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Our neighbours the WIN Sports & Entertainment Center (WEC), the go-to venue for exhilarating sporting events, concerts, exhibitions and seminars all year round. You may just catch the St George Illawarra Dragons in action at the stadium or Illawarra Hawks circling in the centre.
Tucked away on Kembla Street right in the heart of Wollongong CBD is The Throsby – the perfect spot to start or end your night when you're looking for a place to unwind with friends.
Wollongong had an estimated urban population of 295,842 at June 2016, making it the third-largest city in New South Wales after Sydney and Newcastle, and the tenth-largest city in Australia.
Golfers out there, check out the Russell Vale Golf Course, just 15 minutes' drive from the hotel and boasting a commanding escarpment position with panoramic views of Illawarra’s coastline. Whether it's sailing, waterskiing, canoeing or fishing that rocks your boat, Lake Illawarra is the perfect place to experience the great outdoors.
The second largest saltwater lake in New South Wales, it’s also home to a rich diversity of aquatic birds, including black swans and pelicans.
Known affectionately by the locals as the "Old Wollongong Lighthouse", this decommissioned historic landmark stands on the end of the southern breakwater of Wollongong Harbour.
Built in 1871, it was listed as a heritage building in 2000 and was restored to its full glory in 2002.