Ulladulla Attractions - South Coast NSW
The surrounding area of Ulladulla includes historic Milton, Mollymook beach, lakeside town of Burrill all of which offer a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere and a vast variety of relaxing holiday activities.
The pristine beaches invite surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling or enjoy Reef or Deep Sea fishing or day cruises.
Other activities include Bushwalking - climb the Pigeon House Mountain - and there are many picnic areas along the coast and in the highlands as well as numerous lakes for boating activities and fishing.
Take a short walk to beautiful Ulladulla beaches to swim, surf or fish, plus one can stroll the beaches with their fascinating rock pools. Boating and fishing enthusiasts will find that they are just 5 minutes from Ulladulla harbour boat ramps. Warden Lighthouse provides great views of the beautiful south coast.
Wander along the harbour foreshore and admire the fishing boats anchored in the Bay and the local fish shops can supply a variety of fresh and cooked seafood for your enjoyment.
Enjoy a round of Golf at the nine hole Beachside course and 18 hole Hilltop championship course both at Mollymook
Only 30 minutes drive from Ulladulla, one can enjoy half or whole day bushwalks on Pigeon House Mountain, the Castle or the Budawangs. The views from the mountaintops are unsurpassed, taking in impressive rural and coastal views.
See dolphins and whales from a variety of pleasure cruises or visit Pebbly Beach and watch the kangaroos laze in the sun. Enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the beautiful South Coast.
All year round, dolphins can be seen gently cruising off shore at Mollymook beach and occasionally pods of whales are sighted around the many islands that dot the coast. We are able to organise tickets for the Dolphin and Whale cruises at Huskisson on Jervis Bay.
In Milton, stroll around and take in the historic town atmosphere enjoying the fascinating art and decor shops. There are also the sizzling variety of restaurants and cafes in the area to tempt your taste buds.
Located in 12 hectares of bushland, the Wildflower Reserve in Spring and early Summer offer spectacular displays of Christmas Bush and Waratahs.
There are two Aboriginal walking tracks at Ulladulla to discover our natural and Aboriginal heritage. The South Pacific Reserve features an interesting walking trail with excellent views of the ocean and great opportunities for bird watching.