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10 Epic Kiama Beaches (With Parking, Surfing & Patrol Details)

10 Epic Kiama Beaches (With Parking, Surfing & Patrol Details)

Kiama is home to some of the best beaches on the South Coast of New South Wales. Sure, Kiama may be famous for its blowhole and lighthouse, but its beaches are equally impressive and just as worthwhile to visit. Beck and I have visited every single beach in Kiama so we can give you insider tips on what to expect at each beach. To that end, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about visiting every one of the spectacular ten beaches in Kiama.

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Kiama Beaches Guide: An Overview

If you want to unwind on beautiful beaches near Sydney with turquoise-coloured water, you’ll want to head to the Kiama area. There are exactly ten beaches in the Municipality of Kiama, which stretches from Minnamurra to Gerroa.

Each of these beaches in the Kiama area offers something a little different in terms of landscape, facilities, accessibility and overall experience. So, hopping along the Kiama Coast to see each beach is more than reasonable. That’s exactly what Beck and I did. Or, you may just want to spend your time or a whole holiday at one beach that particularly piques your interest. There’s nothing wrong with that either!

Either way, this guide will help you decide what beaches in Kiama to visit. We’ll provide all of the nitty-gritty details about each beach, including its location as well as links for directions and parking. Then, we’ll talk about whether the beach is patrolled and whether beachfront accommodation is available. On top of that, we’ll talk about the beach’s key facilities and provide other useful links so you can check things like current surf conditions.

After that, we’ll provide specific details about the best Kiama beaches for swimming and surfing. Also, we’ll talk about the beaches that have wheelchair accessibility and dog-friendly zones. Finally, we’ll include some details about all of the rock pools in Kiama.

An aerial shot of a beach called Kiama Surf Beach
Kiama Surf Beach

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Kiama Beaches Map

For your convenience, we’ve made an interactive map of all ten beaches in Kiama, including one extra beach (Killalea Beach) that’s also worth visiting near Minnamurra. Click on the image below to access the interactive map.

A screenshot of a map showing the location of all of the beaches in Kiama

10 Awesome Beaches in Kiama

Let’s dive into the 10 best beaches in Kiama! Below, we haven’t ordered the beaches regarding the best to worst or anything like that. We’ve simply ordered them from north to south.

An aerial shot of beach called Minnamurra Beach in the Killalea Regional Park is backed by bushland
Minnamurra Beach

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1. Minnamurra Beach

An aerial shot of a beach called Minnamurra Beach near Kiama

Minnamurra Beach, which is known as Mystics by the locals, is a stunning 1.5km long golden sand beach located in the Killalea Regional Park. It stretches from a rocky headland in the north to Minnamurra Headland in the south. At the southern end of the beach, you’ll find the mouth of the Minnamurra River and Stack Island (AKA Rangoon Island).

To directly access the beach, you’ll need to drive through the Killalea Regional Park to reach the beach’s large car park. Along the way, you’ll pass Killalea Beach and the turnoff for the Killalea Campground. From the car park, you’ll follow the short yet steep Mystics Walking Track to arrive at the beach.

The other way to access the beach is by swimming across the Minnamurra River from Minnamurra. Of course, this is a far less convenient and safe option.

Given the superb untouched nature of the beach and its surrounds, you won’t find much in the way of facilities. But, that certainly adds to the natural ambience.

Unfortunately, Minnamurra Beach isn’t patrolled and is prone to rips. So, only strong swimmers should go for a dip. The best place to swim is at the southern end of the beach but at a safe distance from the mouth of Minnamurra River, where there can be strong tidal flows.

FYI – the beach shares its name with the adjacent town, river, rainforest and waterfall. With this said, Beck and I highly recommend visiting Minnamurra Falls in the Minnamurra Rainforest.

Read more: Minnamurra Beach – 10 Best Things to Do During Your Visit

A beach called Minnamurra Beach

2. Jones Beach

An areial shot of a beach called Jones Beach in Kiama

Jones Beach (AKA Boyd Beach) is a serene long beach in Kiama Downs. Located just south of Minnamurra Beach, the roughly 1km golden sand beach stretches from Minnamurra Headland to the basalt columns of Cathedral Rocks.

Similar to Bombo Beach, Jones Beach doesn’t attract the same amount of visitors as some of the beaches in and around the town of Kiama. So, compared with other beaches in Kiama, you can expect fewer people at this equally beautiful beach. That’s one reason Beck and I enjoyed visiting this beach.

There is a moderate-sized car park on North Kiama Drive, which makes access to the beach very easy. In between the car park and the Kiama Downs Surf Life Saving Club, you’ll find a toilet block to get changed.

The beach is patrolled, usually between late September to late April on weekends and public holidays. During the summer school holidays from mid-December to late January, the beach is patrolled Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.

FYI – if you enjoy photography, you’ll want to head to Cathedral Rocks at sunset. That’s exactly what Beck and I did. We talk more about this experience in our Kiama Day Trip Guide.

Dan walks on a golden sand beach called Jones Beach in Kiama

3. Boneyard Beach (The Boneyard)

  • Location: Kiama Downs (Google Maps)
  • Parking: Small parking area at the end of Cliff Drive (map)
  • Toilets/changing rooms: No
  • Patrols: No
  • Surf conditions: Surf-Forecast
  • Beachfront Accommodation: No
  • Ideal for: surfers

Boneyard Beach (AKA The Boneyard) isn’t your typical Kiama beach. Similar to Black Beach yet unlike most of the beaches in Kiama, Boneyard Beach is a small and sheltered pebble beach. Again, similar to Black Beach, Boneyard Beach is characterised by volcanic black basalt pebbles.

Sure, Boneyard Beach is a natural spectacle that’s interesting to explore. Beck and I checked it out during the Kiama Coastal Walk. But, honestly speaking, Boneyard Beach was one of our least favourite beaches in Kiama. After all, we much prefer the long stretches of golden sand, that you’ll find at most of the Kiama beaches.

One thing that the Boneyard Beach has going for it is optimal surf breaks. Otherwise, many other beaches in Kiama are better for families and non-surfers.

Given Boneyard Beach is a little off the beaten track, you won’t find much in the way of facilities. You can access the beach via several walking tracks from the end of Cliff Drive in Kiama Downs.

Dan at a beach in Kiama called Boneyard Beach

4. Bombo Beach

Beck at Bombo Beach during the Kiama Coastal Walk

Running alongside the Grand Pacific Drive, Bombo Beach is another gorgeous long beach in Kiama Downs. Having similar vibes to Jones Beach, Bombo Beach is another glorious stretch of golden sand without the crowds (even in summer). The 1.2km beach stretches from Bombo Headland in the north to Pheasant Point in the south.

Other than being a gorgeous beach itself, the beach’s headlands are truly magnificent. Bombo Headland is home to a former quarry and geological site. While, Pheasant Point, if safe to explore (tide and swell depending), is home to unnamed hidden blowholes. Indeed, Beck and I enjoyed exploring the headlands of Bombo Beach, just as much as the beach itself.

The northern end of the beach is easy to access via the beach’s main car park, which is where you’ll find a toilet block. This end of the beach is also patrolled during the summer school holidays from mid-December to late January.

Bonus tip: head to Bombo Headland for sunrise. The headland provides one of the best sunrise spots on the South Coast of New South Wales.

5. Black Beach

An aerial shot of Kiama Harbour and Black Beach
Kiama Harbour and Black Beach

Similar to Boneyard Beach, Black Beach (as the name suggests) is a black sand and pebble beach. Unlike Boneyard Beach, Black Beach isn’t off the beaten track.

Black Beach is located in the heart of Kiama next to Kiama Harbour and Blowhole Point. So, many visitors walking the coastal trails in the town of Kiama will simply pass Black Beach rather than visit it as a standalone attraction. Indeed, most visitors heading to Blowhole Point are there to see the famous Kiama Blowhole and Kiama Lighthouse rather than Black Beach.

Albeit, Black Beach is a popular place for snorkelling. So, if you’re keen on seeing some marine life, you may want to head straight to Black Beach. As well, many locals head to the rock pool at Black Beach (AKA Continental Ocean Pool and Olympic Pool) for a morning dip.

In theory, access to the beach should be simple as there is plenty of streetside parking along Shoalhaven Street in the town of Kiama. But, during peak visitor times on the weekend and during school holidays and summer, these parking areas fill up quickly.

You’ll find a toilet block conveniently located at Black Beach Reserve, which is right next to the beach.

A black sand beach in Kiama called Black Beach

6. Kiama Surf Beach

  • Location: Kiama (Google Maps)
  • Parking: Yes (details below)
  • Toilets/changing rooms: Yes
  • Patrols: Yes (details below)
  • Surf conditions: Surf-Reports
  • Beachfront Accommodation: Yes – Kiama Surf Beach Holiday Park
  • Ideal for: surfers, families and people requiring wheelchair accessibility
An aerial shot of a surf beach in Kiama

Kiama Surf Beach has long been Kiama’s main beach. Given its prime location near Kiama’s main streets and shops, it’s perhaps the most popular beach in Kiama. Of course, other than its ideal location, the dazzling blue waters and outstanding surf breaks are enough to attract visitors.

The embayed beach is only around 270 metres long. So, it’s much smaller than the beaches in Kiama Downs. At Church Point, north of the beach, you’ll find the Kiama Showground. While, at Kendalls Point, immediately south of the beach, you’ll find Kiama Surf Beach Holiday Park. At the centre of the beach, there is the Kiama Surf Life Saving Club as well as a park and playground.

You’ll find there is plenty of parking at Kiama Surf Beach. There is a car park off Manning Street at the northern end of the beach as well as a car park off Barney Street at the southern end of the beach. On top of that, there is plenty of streetside parking on Manning Street, which faces opposite the beach.

There are toilets and changing rooms at the Surf Life Saving Club, which makes a day out at the beach with the family super convenient.

Generally speaking, Kiama Surf Beach is patrolled daily from the September school holidays through to the April school holidays. Certainly, it’s the beach that’s patrolled the most in Kiama. This makes sense given its popularity.

Read more: Kiama Surf Beach Guide – Everything You Need to Know

Dan walks on a beach called Kiama Surf Beach

7. Kendalls Beach

An aerial shot of a beach called Kendalls Beach in Kiama

Located immediately south of Kiama Surf Beach, Kendalls Beach is easily one of the most spectacular beaches in Kiama. Similar in size to Kiama Surf Beach, Kendalls Beach is around 380 metres long. The breathtaking golden sand beach is positioned between Kendall Point, to the north, and Kaleula Head, to the south.

Chapman Point Reserve backs the northern end of the beach. The rest of the beach is backed by a dreamy holiday park called Kendalls On The Beach. At the southern end of the beach, you’ll find another small grassy reverse called Kendalls Beach Reserve as well as a small lagoon.

At either reserve, you’ll find formal parking areas. There are also 15 spaces at the end of O’Keefe Place, where you’ll find two disabled parking spots. From all of these parking areas, you’ll be able to access the beach quickly and easily. You’re also welcome to use the amenities block at Kendalls On The Beach to get changed or to use the loo.

Usually, during summer holidays, the beach is patrolled daily. Albeit, thankfully, Kendalls Beach is usually free of rips. Indeed, it’s often a safer and calmer beach to swim at compared with Kiama Surf Beach. Of course, always check the swell forecast and conditions before heading out for a swim.

Read more: Kendalls Beach and Kendalls On The Beach – The Complete Guide

Dan walks on a beach called Kendalls Beach in Kiama

8. Easts Beach

A beach in Kiama called Easts Beach backed by a holiday park and rolling green hills

Easts Beach is one of the best beaches in Kiama and perhaps our favourite beach in the area given its exquisite beauty. This southernmost beach of Kiama actually has very similar vibes to Kendalls Beach. At 350 metres long, it’s a similar size to Kendalls Beach. On top of that, the beach is also backed by a holiday park called BIG4 Easts Beach Holiday Park.

Easts Beach is well-hidden and appears to be a private beach for guests at the holiday park. But, like all Australian beaches, it’s public property and open to anyone to visit. With this said, there isn’t an official car park for the beach. You’ll have to find street parking and then find a trail leading to the beach. Your best bet is to look for parking on Ocean Street, Marsden Street or Tingira Crescent.

Regarding facilities, technically, there aren’t really any for the public. Most of the facilities and amenities are for guests at the BIG4 Easts Beach Holiday Park. With this said, the public often uses the beachside amenities block.

And, of course, the beach patrol service is accessible to all, running over the summer school holidays from mid-December to the end of January. Similar to Kendalls Beach, Easts Beach usually has gentler waves and calmer waters. So, Easts Beach, in Kiama, is another family-friendly beach.

Read more: Easts Beach, Kiama – Visiting and Staying at BIG4 Easts Beach

A beach in Kiama called Easts Beach with turquoise-coloured water backed by a holiday park

9. Werri Beach

Beck sits on a bench looking at a beach called Werri Beach

Werri Beach is a beautiful 1.5km long beach in Gerringong near Kiama. It’s the main beach in Gerringong, featuring high headlands at either end. In between the northern Red Cliff and southern Werri Point, you’ll find a brilliantly curved horse-shoe style beach featuring a lagoon. Beck and I enjoyed the spectacular views of the beach from either headland as much as strolling along the beach itself.

The beach is easy to access with car parks at either end. Admittedly, the southern end of the beach has more parking spaces. That’s because the southern end is where the beach is patrolled and it’s also where you’ll find an ocean rock pool (Ourie Pool). So, more people access the southern end of the beach.

The beach is patrolled daily over the summer holidays between mid-December and late January. Between the end of September and before the summer school holidays, the beach is patrolled on weekends and public holidays.

Overall, the beach has great facilities, amenities and accessibility, while Gerringong’s town centre is conveniently located nearby. Facing opposite Werri Beach, you’ll also find Werri Beach Holiday Park, which offers superb beachfront accommodation.

Read more: Werri Beach – Everything You Need to Know Before Visiting

Beck walks on a golden sand beach called Werri Beach

10. Seven Mile Beach

  • Location: Gerroa (Google Maps)
  • Parking: Yes (details below)
  • Toilets/changing rooms: Yes (map)
  • Patrols: Yes (details below)
  • Surf conditions: Surf-Reports
  • Beachfront Accommodation: Yes – Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park
  • Ideal for: surfers, families, nature seekers and people requiring wheelchair accessibility
A couple walks along a beach called Seven Mile Beach in Gerroa, which is backed by bushland.

As the name suggests, Seven Mile Beach is one very long beach, measuring 12km. Stretching from Gerroa in the north to Shoalhaven Heads in the south, Seven Mile Beach features a sensational stretch of fine white sand. As well, Seven Mile Beach National Park occupies the central part of the beach and the surrounding bushland.

Given the length of the beach, there are many different access points. These include accessing the beach at the northern end from Gerroa, where you can find small parking areas at Crooked River Road and Burke Parade. You can also access the southern end from the Shoalhaven Heads Surf Life Saving Club Car Park on McIntosh Street. To visit Seven Mile Beach National Park, you’ll park at the Beach Road Picnic Area on Beach Road.

Personally speaking, Beck and I mostly explored the middle area of the beach. Although, this area is never patrolled. Only certain areas of the beach are patrolled during the summer school holidays. The Shoalhaven Heads Surf Club patrol the southern end of the beach and the Kiama Municipal Council Lifeguard Service patrol the northern end of the beach.

So, there are many ways to explore this awe-inspiring beach. If you want to explore walking and cycling tracks, we recommend heading to Seven Mile Beach National Park. But, for a more family-friendly beach experience, we recommend going to either end of the beach during the school summer holidays.

Read more: Seven Mile Beach Gerroa – 5 Best Things to Do

Beck and Dan embrace at a beach called Seven Mile Beach in Gerroa

Bonus Beach: Killalea Beach

So, that’s all of the nitty-gritty details about all of the beaches in the Kiama area. Below, we’ve got a bonus beach near Kiama that you should also consider visiting.

Dan on a wooden steps leading to The Farm, which is located in the Killalea Regional Park

The reason we have included Killalea Beach (AKA The Farm), although it falls outside the Municipality of Kiama, is that you’ll literally pass by it to get to Minnamurra Beach. So, it makes sense to have Killalea Beach on your radar when visiting beaches in Kiama. Certainly, Killalea Beach in the Killalea Regional Park is one of the best beaches near Kiama.

Backed by barrier dunes and Killalea Lagoon, Killalea Beach is a beautiful 600 metre long beach with remarkable surfing conditions. Indeed, the beach is a famous surfing spot, with surfers all over New South Wales, heading there to experience the legendary surf breaks. Because the beach isn’t patrolled and is prone to rips, it’s not exactly the best place to take the kids swimming. Thankfully, there are plenty of other great family-friendly beaches in Kiama.

To access Killalea Beach, you can follow the short Surfers Track from The Farm Kiosk. Alternatively, you can park at the southern end of the beach.

Like Minnamurra Beach, Killalea Beach doesn’t have much in the way of facilities. This makes sense as it falls in a Regional Park. Although, there are toilets at The Farm Kiosk that you can use.

Read more: The Farm (Killalea Beach) – The Complete Visitor’s Guide

A track made of steps leads down to a beach called The Farm in the Killalea Regional Park

Best Kiama Beaches For Swimming

If you’re visiting a beach in Kiama, you probably have swimming on your mind. That’s more than fair as the turquoise-coloured water is extremely inviting. For sure, it’s hard to beat going for a paddle in the ocean in Kiama during summer. Of course, you’ll want to swim on a patrolled beach, between the flags, to ensure your safety and the safety of your loved ones.

As mentioned, some beaches in Kiama aren’t patrolled and most beaches aren’t patrolled outside of summer. For your convenience, we’ve listed the beaches that are patrolled at some time during the year. These make for the best beaches to swim at.

  • Jones Beach
  • Bombo Beach
  • Kiama Surf Beach
  • Kendalls Beach
  • Easts Beach
  • Werri Beach
  • Seven Mile Beach

For specific patrol times and days, head to the Kiama Council website.

In terms of kid-friendly beaches, you’ll generally find the calmest waters and gentlest waves at Kendalls Beach and Easts Beach.

An aerial shot of coastal landscape showing a strip of golden sand and small waves crashing
Easts Beach

Best Kiama Beaches For Surfing

Undoubtedly, Kiama has a strong surfing culture. After all, Kiama has many beaches providing excellent surf breaks, and the town has produced famous surfers over the years. Below, we’ll list the best Kiama beaches for surfing.

  • Minnamurra Beach
  • Jones Beach
  • Boneyard Beach
  • Bombo Beach
  • Kiama Surf Beach
  • Werri Beach
  • Seven Mile Beach
Half a dozen surfers in the water
Kiama Surf Beach

Of course, Killalea Beach also has world-class surf breaks.

For more information regarding surf conditions, we recommend reading the current forecasts provided throughout this guide. Otherwise, head to Beach Safe for a detailed description of the typical breaks and rips at each beach.

Three surfers enter the water
Werri Beach

Best Kiama Beaches For Fishing

The beaches at Kiama are also great places for fishing. Of course, fishing is possible at all of the beaches. But, some beaches are better than others for reeling in a fish or two. Below, we’ll list the best beaches in Kiama for fishing.

  • Minnamurra Beach (at Minnamurra River)
  • Jones Beach
  • Bombo Beach
  • Werri Beach
  • Seven Mile Beach

Dog-Friendly Kiama Beaches

So, what if you want to take pooch on your Kiama beach adventures? Well, generally speaking, dogs aren’t allowed on beaches in Kiama except in designated off-leash areas. Below, we’ll list the dog-friendly beaches in Kiama that have off-leash areas.

  • Bombo Beach
  • Jones Beach
  • Werri Beach

Otherwise, there are plenty of off-leash areas at reserves and headlands between beaches in Kiama. These include, from north to south, Minnamurra Headland, Bombo Headland, Kaleula Reserve, Marsden Headland and Gerringong Headland (Werri Point).

Beck walks on a grassy area known as Minnmaurra Headland
Minnamurra Headland

Wheelchair-Accessibility at Kiama Beaches

Kiama prides itself on being an inclusive tourism destination. To that end, many of its beaches provide wheelchair-accessible paths and facilities.

The surf life-saving clubs at both Kiama Surf Beach and Jones Beach provide beach wheelchairs for hire during patrol hours. Beach wheelchair hire is also possible at the Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park office during patrol hours.

In addition, Kendalls On The Beach provides accessible cabins for those with mobility impairments.

Below, we’ve listed beaches in Kiama with wheelchair-accessible facilities such as wheelchair-friendly paths and toilets.

  • Jones Beach
  • Bombo Beach
  • Black Beach
  • Kiama Surf Beach
  • Kendalls Beach
  • Werri Beach
  • Seven Mile Beach
A surf life saving club
Kiama Surf Beach Surf Life Saving Club

Best Kiama Ocean Rock Pools

Other than having phenomenal beaches, Kiama also has plenty of ocean rock pools. Below, we’ve listed all of the ocean rock pools in Kiama (from north to south) and at what beach or harbour you’ll find them.

  • Black Beach: Continental Rock Pool (AKA Olympic Pool)
  • Kiama Harbour: Blowhole Point Rock Pool
  • Werri Beach: Ourie Pool
  • Gerringong Harbour: Gerringong Boat Harbour Rock Pool
Rock pool at Black Beach
Continental Rock Pool
An ocean rock pool with people swimming
Blowhole Point Rock Pool
Dan approaches a rock pool
Gerringong Boat Harbour Rock Pool

Kiama Coastal Walk: See All the Beaches

There is one unique way to see all of the beaches in Kiama in a single day. That involves doing the sensational yet underrated Kiama Coastal Walk (AKA the Kiama Coast Walk and Kiama Beach Walk). Beck and I rate the Kiama Coastal Walk as one of the best coastal walks in New South Wales. Certainly, doing this coastal walk is one amazing way to experience all of the beaches in Kiama.

Read more: Kiama Coastal Walk – Everything You Need to Know

Dan and Beck on the Kiama Coastal Walk approaching a beach called Easts Beach

Where to Stay in Kiama

Are you heading to Kiama for a weekend or a family holiday? There are loads of great accommodation options in Kiama, Gerringong and Gerroa. But, if you want to maximise your time at a beach in Kiama, you may want to consider staying at beachfront accommodation.

The best beachfront accommodation in Kiama are located at holiday parks dotted along several beaches along the Kiama Coast. Indeed, most of these holiday parks provide incredible uninterrupted views of the beach.

For your convenience, we’ve listed all of the beachfront holiday parks in Kiama below.

Kiama Beach Holiday Parks

A sheltered pool

Enjoy unparalleled views of the ocean from your beachside accommodation at any one of these holiday parks in Kiama.

Otherwise, feel free to read our other Kiama accommodation guides to help you suss out the right place for you and your family or friends to stay.

How to Get to Kiama

It’s possible to use public transport to get to Kiama and its beaches. There is a train station near Bombo Beach (Bombo Station). As well, Kiama Station is close to Black Beach and Kiama Surf Beach. On top of that, Gerringong Station is around a 2km walk from Werri Beach.

To reach other beaches in Kiama, you’ll need to get a bus from Bombo, Kiama or Gerringong Stations. We recommend using the Transport NSW Trip Planner or app to help plan your journey.

Just so you’re aware, Minnamurra Station is great for accessing Minnamurra River but you won’t have direct access to Minnamurra Beach. As mentioned, you’ll have to drive to Killalea Regional Park to directly access both Killalea Beach and Minnamurra Beach as there is no public transport going to the park.

Overall, by far the easiest and quickest way to get to beaches in Kiama is to drive. Certainly, if you want the ultimate freedom to explore the Kiama Coast, we recommend driving there and having a vehicle to get around.

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Kiama Beaches FAQs

Below, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions about beaches in Kiama.

Beck walks on a coastal trail
Easts Beach

How Many Beaches Does Kiama Have?

There are ten beaches in the Municipality of Kiama.

Can You Swim in Kiama Surf Beach?

Yes, although, we recommend swimming during patrol hours.

What Is the Nicest Beach Near Kiama?

This all comes down to personal preference but Beck and I highly rate the quieter Kiama beaches such as Minnamurra Beach, Jones Beach and Easts Beach.

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We acknowledge and respect the First Nations people as the Traditional Custodians of the land/water that we visited and recognise that sovereignty was never ceded.

Daniel Piggott

Physiotherapist turned travel blogger, Dan is a keen hiker, natural wonder seeker and world traveller. He loves writing travel guides to help his readers explore the most beautiful destinations in the world.

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