Explore heritage walks and nature reserves, then reward yourself with a freshly caught feast of oysters and fish. Famous for its seafood and picturesque harbour, Ulladulla offers a laid-back coastal escape in the Shoalhaven region, full of gourmet delights, natural beauty, interesting galleries and surf shops.
Scuba diving, Ulladulla
Seafood & watersports
Ulladulla has been an important fishing port since 1859. Enjoy fresh seafood from local restaurantsand fish shops by the harbour, home to the monthly Ulladulla Wharf Markets. Watersports such as fishing, swimming, stand-up paddleboarding and surfing are big drawcards. There’s also a number of reef dive sitesaround the area.
Ulladulla is dotted with charming cafes and bustling restaurants. Drop into The Treehouse Café for great coffee and a menu focused around local wholefoods. OceanVibe is a new café overlooking the harbour serving breakfast, lunch and drinks. Cupitt’s Estate is close by, with a winery, brewery, fromagerie and stylish restaurant that uses produce from their own kitchen garden.
There are plenty of places to stay in Ulladulla and the surrounding areas, including on the picturesque shorelines of Burrill Lake and Tabourie Lake. Choose from waterfront motels, self-contained apartments, beach houses, boutique winery cottages and holiday parks.
Part of the Shoalhaven region on the NSW South Coast, Ulladulla is a three-hour drive from Sydneyand 2.5 hours from Canberra. It is just minutes from the villages of Milton and Mollymook.
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