See and Do
In Ulladulla and surrounding area there is so much to see and do! Here are some suggestions..
Beach fishing, rock fishing, lake fishing, ocean fishing, wharf fishing. Keen Anglers are almost certain to catch fish every day in the pristine ocean and plentiful lakes in and around Ulladulla.
Ulladulla is heaven for boating enthusiasts with many excellent boat launching facilities close by.
There are so many surf beaches in the area, you’ll have no trouble finding uncrowded waves, truely and surfer’s paradise. If you’re a beginner there are at least 5 surf schools in the area ready to help turn you into a pro.
Ulladulla has a variety of shore and boat dives, as well as a little-known site at Brush Island, 20 kilometres south, off Bawley Point. Visit http://www.ulladulladive.com.au/ for more info.
Just a few kilometres north of Ulladulla in Mollymook, you can enjoy the 18 hole course right on the coast, or the 9 hole inland.
Along the beach or take one the many twisting and turning aboriginal tracks through the Heath Reserves of the headlands where ocean views from on high will take your breath away.
If you love hiking then you’ll love Pigeon House Mountain in Morton National Park just a short drive from the Village. It’s very worthwhile challenge. See more here http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/pigeon-house-mountain-didthul-walking-track
If you love swimming then this is the place to be, with the beach at your doorstep, our own pool/spa facility ready by summer 2016, the Ulladulla ocean pool and Ulladulla Leisure Centre pools, you’ll find it hard to stay dry!
There are also markets and festivals all year round. Mogo Zoo and Old Mogo Gold MiningTown about an hour down the highway, whale watching charter cruises, Milton historical village, arts and crafts galleries and the list goes on. Please see the links below for hundreds of things to see and do in Ulladulla and surrounding areas.