What other say:
A family friendly, generally stair/step-free path overlooking the ocean. Extremely scenic and friendly to all walk abilities. There are local history on stops along the walk. Exposure to the elements is high as there is little to none tree shade in the path. Sun protection and wind protection will be handy. If you are lucky, you can spot dolphins in Loves Bay.
Fantastic walk, the views are stunning. It's a great way to to experience Australia's beautiful coastline.
If you can get there on a weekday, you might be lucky enough to have the whole place to yourself as well.
Fantastic , Saw the introduction, but not enough time to finish it , worth to spend one day to walk through !
Beautiful place to visit together with Kiama Blowhole during spring time. A very scenic and windy area. Love the trees and the sea. We do not have problem with parking. Spent an hour in Kiama
Kiama - most beautiful place near Sydney.
The coast walk gives you a few kilometres of walking along the coastline at Kiama. It's glorious. There are only a couple of short lengths where you are not looking straight out over the ocean, beaches and rocky headlands. Takes in both Kiama Blowhole and the Little Blowhole. It is now paved for most of the length from Bombo to the Little Blowhole.
Around May and October you may also get to watch whales as they migrate. This can be spectacular.
There are sections that you cannot do in a wheelchair if you're hoping to do the entire length. It is pretty steep in spots, so you need to be reasonably fit to complete it.