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At the southern tip of the Royal National Park, just 54 km south of Sydney, the Southern Tablelands stretch to the Pacific Ocean. creating breathtaking coastal vistas. Headlands plummet into the water, broken by rocky and sandy coves. The historic beachside town of Stanwell Park popular with hang-gliders. cheap hotel stay Wollongong is home to steelworks, copper smelting and other heavy industry and an international shipping port located at PORT Kemble Harbour. About 85 km south of Sydney, accommodation deals,the state’s third largest city spreads along narrow coastal plain, with the hills and forest of the Illawarra escarpment to the west. To the east lie 17 sparkling surf beaches, patrolled by lifeguards during the peak summer season. Port Kembla Harbour offers great breakwater fishing for the landbased angler-mulloway, snapper, bream, luderick and tailor are typical hauls. cheap hotel stay,It may be heavily fished, but the shallow waters of Lake Illawarra also yield consistently reliable catches. Some of the region’s best fishing is just past Lake Illawarra, at Bass Point. The Bass Point Marine Reserve is recognized as a premier dive and snorkeling location. Port Jackson sharks, eagle rays.motels, last minute deals,Groper, giant cuttlefish and vivid mosaic of sponges, waving sea tulips and colourful nudibranchs are typical of the diverse ecosystem.