The Ulladulla area has some of the best beaches and waterways in Australia. While in the area make sure you check out Mollymook Beach, Burrill Lake, and Lake Tabourie.
You can easily lose yourself in any one of the historic townships in the Ulladulla local area. Milton, Berry, and Kangaroo Valley are all within a short drive of Ulladulla and offer a wide range of sights and activities to enjoy.
Named by Captain Cook in 1770 as Pigeon House Hill. The Aboriginal name is Didhol, meaning Big Mountain. In 1828 pigeon House was recorded as Dithol by Surveyor Thomas Florence. Some early survey maps give spelling as Diddel.
The climb to the summit of Pigeon House Mountain is becoming an increasingly popular activity with over 8,000 people making the effort each year.
From the top of the mountain there are magnificent panoramic views of the rugged cliffs and gorges carved by the Clyde River and its tributaries. Dominating the view to the north-west are two elongated plateaux of Byangee Walls and The Castle.
There aren’t many places where lakes, cascading creeks, the ocean and vast forests come together. But Conjola National Park has it all, and only 2 hours from Sydney. This natural gem has a huge range of attractions within a short distance of some of the small settlements on the south coast of NSW.
A network of tracks and trails through the park can be used for cycling, bushwalking, horse riding and car touring. Those who love the water can canoe on Swan Lake or swim at Berrara Beach. Berrara is an indigenous word for ‘snapper’, so it’s a great place to throw in a fishing line in as well.
Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo situated 10km south of Batemans Bay in the picturesque and historic gold mining village of Mogo. We are an organisation committed to the survival of endangered animals and provide world standard facilities for over 200 animals of more than 42 rare and exotic species, including the White Lions of 'Timbavati'. Mogo Zoo also boasts the largest collection of primates in any private zoo in Australia.
Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club was established in 1953 just 1 block back from the famous Ulladulla harbour.
Situated close to the harbour, shops, post office and banks the club is ideally located to take advantage of all Ulladulla has to offer.
Our Championship Hilltop course is 18 holes of bushland beauty, situated so that you can still hear the waves rolling in on the pristine Mollymook Beach. Hilltop is affectionately known as The Ultimate Challenge and was rated the No. 97 golf course in the March 2008 edition of The Australian Golf Digest. With meandering tree-lined fairways and undulating greens, Hilltop provides a stern test for any golfer.