Wollongong has a rich built and natural heritage. It includes individual houses, public buildings, industrial sites and the natural environment. Some heritage buildings and places have disappeared; others have been altered significantly while others remain unrecognised.
The entries in this section are the result of research enquiries received by the Illawarra Historical Society. They do not seek to be exhaustive but serve as a quick reference. Where possible indications are provided to further sources. Click on the red text for more information.
|Clifton School of Arts||338 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Clifton 2515|
|Port Kembla former Masonic Temple||195 Wentworth St, Port Kembla 2505|
|Port Kembla Post Office||27-29 Wentworth St, Port Kembla 2505|
|Cricketer's Arms Hotel [site]||35 Crown St, Wollongong 2500|
|Smith’s Hill Fort||Cliff Rd, Wollongnong 2500|
|St Michael's Anglican Cathedral||Market and Curch St, Wollongong 2500|