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Wollongong, and the larger Illawarra area that encompasses it, is New South Wales’s third-largest urban area, with a population of approximately 460,000 people (2011). The Illawarra area comprises of the local government areas of Kiama, Shellharbour, Shoalhaven, Wingecarribee and Wollongong councils.
Dominating the skyline from much of the coastal area is the Illawarra escarpment – a long range running parallel to the coastline with a maximum height of 803 metres (at Bells Hill). This escarpment is one of the major attractions of the Grand Pacific Drive, stretching from the Royal National Park to Nowra and hugging the coast for much of its route.
Wollongong’s highest recorded temperature is 44 degrees Celsius and its lowest recorded temperature is 1 degree Celsius. Throughout the year, the average high temperature is 22 degrees Celsius and the average low is 13 degrees Celsius. It has an average of 137 rainy days per year and 1,320 millimetres of precipitation.
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