Wollongong City - Wollongong Nsw Australia

Wollongong City – Wollongong NSW Australia

Wollongong is NSW’s third-largest city, and home to the University of Wollongong, a top selection of restaurants and a vibrant arts precinct.

In this video, we’ll be walking around Wollongong city from Wollongong Station to Wollongong Central shopping mall / Crown Street Mall and back to Wollongong train station.

The City of Wollongong

The City of Wollongong is a local government area in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia. The area is situated adjacent to the Tasman Sea, the Southern Freeway and the South Coast railway line.

Located 80 kilometres (50 mi) south of Sydney central business district, the City of Wollongong covers 714 square kilometres (276 sq mi). It occupies a narrow coastal strip bordered by the Royal National Park to the north, Lake Illawarra to the south, the Tasman Sea to the east and the Illawarra escarpment to the west.

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The area covers the northern and central suburbs of Wollongong, bounded by Helensburgh in the north, the Illawarra escarpment to the west and by Macquarie Rivulet (Yallah, Haywards Bay) and the Lake Illawarra entrance (Windang) to the south.

We hope you enjoyed this video titled Wollongong City – Wollongong NSW Australia. 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 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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Written by Mark

As the founder of Getting Down Under, Mark is passionate about demystifying the process associated with a move to Australia. Having launched Getting Down Under in early January 2006 and made the move to Australia from the UK in the same year, Mark continues to share resources and support for those looking for assistance. If you have a question for Mark, please post in our Community Forums. Please note All information provided on Getting Down Under should be considered in conjunction with our disclaimer. Please seek professional advice if you have any doubts! 

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