Thursday, November 28, 2013

Jamberoo and Shellharbour, NSW.

For our last full day in the Kiama area we decided to drive a circuit around some of the nearby towns. We left Kiama via The Saddleback Mountain Road and we were soon climbing to great heights until we reached the peak at Saddleback Mountain Lookout. From this point you receive a commanding view of the coast through to Port Kembla and Woollongong and west towards the Grandeur of the Sandstone Range of the hinterland.

We met this fellow grazing alongside Saddleback Mountain Road. Clydesdales are a rare sight these days, especially a white specimen.

The sky is very hazy but Easts Beach is visible to the right and the headland to the left is the location of the Kiama Blow Hole and Lighthouse.

Looking towards the Sandstone Range in the background, Jamberoo is barely visible in the valley of the middle ground.

The main street of the small town of Jamberoo.

The Commercial Hotel, Jamberoo.

The Bowls Club House and Rinks, Jamberoo.

The School of Arts, Jamberoo.

Foreshore Caravan Park at Shellharbour.

Shellharbour Swimming Pool with Marina Rock Wall in the background.

Wind blown seas crashing into the Marina Rock Wall at Shellharbour.

The Ocean Beach Hotel at the bottom of the main street Shellharbour.

Looking down the main street to the Ocean Beach at Shellharbour.

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