Wollongong is 70km south of Sydney and the third largest city in New South Wales and the seventh largest in Australia. It is the gateway to the Illawarra and Southern Highlands regions. The Grand Pacific Drive is a scenic drive from the Royal National Park to Wollongong and crosses the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge. Wollongong is a relaxed multi cultural cosmopolitan city with restaurants, hotels, clubs, art galleries and museums. The name Wollongong means crashing waves and surf in the Aboriginal language.