We visited here not really knowing what we would see just another beach town as we travel along the way, but it’s a special place no Hi-Rise and great old buildings of different colours up and down the valley, all looking to get the stunning view of the coast line.
The day we where here the air was full of salt and smoke from the fires on the north coast but it did nothing to spoil the vista and the friendly people who live in this town
they seem to have a pride of this town and want to keep it old world charm.
As you walk about you feel the past all around the place and the modern building don’t really jump out at you, which takes a lot of planning.
When I got to look inside the church the power was out around town so the flash came in handy again, I just love old church’s and buildings, so this was a treat.
Hope you are enjoying the street scape with the older building everywhere it’s grand to see .
They have flowers growing all around town giving it that lived in look that most towns forget to show, there is no
rubbish about and everyone is happy.
The area up around the lighthouse is parkland and hidden into the side of the hill are small cabins overlooking the harbour and would be a great place to spend a holiday
Above is big blow hole and did not shine that day, unlike the photo on the right which is little blow hole which was going off. I think that the wind was blowing the right way for big but just right for the little blow hole.
Hope you have enjoyed the photos which really don’t do the place justice, you really need to visit to enjoy the place, would say I would live here in a heart beat
Just down the road from Kiama is another great little town with some great places to visit and enjoy, here are a few photos for you to see.
The highway is high above the town and it’s a place we’re the river meets the sea with the farmlands right up to the beach, the house in the above photo just seems to fit into the landscape.
Sorry but enough, another place for your list to visit and take in the views