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Exploring Wollongong

The city of Wollongong is the third-largest metropolitan area in New South Wales, behind the state capital, Sydney, and Newcastle. It rests immediately to the south of Greater Sydney, in the beautiful coastal region of Illawarra. The city is renowned as one of Australia’s heaviest industrial sites, and boasts a large and busy port that has steered the city’s economy for decades. However, tourism plays a major role in the city’s current success.


Accommodation in Wollongong

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular accommodation in Wollongong is the Wollongong Serviced Apartments, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Sage Hotel Wollongong in Wollongong as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Wollongong

- North Wollongong Beach


Located close to Stuart Park, in the heart of Wollongong, is North Beach. During the summer, this is arguably the most visited beach in the city. The rolling surf is phenomenal and the sand is great for children. If visitors get hungry from all the surfing, swimming, and sunbathing, there are several restaurants and cafés close to the beach, and a kiosk almost resting on the sand. Stuart Park is an ideal spot to escape the heat as it rests ‘behind’ the beach.


- Crown Street Mall


Found along Wollongong’s main thoroughfare, Crown Street Mall is a pedestrian-only precinct made famous for its excellent dining and shopping. The former sites of Crown Gateway and Crown Central have now merged into Wollongong Central, which is a large shopping mall that caters to thousands of shopaholics each day. Visiting on a Friday is recommended as this is when the lower section of the mall is transformed into a bustling marketplace.


Transportation in Wollongong

The city is served by a railway line which branches off at Port Kembla, to serve the industrial area there. Wollongong Station is the hub of the rail service. However, it is also the primary point for the city’s public bus network. A public bus loop which traverses the downtown area of the city is offered free of charge so getting around is simple as well as cheap.


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