Ulladulla is a coastal town, along the Princes Highway around 230 kilometres south of Sydney. It is one of the most picturesque spots in the Shoalhaven. It has a beautiful boat harbour, with its distinctive rocky breakwater, which is the hub of this delightful seaside township. A large natural rock pool is at the southern end near the Mollymook headland. The tidal pool is called Bogey Hole and great for swimming and snorkelling.
The whole area is pristine – river, beaches, lakes, forest – it has a real feel of peace and beauty! Water sports such as fishing, swimming, diving and surfing are popular. Discover Mollymook, which is not far from Ulladulla, with beautiful beaches, surfing, and great spots to spot wildlife from dolphins to even whales when they are migrating.
Nearby, the charming township of Milton, with its arts and craft stores, excellent cafes and restaurants, unique designer shops and quality accommodation has long been a favourite with visitors and provides a great base for exploring the local attractions. The character of Milton is enhanced by its many historic buildings, to the extent that the entire town has now been classified by the National Trust as an historic village.