Corrimal is a vibrant South Coast township in the northern reaches of the greater Wollongong metropolitan area. It is a well-rounded community with first-class shopping amenities, generous parkland and stunning beaches running north and south of the Towradgi Creek estuary, a marine complex that guarantees fine surfing and fishing.
The well appointed camping area stretches from the creek mouth to Bellambi Lake to the north. While Corrimal itself is only a small beach, Fairy Meadow to the south and Bellambi provide long stretches of gold which has forged an enviable international reputation on account of the fact that local sand was once shipped to Hawaii to spruce up one of the world’s most famous beaches - Waikiki.
Pride of the district reserve land is Memorial Park, a central green belt flanking Princes Highway and Railway Road. The park is graced by an Anzac Memorial, picnic tables and public chess boards.