Pretty as a postcard

An elegant country escape awaits in Milton. Enjoy artistic offerings, colourful shopping and gourmet experiences in this fashionable town that boasts a picture-postcard scene of beautiful green hills and heritage streetscapes. In the distance, spot Pigeon House Mountain, a haven for bushwalkers, offering spectacular views of the Shoalhaven region.

Friends enjoying food and drink at the onsite restaurant at Cupitt's Estate, Ulladulla

Cupitt's Estate, Ulladulla

Food & wine indulgences

Thanks to an abundance of fresh produce, fine wines, bakeries, country pubs and quality restaurants, Milton is known as a foodie destination on the NSW South Coast. Enjoy a beautiful breakfast at Milk Haus, then browse artisan breads and gourmet pies at Flour Water Salt or The Heritage Bakery.

At Cupitt's Winery, you can taste wines at the cellar door, cheeses from the fromagerie and craft beers from the microbrewery. Enjoy lunch on the lawn or in Cupitt's Estate Restaurant. For dinner, book a table at Small Town Food and Wine for a culinary treat, or Harvest Bar for tapas and live music on weekends. Check out the events calendar to see what’s on, like the delicious Milton Food and Wine Festival in March.

Friends enjoying a wine tasting experience with head winemaker Wally Cupitt of Cupitt's Winery, Ulladulla, South Coast

Cupitt's Winery, Ulladulla

Antiques & artistic endeavours

For antiques and arts, stop by Nulladolla Pottery, Millhouse Gallery, Milton Timber Gallery and Turnbull Bros Antiques, Milton’s oldest antique shop. Head along to the Milton Village Showground Markets, a bustling produce and craft market held on the first Saturday of every month. The historic Milton Theatre hosts concerts and performances.

Couple enjoying panoramic views across to Pigeon House Mountain (Aboriginal: Didthul) in Morton National Park,  Jervis Bay & Shoalhaven, South Coast

Pigeon House Mountain (Didthul), Morton National Park

Getting there 

Located in the Shoalhaven region on the NSW South Coast, Milton is three hours’ drive from Sydney and 2.5 hours from Canberra. Nearby, you’ll find Lake Conjola, and the seaside towns of Mollymook and Ulladulla


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