Wollongong had a lot to keep one occupied - Shopping, eating, sightseeing. I enjoyed the markets on the Friday morning, although only happened upon these so maybe a bit more advertisement for those not local.
The industrial and beach sights were amazing, however I found that there was nowhere near the industrial sights to pull up to take photo's which was my main aim for the day.
A humble city, not much of skyscrapers. Near to Sydney the main city of Australia, as compared to Wollongong, its just a city with good facilities and great infrastructures, lower noise pollution.
Its not cheap to stay there but u are able to get your food faster than in Sydney I believe. Well, Wollongong University is really beautiful and not just human love to go there but birds, all kind of birds just like to relax and keep those humans ignored.
Wollongong is a beautiful coastal city. It has a wide variety of dining options to suit all tastes. It is located right on the beach, so is a perfect location to spend your summer days.
There are some excellent shopping centres around. In addition there are multiple attractions if you head a bit south of Wollongong down to Kiama and north of Wollongong up to Sydney.
Good place for explorers and beach lovers. the sceneary around the area is awesome and have many good beaches that are serene and quiet with awesome surf.
Bald Hill was one of my favourite and you can even do hand gliding there
Spend the day lazying away on the beach and then head to one of the many beach facing restaurants to enjoy lovely Australian fusion cuisine.
Good Beach town, not far from Sydney. Good Surf, lots of activities and shopping. Worth a visit for Australians and Overseas tourists.
the area is surrounded by beaches , restaurants, cafes and shopping. there are many spas available, sports activities.
not far from wollongong is the southern highlands which has a lot of tourist attractions as well.
The Blowhole is value to have a look. However, people should bring along their jackets as the wind there is great.