Sensational Wollongong

Wollongong is renowned for the myriad of nearby sights and sensations. From beaches to rainforests, sporting functions to concerts – Wollongong has something for everyone and the staff at the Normandie can help you plan and make the most of your visit to this abundant and beautiful region. The helpful staff at the Normandie are happy to help you make the most of your visit and will assist with places to go, maps and activities you’ll enjoy.

Wollongong Harbour and Basin

Wollongong Harbour a stroll from Normandie. It is the only point on the east coast to have 2 lighthouses, the other being Wollongong Headland Lighthouse

Join the locals and travellers to jog or walk around the Harbour.

Win Sports and Entertainment Centre

WIN Stadium is one of the home venues of the St George-Illawarra Dragons who play in the National Rugby League (NRL).  Other users of the stadium include the Wollongong Wolves (Football) and Illawarra Steelers.

The WIN Entertainment Centre (WEC) is a multi-purpose arena. The main auditorium has a maximum capacity of 6,000 with flexible configurations that can host various events, including concerts, dinners, seminars, conference, school formals and exhibitions.  The WEC has been the ‘home-court’ for the Wollongong Hawks National Basketball League (NBL) team, hosting regular season home games, and any other finals-series home games

Wolves (Football) and Illawarra Steelers.

The WIN Entertainment Centre (WEC) is a multi-purpose arena. The main auditorium has a maximum capacity of 6,000 with flexible configurations that can host various events, including concerts, dinners, seminars, conference, school formals and exhibitions.  The WEC has been the ‘home-court’ for the Wollongong Hawks National Basketball League (NBL) team, hosting regular season home games, and any other finals-series home games