Wollongong Sightseeing

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Wollongong Sightseeing

Sightseeing

Wollongong's world-class botanic garden is l set along a creek, feeding a small lake, and has important collections of native and exotic plants.
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Wollongong Botanic Gardens
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Wollongong's world-class botanic garden is l set along a creek, feeding a small lake, and has important collections of native and exotic plants.
The Sea Cliff Bridge is nearly half a kilometre long and snaking with contours of the sandstone cliff-face. You can get out and walk or ride on the parallel paths, and there are lookouts on the cliff-tops so you can capture this manmade wonder and its Pacific backdrop from above.
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Sea Cliff Bridge
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The Sea Cliff Bridge is nearly half a kilometre long and snaking with contours of the sandstone cliff-face. You can get out and walk or ride on the parallel paths, and there are lookouts on the cliff-tops so you can capture this manmade wonder and its Pacific backdrop from above.
On top of Flagstaff Hill is the operating Wollongong Head Lighthouse (1936), with fluted walls and a range of 19 nautical miles.
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Wollongong Head Lighthouse
LOT 2 Endeavour Dr
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On top of Flagstaff Hill is the operating Wollongong Head Lighthouse (1936), with fluted walls and a range of 19 nautical miles.
The temple complex is embedded in landscaped gardens on a peaceful hillside and incorporates two vast prayer halls with Tibetan-style architecture, as well as meeting rooms, a museum, accommodation and a restaurant.
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Fo Guang Shan Nan Tien Temple
180 Berkeley Rd
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The temple complex is embedded in landscaped gardens on a peaceful hillside and incorporates two vast prayer halls with Tibetan-style architecture, as well as meeting rooms, a museum, accommodation and a restaurant.
This is a place to get up close to typical Australian animals like koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and dingoes, but there are also lots of exotic species, from red pandas to ring-tailed lemurs, meerkats and even cheetahs.
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Symbio Wildlife Park
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This is a place to get up close to typical Australian animals like koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and dingoes, but there are also lots of exotic species, from red pandas to ring-tailed lemurs, meerkats and even cheetahs.
The city’s favourite place to bathe or surf in the Pacific.There are rock pools, picnic areas, cafes, and big grassy spaces.
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North Wollongong Beach
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The city’s favourite place to bathe or surf in the Pacific.There are rock pools, picnic areas, cafes, and big grassy spaces.
Port Kembla Beach is fringed by a low cliff, covered in vegetation, and at the south end is a set of rock pools revealed at low tide.
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Port Kembla Beach
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Port Kembla Beach is fringed by a low cliff, covered in vegetation, and at the south end is a set of rock pools revealed at low tide.
A rare remnant of the primeval rainforest that once covered most of the Illawarra region bedded in a sandstone canyon where you can witness the multitude of species that flourish in this habitat. This can be done on a 1.6-kilometre loop, weaving through the canyon along suspension bridges and over raised boardwalks.
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Minnamurra Rainforest Centre
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A rare remnant of the primeval rainforest that once covered most of the Illawarra region bedded in a sandstone canyon where you can witness the multitude of species that flourish in this habitat. This can be done on a 1.6-kilometre loop, weaving through the canyon along suspension bridges and over raised boardwalks.
Located at the top of the Illawarra escarpment, it is a significant Aboriginal cultural heritage site. You can enjoy awe-inspiring views over Wollongong from the lookouts and explore multiple bushwalking tracks.
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Mount Keira Lookout
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Located at the top of the Illawarra escarpment, it is a significant Aboriginal cultural heritage site. You can enjoy awe-inspiring views over Wollongong from the lookouts and explore multiple bushwalking tracks.
Operating a narrow-gauge and miniature railway, this museum preserves Illawarra industrial history, as well as light railway heritage in general.
Illawarra Light Railway Museum Society
48A Tongarra Rd
Operating a narrow-gauge and miniature railway, this museum preserves Illawarra industrial history, as well as light railway heritage in general.
The second-largest motoring museum in Australia is right here in the Illawarra tourism area and gives you a complete summary of the development of consumer technology between 1880 and 1950. So as well as some extremely rare motorcars you’ll find motorbikes, petrol pumps, radios, gramophones, typewriters, tools, telephones, lawnmowers and a great deal more
The Australian Motorlife Museum
The second-largest motoring museum in Australia is right here in the Illawarra tourism area and gives you a complete summary of the development of consumer technology between 1880 and 1950. So as well as some extremely rare motorcars you’ll find motorbikes, petrol pumps, radios, gramophones, typewriters, tools, telephones, lawnmowers and a great deal more