Holidays in Kianga
New South Wales’s South Coast sweeps along from Sydney to the border with Victoria, and Kianga is situated along this stretch. Kianga is home to beautiful beaches with an abundance of activities for you to take part in, fantastic panoramic vistas and a holiday rentals with a real community feel.
The beaches are Kianga Main, Kianga Reef and Carters. They are perfect for those who enjoy surfing, as there are many beach breaks to choose from depending on conditions. Kianga Reef is a particular favourite for boarders, as not only are the conditions better but there is a great feeling of community combined with beauty on this beach – it provides a relaxed atmosphere to meet new people in. You can also enjoy swimming, fishing, and snorkling – there are endless choices for you to get up to in Kianga.
Kianga also is along the Narooma to Dalmeny cycleway – which is a path built by a Dad’s Army of volunteers stretching over six kilometres of ocean-front. This is a great day trip; an easy family friendly bike ride that encompasses all the mesmerising sights along the coast. This is a fantastic way to enjoy some exercise, or take the kids out for a safe cycle that they will never forget! After a nice long cycle you can retire to a beach, or cool down looking out at the ocean from a balcony in your Kianga holiday home.
Kianga has one retail outlet – Anton’s Café. This is a place for you to get an idea of the conditions on the beach, and also take the opportunity to sit in the box when the whales are around. It has everything you need, and sums up the personable and quiet area of Kianga. The other towns surrounding Kianga are easily accessible should you want to explore further! There are many festivals and events in both Narooma and Dalmeny – these are more built up areas which can provide you with any extras, and you can return to your quiet holiday haven in Kianga at the end of the day.
Kianga is unique in that most of the accommodation is perched high above the ocean, offering phenomenal panoramic views. It is a small settlement that is very peaceful and perfect as a location for holiday homes.
When to go
Kianga is warmest towards the beginning of the year – but stays at a fairly warm temperature all year round, especially compared to the United Kingdom, so whenever you choose to visit Kinaga, you will be sure to be able to enjoy the beaches and waves. The holiday accommodation provides such a fantastic view that even on the cooler or rainy days, you will find yourself staring out across the ocean.
The Festivals and events near to Kianga are also a great reason to visit. If you choose visit in May you could be there for the famous Oyster Festival in Narooma. This is a weekend of feasting and entertainment. Stalls are set up and you will be able to experience amazing quality seafood – in an idyllic setting. Just a short distance away, you can enjoy day trips with a difference. In November there is also a traditional BoatsAFloat festival, enthusiasts from all over come to share their love for hand-built and restored boats – with BBQs and a presentation dinner. As an onlooker, this is a visually very impressive festival, and you can enjoy meeting new people and of course the setting!
Getting there from the U.K
For holidaymakers heading to their accommodation in Kianga from the United Kingdom, there are a number of options. The nearest International Airport is Canberra – which takes just over three hours in the car. This journey is picturesque and you will be sure to see many important sights of Australia - if you are planning on renting a car then it is a great way to get into it! Of course, this is a long drive, so if you would rather you could get a connection to the closer and smaller airport of Moruya, and from here you could get a transfer easily and quickly to Kianga. It entirely depends on what form of transport is more suited to you and your family, as both will give very different ways of viewing this corner of Australia!