Good explanation on the formation of blow hole. Basically, large waves enter the mouth of Blowhole and compress the air within the inner cavity. The escaping air forces the trapped water up the blow hole with a loud 'whoopm'.
The blow hole is very big and the rocks are gigantic if compared to the visitors standing on top of it. Where is the blow hole?
Wow... speechless... something that must be seen with our own eyes
Some history about Kiama Blow Hole. It was first visited by a mat salleh about 300 years ago.
Overall, What an enjoyable day... I will come back again.... :)
For summary of our journey of the day:
we departed from Sydney around 11am ----> Bald Hills ---> SeaCliff Bridge---> Nam Tian Temple + lunch ---> Kiama Tourist Centre, just near to Kiama Blow Hole ---> Kiama Blow Hole ---> Wollongong ---> Reach Sydney around 7pm.