About Ulladulla

Ulladulla on the South Coast NSW is a firm favourite for keen fishers and popular with both residents and tourists alike.

One of the most picturesque spots in the Shoalhaven, Ulladulla boat harbour, with its distinctive rocky breakwater, is the natural hub of this delightful seaside township. The harbour has played an important role in the development of the area, its establishment in 1859 providing a necessary port for the local pioneering trades of sawmilling, farming, and a tannery.

A three-hour drive south of Sydney on the most pristine part of the South Coast. Beautiful beaches and headlands, modern facilities, excellent clubs, cafes, restaurants and shops.

By Car

Approximate time to drive to Ulladulla
From Canberra: 2hrs 35mins (200km)
From Sydney: 3hrs 5mins (225km)
From Bomaderry: 1hr (68km)
From Moruya Airport: 1hr (80km)

By Coach

Approximate time to drive to Ulladulla
From Canberra: Rixons
From Sydney: Premier Motor Service
From Bomaderry: Premier Motor Service

By Train (to Bomaderry)

Regular trains run on the South Coast Line between Sydney and Bomaderry, with a regular coach servicing running from Bomaderry to Ulladulla operated by Premier Motor Service.

By Plane (to Moruya)

Rex (Regional Express) operates regular flights between Sydney and Moruya Airports. Hertz Car Rental operate from Moruya Airport.

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Fishing Charters

Ulladulla Fishing Charters provides deep sea reef fishing adventures, leaving from Ulladulla Harbour and fishing the coast east, north and south of the port.

Sightseeing Charters

Ulladulla Fishing Charters provides sightseeing charters taking in the picturesque coastline and all the local landmarks.