- Address: Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia
- Tags: Family And Kids
If you are eagerly looking for a sea side Australian city to explore, then visiting Wollongong will be the best option for you. By the Grand Pacific Drive, this coastal city is naturally decorated with rocky cliffs, sandy beaches and thriving forest areas. The city boasts University of Wollongong which is one of the best modern universities in the world. It is the place where first super league matches will be held outside UK. Museum, Wildlife Park, and Five Islands Brewery are the main tourist spots of this city. The buzzing city centre is full of shopping malls, art galleries, cafes, and restaurants where fresh seafood gets served. You can also find a lot of classy bars here.
How to Reach Wollongong
- Buses 53, 37, 65, 51 to stop : Burelli St after Keira St
- Bus 65 to stop : Auburn St at Ellen St
Wollongong Reviews & Ratings
A neat station with easy access for prams and wheelchairs and bicyclists. Caught a train here from Central and then later a local service. Good information including train departure times. Connection to buses. Proximate to city centre and easy walk to beaches.
Station is cleaned regularly, but the drains are blocked sometimes so the platform floods on rainy days. Staff are helpful to direct you to the correct train. Must go to north-bound platform 1 to top up your Opal card as there is no Opal machine on the south-bound platform 2 side.
Lovely station with a bit of class. Beautifully maintained. Welcoming staff.
Good station with plenty of parking, a spot to buy snacks and drinks. Also nice and long to fit longer trains in with lifts for parking and access to the streets and other side of the station. Location is central and easy to get to overall. Can sometimes see dodgy people hanging around but there's plenty of staff about to keep an eye on things.
Major regional station, though trains don’t come all that often. Interchange with busses as well.