Local Events

Something is always happening in and around Kiama!  For a complete list of what to see and do in Kiama and the surrounding region click hereClick here to see past events.

Carols in the Park Kiama

13 December 2017

Deck the halls with boughs of holly! There's no better way to celebrate that Christmas is near than to sing along to your favourite carols.

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Kiama's New Year's Eve Fireworks

31 December 2017

Kiama's New Year's Eve fireworks display is the largest held between Sydney and Melbourne and is enjoyed by nearly 18,000 people!

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World Surf League (WSL) World Junior Championship

4 January 2018

Taking place between 4th and 12 January 2018, Kiama will see the world's best junior surfers, 18 years and under complete for the World Junior Title.

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Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival

9 March 2018

Free things are good things, or great when it comes to the shows held across 30 different venues in Kiama this March!

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Red Hot Summer Tour

14 April 2018

This popular all ages events returns to the Kiama Showgrounds and is a rocking music event not to be missed!

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Music in the Park

Music in the Park is a 2 hour live music session held on the first Sunday of each month.

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Weekly Kiama Farmers' Market

The Kiama Farmers' Market is held every Wednesday at Coronation Park, Manning Street, Surf Beach, Kiama  from 3pm to 6pm in summer (October to April) & 2-5pm in Winter (April to October).

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Monthly Kiama Seaside Markets

The Kiama Seaside Markets are every 3rd Sunday of the month from 9am to 3pm at Black Beach and boasts over 100 stalls.

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Monthly Kiama Makers & Growers Market

The Kiama Makers & Growers Market (previously known as the Kiama Produce Market) is a "Make It, Bake It, Grow It, Sew It" market held every month on the fourth Saturday between 10am and 3pm at Black Beach right here in beautiful Kiama.

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Kiama Arts Trail

The Kiama Arts Trail is open the first weekend of each month (10am to 4pm) and takes you through some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia.  Entry to each of the venues is free, but by appointment.  

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