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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2016
14 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Kiama/Gerringong Kiama is steeped in history and reminders of an interesting past can easily be discovered by taking a casual stroll around the centre of town. A good place to start is at Blowhole Point where the Kiama Lighthouse and Pilots Cottage are both buildings with much historic value. Wander the streets and enjoy the shopping, then soak up the atmosphere over a latte or alfresco meal at one of the many cafes or restaurants. Just a short drive south to Gerringong and you will experience great shops, like Natural Necessity, and excellent food. Gerringong is the perfect little town to gaze at rural views while inhaling the sea breeze. Why not also explore via cycling routes and walking trails in the area? There is a network of cycleways. Take a stroll or cycle Festival by the sea From September 23-25 the seaside town of Kiama will host the fourth Folk by the Sea Festival. The festival will feature 50 acts from all over Australia, USA, Japan and the UK with over 100 artists. The event is an intimate folk festival style event featuring the sounds of folk, world, roots, Celtic, bluegrass and gypsy music over three days. The event is a combination of ticket only entry (Friday and Saturday) featuring 45 artists from overseas and all around Australia in 70 concerts at Kiama Showground and a free day of local folk artists on the Sunday in Hindmarsh Park and other locations around Kiama. Camping is available. Some of the featured artists include Kenta Hayashi from Japan (pictured), Highlander, The Haywood Billy Goats from USA, The Button Collective, Jan Preston Duo, Little Foot, Deep River Choir, The Humphreys, Kiama Pipe Band and many more. The historic terrace shops in Kiama are a great place to meander about, have a meal and find some bargains. Ocean Street, Kiama phone 4232 2124 or 1800 674 444 www.eastsbeach. com.au Just 1.5hrs drive from Sydney, this 35 acre park is nestled in a valley with mountain backdrops and absolute beach frontage with golden sands and sapphire blue waters. Accommodation for all the family in luxury waterfront units or bunkhouse for groups. Villas, ensuite cabins, ensuite sites and powered sites. Tennis court, pool, mini mart, cafe, jumping pillow. AW1583043 Where great memories are a holiday away ...