Wollongong, located in the Illawarra area of NSW, is 82km south of Sydney and is the 3rd laregest city in New South Wales.
The name is believed to mean 'seas of the South' in an Aboriginal language and refers to its location on the Southern Coast.
Known for its heavy industrial and port activities, Wollongong also offers visitors beautiful beaches, large shopping centres, small speciality stores, dining options and many attractions.
Kiama is a seaside town located in the Illawarra area of NSW, 120km south of Sydney.
The name Kiama derives from the Aboriginal word 'kiarama' which means 'place where the sea makes a nois…
Located 2 hours south-west of Sydney, Kangaroo Valley is a rural village between the Southern Highlands and the coastal towns of the South Coast.
Kangaroo Valley dates back to 1870 and is …