With the University of Wollongong and scenic beaches of the South Coast, Wollongong is a vibrant city teeming with life, art and coastal beauty.
As the third biggest city in New South Wales, Wollongong is home to a bustling environment of culture and leisure. The North Beach of Wollongong blends in perfectly with rugged scenery of the Great Pacific Drive. Some ways down the road lies the Belmore Basin, where travellers will find the Breakwater Lighthouse and the Wollongong Head Lighthouse, both offering incredible vistas of the surrounding Tasman Sea. The Wollongong Art gallery is a delight to all cultural enthusiasts, with a well-curated collection of regional and aboriginal art. Children can immerse themselves in the interactive fun while educating themselves at the Science Centre, with an impressive planetarium attracting attention from all over. The beauty of Wollongong can also be captured away from the coast at the lush Wollongong Botanic Gardens. The majestic Mount Keira, a part of the Royal National Park, forms a beautiful backdrop to these gardens and the city, offering a spectacular view of the city and coast from the lookout on top.
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