• Wollongong is the third largest city in New South Wales and an hour's drive south of Sydney. Take the F6 Southern Freeway or for a more scenic route, turn off at the Royal National Park and follow Grand Pacific Drive. Wollongong's superb beaches, accommodation options, brewery by the beach and alfresco dining choices make it a great base for exploring the south coast region. Thrill-seekers can skydive, hang-glide or paraglide, enjoy Harley and Ferrari joy rides and play golf on a beachside course. Cycleways line the coast, so hire a bike and explore Wollongong with the kids. The Wollongong City

  • Regent Theatre
    Regent Theatre

    The Regent Theatre was built to exude warmth and beauty. The 1950s atmosphere is apparent

  • Harbourfront Restaurant
    Harbourfront Restaurant

    Harbourfront Restaurant... stunning by day, brilliant by night. Boasting Wollongong's most famous and picturesque views

  • Seacliff Restaurant
    Seacliff Restaurant

    The Seacliff is Wollongong's newest and most spectacular Restaurant and Function venue catering for small

  • Wollongong Art Gallery
    Wollongong Art Gallery

    Wollongong Art Gallery is a leading regional art gallery with an ongoing schedule of high

  • Hangdog Climbing Gym
    Hangdog Climbing Gym

    Hangdog has over a 140 different climbs on 40 ropes, offering a great range of

  • Lagoon Seafood Restaurant
    Lagoon Seafood Restaurant

    Undoubtedly one of the Illawarra's premier dining experiences. Located by the sea, the Lagoon features

  • Cinnamon Twist Belly Dance
    Cinnamon Twist Belly Dance

    Cinnamon Twist Belly Dance offers belly dance classes and Arabic drumming, endeavouring to provide fitness

  • Seacliff Functions and Private Dining
    Seacliff Functions and Private Dining

    Come and dine at Wollongong's newest premier venue overlooking the superb North Beach Wollongong. Open

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