The Sebel Harbourside Kiama

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The Sebel Harborside Kiama

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Overlooking the beautiful Kiama Harbour and Pacific Ocean the property provides a unique destination for both conference and leisure guests.

Within 90 minutes of the Sydney CBD and an easy drive south of the city the hotel has a range of deluxe accommodation as well as a variety of dining and entertainment options.

Within walking distance is the famous Kiama Blowhole and historic Terrace shops.

The Sebel Harbourside Kiama is the perfect location for a South Coast escape.


Overlooking Kiama Harbour, this stylish 4.5 star South Coast resort reflects both the modern and the historic aspects of Kiama. By combining the beautifully restored 1871 heritage-listed bluestone Infants' School building as a conference and meeting centre, with a sleek resort building of contemporary waterfront accommodation, the resort is the perfect year-round holiday, recreational and event getaway.

Offering 88 beautifully detailed guestrooms over 3 levels including 77 king rooms, 8 two bedroom, fully self-contained apartments and 3 disability guestrooms, all apartments offer a delightful choice of ocean, garden or town views.

This South Coast resort is located just a short stroll from the famous 'blowhole', the stunning Bombo Headland and historic terrace shops, and is surrounded by magnificent examples of Victorian architecture. This wonderful recreational region also provides several well-known surf beaches and coves, and the spectacular Carrington Falls, Seven Mile Beach and Minnamurra Rainforest are in close proximity.

The Sebel Harbourside Kiama is characterised by the regions dramatic coastline, pristine beaches, beautiful harbour and Kiama's natural unspoiled environment.

Kiama Blowhole:

The Kiama Blowhole is a blowhole in the town of Kiama, It is the town's major tourist attraction. Under certain sea conditions, the blowhole can spray water up to 25 meters in the air, in quantities that thoroughly drench any bystanders.


Kiama Seaside Markets - held on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 9am – 3pm at Black Beach with a fantastic array of local arts, crafts and collectables. For Stall bookings please phone 0457 773 063 to book your stand or for further information contact Kiama Visitors Centre on 02 4232 3322

Kiama Produce Markets - held on the 4th Saturday of each month at Black Beach from 8am – 1pm with delectable gourmet food and produce. Phone for stall bookings on 02 4232 0464

Kiama Coast Walk:

A stunning 22km pathway accompanying our sparkling coastline! With its spectacular ocean views, inviting detours and proximity to amenities and public transport, the Kiama Coast Walk is the perfect way to explore and enjoy our region.

Wineries & Food Tours:

The Shoalhaven Coast wine region has been strongly developing over the last 15 years, with 15 vineyards scattered over the area.

Crooked River Winery in Gerringong is a great place to start, with it's favourite Chocolate Pajama Wine (Port) it can be found just off the Princes Highway on Willow Vale Road. Roselea Vineyard on the Princes Highway at Gerringong invites visitors to enjoy private wine tasting by appointment. If your heading further south, pop into the award winning Coolangatta Estate Winery.

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.

Illawarra Tree Top Walk:

The Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk is the only one of its kind in New South Wales and one of only a handful of steel canopy walks in the world. Located just outside the village of Robertson, a trip to the Fly is a perfect day trip. The gentle walk commences on the rainforest floor and continues onto the steel walkway and into the rainforest canopy (averaging 30m from the forest floor) offering a unique experience that captures the beauty of the regions native fauna and flora.

Minnamurra Rainforest Centre:

The Minnamurra Rainforest is a multi award winning attraction located in Budderoo National Park, a short fifteen minute drive west of Kiama past the village of Jamberoo. Visitors can experience the spender and beauty of this rare remnant of subtropical and warm temperate rainforests which is representative of the once extensive rainforests of the Illawarra region.