Wollongong Attractions – Top 50 Things to do and see

TOP 50 WOLLONGONG Attractions (Things to Do & See)

Wollongong is a coastal city in Australia, south of Sydney along the Grand Pacific Drive. Surfing beaches and rock pools line the coastline. Trails encircle the forests and rocky cliffs of Mt. Keira in the Illawarra mountain range, which frames the city.

To the north, hang gliders launch from Bald Hill. South lie the Buddhist temple of Nan Tien and Lake Illawarra, a large lagoon with boating and fishing facilities.

Best things to do in Wollongong

In this video, we check out the best places to visit in Wollongong – Australia.

The most famous spot in Wollongong is its route to Sydney, the beautiful view from Grand Pacific Drive. Wollongong To Thirroul Bike Track also has amazing views by bike.

Tourist attractions in Wollongong – Illawarra such as Wollongong Botanic Garden, Wollongong Head Lighthouse, Port Kembla Beach, Nan Tien Temple, Wattamolla Beach, Towradgi Beach Park, Cordeaux Dam, Lake Illawarra, North Wollongong Beach, Beach Cove Belmore Basin, Austinmer Beach, etc.

Others recommended places to visit in Wollongong by us is The Australian Motorlife Museum, Science Space, Early Start Discovery Space, Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, WIN Sports and Entertainment Centres, Foragers Market Bulli, HIll 60 Park, Stuart Park, Hangdog Climbing Gym, Wollongong Art Gallery, Eat Street Market, etc.

For the complete list of all things to do in Wollongong tourist attractions or best places to visit simply watch this video in the player above from list 1 to 50. Enjoy the video.

We hope you took inspiration from our video covering the TOP 50 WOLLONGONG Attractions (Things to Do & See).

Though our video guides are designed to provide further insight into what it might be like to live in the state of New South Wales, we’re hopeful that this video will also help you to choose places to visit (or even call home) when living in Australia.

Have you visited Wollongong in NSW before?

Have you visited any of the locations featured in our video before? What did you think? Would you go back? Could you live there?

We’d love to hear your views so please share these in our comments below.



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kloadit

If this is how many Wollongong attractions there are, then I guess Sydney must have 500

Elliot Molkentin

bruh im suprised you scraped more than 5

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