhibitions, wearable art exhibitions, peace poster exhibition, art in the shops, street art, the talent search, kids art, craft displays, a junior surf competition, carnival rides, dancing, and live music. This festival weekend is packed with activity. The festival is run in conjunction with Austinmer Thirroul Lions Club - supporting the needs of the community....

Bulli Foragers/Farmers Markets

Bulli ShowgroundsGrevillia Park Rd, Bulli NSW 2516

Coledale Markets

Coledale Public SchoolLawrence Hargrave Drv, Coledale NSW 2515