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 Schoo

Millhouse Art Gallery

The Millhouse Art Society operates the Millhouse Art Gallery at the Courtyard Studios in Milton.  We hold four exhibitions each year, changing all artworks at the beginning of each season. Millhouse Art Society members are artists who appreciate the companionship of like minded people who enjoy sharing their painting skills with other members.  We meet as a group during the week in the Little Gallery (adjacent to the Main Gallery) and here we also conduct painting workshops.

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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.

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.

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The Castle

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.

Narrawallee Inlet

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.

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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.

Bogey Hole

Situated at the end of South Mollymook beach, just past the golf club 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.

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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.

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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

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Dunn Lewis Centre – Ten Pin Bowling

At the Dunn Lewis Centre Tenpin we also have social leagues for those who enjoy a little more fun and conversation when playing. We have special ‘Coffee Club Leagues’ and ‘Mothers Clubs Leagues’ that meet each week in a relaxed friendly environment. Joining a social league is a great way to meet new friends and take some time out for yourself while enjoying a couple of games of tenpin bowling. Social league members often enjoy a coffee and a chat with team mates in our café or lounge after their game.

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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.

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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.  

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Matt Upson Gwylo’s head chef has a very impressive culinary profile, having trained in South Australia under Cheong Liew, Simon Bryant and Maggie Beer among others. In 2013 he moved to Mollymook and opened, what became one of the best restaurants in the area, Tallwood. His latest creation is Gwylo. It opened in Sept. 2020, and in such a short space of time, has become a stunning success story.

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Rick Stein at Banisters

“Spectacularly sited on a headland with the pacific ocean all around, this hotel and restaurant is proof of Australia’s changing food culture and of a new swagger to the NSW south coast. Overseen by Rick Stein, Bannisters restaurant Mollymook is a memorable place to eat

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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’.

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Shallow Crossing

Shallow Crossing on the Clyde River is a 30-minute drive from Batemans Bay and inland from Murramarang National Park. It’s impassable during heavy rains and high tide. The area is surrounded by Boyne, South Brooman and Shallow Crossing State Forests, and is a haven for fishermen, bushwalkers, four-wheel drivers, and those who like to sit around and listen to the birds.

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Warden Head Lighthouse

A great spot for spotting sea life and especially for whale watching in the spring, Warden head Lighthouse is approaching its 150th year. Originally built on the Ulladulla Breakwater in 1873, the light was shifted to Warden Head in 1879. It is one of only two towers in New South Wales made from wrought iron plates, making it a rarity.

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