Near the Lighthouse
Kiama Blowhole is found in Kiama on the south coast of NSW Australia.
Where is Kiama Blowhole?
Kiama Blowhole is nearby to the Kiama Lighthouse on the headland.
Kiama Lighthouse & Blowhole are on Blowhole Point Road. They are within walking distance of each other.
Watch Kiama Blowhole
NSW Travel Essentials
- Find out the NSW Weather and Warnings at BOM
- Check the Fire Danger Ratings and Total Fire Bans and Rules in NSW
- Check for NSW National Park closures and alerts
- Look up the beach information and conditions, at Beachsafe, and the app, for instance:
- If the beach is patrolled or unpatrolled, and if patrolled days and hours
- Current Temperature
- Look up NSW National Parks for details including alerts, visitor information, park entry fees, annual passes for beaches, lookouts, car parks, and picnic areas, road quality, vehicle access, weather restrictions, entry points, facilities, maps, safety, and prohibited.
- Murramarang National Park on the South Coast NSW near Batemans Bay
- Mimosa Rocks National Park on the South Coast near Bermagui
- Gulaga National Park near Bermagui and Tilba Tilba
- Blue Mountains National Park in country NSW and The Three Sisters in Katoomba
- Eurobodalla National Park on the South Coast from Moruya Head to Mystery Head
- Boewa National Park on the South Coast near Eden
- Meroo National Park near Batemans Bay and Ulladulla on the South Coast
- Budderoo National Park near Jamberoo and Nowra, inland from Kiama on the South Coast
- Barren Grounds Nature Reserve near Kiama on the South Coast
- Macquarie Pass National Park near Kiama on the South Coast
- Killalea Regional Park near Kiama on the South Coast
- Download the National Parks NSW App
- Read the recommendations to leave the park, bush, and beach as you found it
- Don't feed the wildlife, find out the details
- Take water
- Find toilets
Find places nearby to visit
You can find more places nearby to visit on the NSW Roadtrip.
Have you seen a blowhole in person?
It's amazing the force of the ocean creates the water to burst up through the hole in the rocks.
You can see and hear the force of nature at the blowhole.
This would be a great homeschool lesson in geology and so cool!
Thank you Michele. That’s awesome, it can be used for homeschool.
I hope to see one someday soon!
Hope you see one too, Amanda
We got to experience a blowhole on Kauai and it was crazy how high the water went! This looks like a great one to go see too.
That’s cool you experienced a blowhole, Trisha
Blowholes are so fun to watch. I know that when we’ve gone to one I can just sit there for hours watching it. .
Yes, they’re cool to watch, Wendy.
This looks like a fun site to see someday – thank you for sharing!
You’re welcome Tara. Hope you get to visit.
I would love to see this. It looks simply amazing!
Hope you get to see blowholes Shirley
I liked your night photo. We also enjoy taking star photos.
Thank you Missy. It’s pretty cool being out at night taking photos of the stars
This looks so beautiful!! Definitely need to add it to my list!
Thank you Jill. Hope you see blowholes
Blow holes are fun to watch!
That’s cool Hera, you’ve seen blow holes.
Looks interesting. I have never seen one in real life.
Thank you Tricia. Hope you see a blowhole.
I loved watching the water shoot up in the blowholes of Hawaii. Great photos!
Thank you Jordin. The blowholes are mesmerizing.
I’ve never seen a blow hole before. That looks really neat. Thanks for sharing your amazing pictures.
Thank you Sara. You’re welcome. Hope you get to see a blowhole.
So cool! Looks like an amazing place to take pictures!
Thank you Taci. The coast is great for photos
I’ve been to Halona Blowhole in Oahu and would love to see one in Australia. I’m planning to visit family in Sydney next year (fingers crossed no more lockdowns by then) and excited to find out that Kiama is just about 2 hours away from there. Hopefully we get to visit this place. Love how you captured the stunning sceneries.
Thank you Ethel. Hope it’s not too long before you and we can travel. And, enjoy your visit with family. Hope you get to see the wonders along the coast of New South Wales Australia.
I have never had the opportunity to see a blowhole in person but it sure looks wonderful. Another example of mother nature’s beauty.
Thank you Cassandra. Hope you get to see a blowhole.
blow holes are so cool! I have only seen one in Hawaii…
Thank you Jen. It’s cool you saw a blowhole.
I saw a blowhole in Hawaii, and it was cool. This one looks even bigger!
Thank you Lori. It’s cool that you’ve seen a blowhole.
This is so cool! Love getting a local’s travel guide and recommendations!
Thank you kmf. You’re welcome
I’ve never seen a blow hole, but will research to see if there are any close. Love your photos!
Thank you Cathy. Hope you find a blowhole to visit.
I love blow holes. They are so beautiful!
Thank you Lisa
Neat photos! Looks like a neat place where you could just sit and watch it all day!
Thank you Eva. It’s mesmerizing
I’ve never seen a blowhole in person. How cool! Your pictures are awesome!
Thank you Stacey. Hope you get to see a blowhole.
We have something in Maine called Thunder Hole. It looks similar to what you have there. Ours makes a thundering noise as the wave comes in through the rocks.
That sounds cool, Cindy. The waves in the blowholes are bigger when the ocean is not calm.
This is wonderful. I love how the coastline forms and seeing it first hand it great.
Thank you Leeanne. The coastline is great.
I’ve never actually seen a blow hole – I bet it was amazing!
Looks amazing! Cool pictures!
Thank you Jordan
Yes, they are mesmerizing. Hope you get to see one, Pam
Wow, I have never seen a blow hole in person. It looks incredible. I need to do some research to see if there are any near me.
Thank you Heather. Hope you find one near you.
My littles are learning a lot about the earth in our homeschooling, so I’m going to add this post to one of their assignments. They will love learning about this blowhole!
Thank you Amanda. That’s super cool.
Blow holes are so cool to watch. This reminds of one popular in Hawaii, of which we visit almost every year. Interesting post!
Thank you Shannon. Glad you like to watch the blowholes