22 Dec 2016 - Spectacular Kiama Blowhole and Little Blowhole
Kiama is a pretty small town. One major tourist attraction in the town is the Kiama Blowhole.
Under certain sea conditions, the blowhole can spray water up to 25 metres (82 ft) in the air, in quantities that thoroughly drench any bystanders.
The scenery around the blowhole was terrific. The atmosphere was very relaxing and the air was extremely refreshing.
Kiama Light, also known as Kiama Harbour Light, is an active lighthouse in Kiama, New South Wales, Australia.
It is located close to the Kiama Blowhole on Blowhole Point, south of Kiama Harbour. The light was established in 1887.
A few minutes drive away from Kiama Blowhole, there is a second, less famous blowhole in Kiama, commonly referred to as the "Little Blowhole" by locals. It is much smaller but due to its narrow shape, it is more reliable than the Big Blowhole, and in the right conditions can be equally spectacular.
Here a video showing both Kiama Blowhole and Little Blowhole in actions.