Things to Do
Things to see and do
Warden Head Lighthouse
Warden Head Lighthouse, also known as Ulladulla Lighthouse, is an active lighthouse on Warden Head, a headland south of Ulladulla, New South Wales, Australia, guarding the entrance to the Port of Ulladulla. Access is at the end of Deering Street Ulladulla.
Arcadia Twin Cinema
Arcadia Cinemas has been offering the latest in cinema going experience for the last 21 years, and provides screenings of the latest movies 7 days a week! You will find them in Boree Street in Ulladulla. https://www.arcadiatwin.com.au/
Dunn Lewis Centre - Ten Pin Bowling
Take the Family to the local 12 lane Ten Pin Bowling Alley – great family fun for all abilities and ages 2 – 92. Open 7 days a week
Monday – Saturday 9.00am – 8.30pm and Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm. Great for a rainy day activity. Dunn Lewis Centre
Ulladulla Leisure Centre
Our premium facility has something for everyone. Come and swim in either our indoor or outdoor pools, take a fitness class or just unwind in our spa. http://www.shoalhavenswimandfitness.com.au/Our-Centres/Ulladulla
Amusement Park- Interactive rides & games for kids of all ages are spread over 3 floors at this activity centre. Great spot to keep the kids amused particularly if the weather outside isn't so great. More info http://www.funland.com.au
Godwanna Coast Fossil Walk
In operation since 2009 the Gondwana Coast Fossil walk takes you on a guided tour of some artefacts from 270,000,000 years ago this walk is suitable for all ages. The walk begins at the grassed picnic area near the Marine Rescue Headquarters. Each walk takes about 2 hours and begins with a ‘hands on briefing’. For more information please head to http://www.gondwanacoastfossilwalk.com.au
Mollymook Park (Livies Place Mollymook)
Located right next door to the Mollymook Surf Lifesaving club this fun park built for all abilities and ages has newly been redeveloped. The are features BBQ’s, seats and table, slides, swings and even a water play area. A must see if you are travelling with the littlies.
Mick Ryan Park Milton
Located in this historic Township of Milton is this picturesque park, featuring a children's playground and toilet facilities. You will find a beautiful large fig tree that is popular attraction in the park. Located at 49 Princes Highway, Milton 2538.
The inlet is a popular spot on a sunny day with BBQ facilities a playground and toilets it is popular for families. The sheltered inlet makes it easy to keep an eye on the little ones when they are cooling off in the water.
A popular walking track of 11kms it is suitable for those with a Medium level fitness and does have climb of nearly 800 meters. The views you will experience are worth the challenge.
For more info http://bushwalkingnsw.com/walk.php?nid=807
Pigeon House Mountain
This 6km walk is popular also. The Mountain’s name dates back to 1770 when Captain James Cook noted "a remarkable peaked hill which resembled a square dovehouse with a dome on top and for that reason I called it Pigeon House”. The climb to the top is not long but is steep and the track is well marked.
For more info http://bushwalkingnsw.com/walk.php?nid=806
Located on the Clyde River is this popular swimming, camping and picnic location. Please note that the causeway may be in-passable during high rainfall or high tides.
For more info: http://www.eurobodalla.com.au/Things-to-See-and-Do/Sport-and-Adventure/drives-and-lookouts/shallow-crossing
Clyde River Berry Farm
Through December and January you can pick your own fresh blueberries at the Clyde River Berry farm. You can also treat yourself to a berry ice-cream during your visit. For more info: http://clyderiverberryfarm.com.au/
Millhouse Art Gallery
Browse and purchase artwork by local artists at thisHours are generally between 10am- 3pm NSW school holidays and weekends.
Situated at the end of Burleigh Way in Mollymook is this lovely sheltered “Rock Pool”. Perfect for little children as it is mostly sheltered from the surf this natural pool is a safe and fun place for the whole family to swim whilst in the area.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding/Surfing/Kayaking
There are many lovely locations to Surf, Kayak and Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP). Should you like some lessons or board hire there are many local places to do this including Pam Burridge Surf School http://www.pamburridge.com/
There are many local markets on throughout the year. Some to look out for during your stay are the following:
Milton Showgrounds Markets- The first Saturday of each month and Easter Saturday
Mollymook Beach Markets- The 5th Sunday of the month
Ulladulla Warf Markets- Every second Sunday of the month
Gaia Farmers Market- Every Thursday 2pm at the Ulladulla Civic Centre
Cupitts Winery Growers Market- Last Saturday of each month
For more info: http://www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au/index.php/markets
There is lots to see and do at Easter in the area with the Blessing of the Feet Festival. There is a Parade on Easter Sunday down the main street of the town, there is entertainment at various locations and a spectacular Fireworks Display on the Sunday evening.
More info: http://www.blessingofthefleet.info/
New Years Eve
New Years Eve also sees many things happening around the area. For more info go to: http://www.nyeulladulla.com/
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