An Introduction to the Northern Suburbs of Wollongong

Happy New Year readers!

I went for a drive through Wollongong’s most Northern Suburbs (which is the start of the Grand Pacific Drive) squashed between the mountains and the sea.
Grand Pacific Drive – Seacliff Bridge
 All along the drive are modern houses, old miners cottages and little beaches.
 
 
I went as far as Bald Hill to get some nice photos of the Sea Cliff Bridge.
 
Bald Hill
 
Then stopped at Coalcliff and walked the bridge. That has to be the best thing we have ever gotten in Wollongong. The bridge is utilised by daily walkers, joggers, day trippers, photographers, cyclists, bikers, car enthusiasts and your normal commuters.
 
I always thought it looked the best when driving south but today I went both ways and going north was amazing.
Enjoy the photos!
 
Coalcliff
Austinmer
 
Stanwell Park

P.S. Thirroul Seaside and Arts Festival or Great Illawarra Walk

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