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Bombo Headland, Kiama

Categories: Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 15 reviews on the web
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  • Went there just after a few days there was a storm in coastal areas of Sydney. Because of this we were able to see high tides on the rocks which just made our trip worth it. But couldnt visit Cathedra...  read more »
  • Bombo Headland is a beautiful landscape for photographer, and it's a good opportunity to take some sunset photos in the evening. It only take a bit of walk from the Bombo train Station to get there, w...  read more »
  • I visited this place as part of my Kiama trip. Decided to see the headland before K head back. I trained from Kiama to Bombo. There was a bit of a walk from the station. I had to walk next to a highwa...  read more »
  • The basalt walls and columns are a legacy of blue metal quarrying in the 1880s and 1900s. When you walk through Bombo Headland, among the unusual basalt columns it kind of feels like as you were on the moon! Pretty amazing. Look north and you will see the stunning Cathedral Rocks, Minnamurra Headland and Jones' Beach. Look south and you can see an impressive view of Kiama. Simply stunning.
  • An amazing place to watch the ocean, a haven for photographers the beach is a great spot to surf. Dog friendly
  • Awesome place to take the kids to scramble around the rocks and have some fun outside
  • Bombo Quarry is an awesome place to go for a walk with the family. Park at Bombo Beach car park follow the walking paths into the quarry. The quarry is a great place to explore and access views of the ocean, often with whales and dolphins during the whale migration season. So many of Kiama's historic photos show the quarrymen loading mule carts with blue metal in the late 1800's.
  • Such an interesting place with rich history and incredible experience of the breaking Surf on the rocks
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