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Reviewed 20 May 2015

The majority of visitors, whether day trippers or holiday makers, make a point of going to see the blowhole.
Kiama is famous for it.
It can be spectacular, or at the very least, very interesting.
The water spout that gets projected from this blowhole can reach well over a hundred feet.
You may get wet.
It is not always the days when the seas are huge that the blowhole is at it's best.
A day with a decent sea swell with the right spacing between the swells can often be when the blowhole performs.
Heed the warning signs, they are there for a reason.
Stay behind the fences.

Date of experience: April 2015
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Reviewed 14 May 2015 via mobile

...but only if the seas are right. The last couple of visits it's been anything but spectacular: a bit of a fizz and a little spray. Maybe it's global warming which is raising sea levels and reducing the 'blow' but I'm sure it used to go much higher.

Thank cfhoffmann
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Reviewed 12 May 2015 via mobile

Great if it's a big swell day. Not very exciting if it's been blowing a westerly for a few days. The town is worth a stop even if the blowhole is not working. There is a small blow hole on the southern side of the next cove to the south that is also well worth a look. It is not as packed with tourists and can be better in some conditions.

Thank ian6633
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Reviewed 5 May 2015 via mobile

Was blowing pretty well when we visited however the next day we went to the little blowhole and it was much more exciting and the only reason we didn't stay long was because it was pouring with rain.

Thank Rachyshar
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Reviewed 2 May 2015

A magnificent spectacle ... spent well over an hour fixed in the one spot, listening for the next big swell to arrive. We also scored the added bonus of seeing a water spout in the distance. A fantastic way to relax, admiring the power of the ocean.

Date of experience: March 2015
Thank Tony F
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