There is always much to do while staying in the area. 

The Morton and Budawang National Parks together with numerous other forests virtually edge the sea with a narrow ribbon of undulating pastoral settlements occasionally breaking where the blue of the sea meets the green wilderness. They contain many scenic sites easily accessible to tourists. The local Tourist Information centre has plenty of maps available. 

Alternatively, there are more leisurely coastal family activities including walks by the lakes where pelicans and other sea birds glide over calm waters. 

The coastline offers many secluded and safe beaches with solft white sand, crystal clear water and endless strolls invesgating sandstone sea ledges and fascinating rockpools. All year round dolphins can be seen gently cruising off shore as they make their way up and down the coast. Bird life and wildlife are abundant, Where else in Australia can you see relatively tame kangaroos bounding along the seashort than at Bawley Point, Kioloa and of course famous Pebbly Beach. 

There are many wonderful havens and secret places scattered throughout the district: beaches, lakes and rivers favoured by enthusiasts of surfing, snorkelling, sailing, boating, bushwalking, camping and fishing. 

Keep on the lookout for the whales at Mollymook, Narrawallee and Ulladulla beaches and of course Ulladulla lighthouse from August to November. 


Here are just a few: 

Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track

Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track is one of the best walks in Morton National Park and on the south coast. The walk is in the park’s southern section. The walk is pretty steep in parts, but terrific views make it worthwhile.

You’ll hike through forest, heathland and age-old sandstone before coming to the best part, negotiating a series of ladders that lead you to the summit and the view.

Take in the captivating sight of cliffs and gorges within the Budawang Wilderness, all carved by the Clyde River. On clear days, you may be able to see as far as Jervis Bay and Bermagui. You might even spot a lyrebird along the final portion of the track, where you can also check out rare Pigeon House Ash eucalypts.

Enjoy some lunch at the top of the mountain, or head back down to the picnic area at the start of the walk for a well-deserved lunch.

Visit the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service website for more details on this walking track and others in the local area.

 Rick Stein at Bannisters

Their restaurant is a reflection of Rick's passion for seafood and the coastal lifestyle which he has enjoyedfor most of his life. As he says: "nothing is so exhilarating as fresh fish, simply cooked". He believes that fresh seafood should speak for itself. While he enjoys occasional fine dining, his food is much more about what he really likes to eat: a plate of Clyde River oysters, a pot of Illawarra prawns with mayonnaise, a mound of spanner crab, a slice of blue eye or a perfectly grilled sand whiting.

Visit their website for more details:





Mollymook Golf Club - 2 golf course (Visitors welcome)

The Mollymook 9 hole golf course, at Mollymook Beach stretching along the seaside is one of the most scenic and well known in the state. The championship 18 hole golf course located at Hilltop Mollymook (access via Princes Highway just north of Ulladulla) is quite the challenge and set in slight rolling scenic hills for the more energetic. 

Mollymook Golf Club on the beach at Mollymook provides the Saltwater Grill Restaurant, a Function room, Entertainment, Raffles, Bingo, a Coffee shop and a FREE Courtest Bus

Visit their website for more details: 


The Ulladulla region offers a wide range of retail outlets, from large supermarkets to clothing, furnishings, electrical, sports, gourmet foods and produce, homeware and gift outlets. there are rustic boutiques with antiques, art and craft galleries.

Enjoy the boutique style shopping from fashion and jewellery to giftware and antiques at Milton. Mollymook has an ideal shopping centre for holiday maker needs.

Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk

Take the family on a guided walk on Ulladulla Harbour's Rock Platforms and  look back in time 270,000,000 years. 

This is the fifth year the Guided Fossil Walk has operated in the beautiful natural heritage environment of the Ulladulla Harbour. It is an exciting and enjoyable activity for both visitors and locals from 5 to 80yrs + . 

Each walk takes about 2 hours and begins with a hands on briefing session on the grass area near the water's edge on Fisherman's Wharf. Guides then lead you on a 500m guided stroll across the rock platfomrs. The Fossill walk is a not-for-profit association of more than 20 local enthusiastic volunteers. 

Booking arrangements can be made at the Ulladulla Visitor centre or phone 4444 8819 for details and cost. 

Beach Equipment hire

We also have Surf Schools and water sports providing lessons for water skiing, wake boarding, speed boat and inflatable rides, kayak hire and tours, stand up paddle boarding and equipment for hire.  

Surrounding Area: 

Just a short drive south finds Horse Riding at Timbertops on the Princes Hwy Termeil Ph (02) 4457 1008

A little further is MOGO Zoo where you can get up close and personal with the animals: (about 1/5 hrs)

Milton Theatre provides live gigs, check out the gig guide at 

Dunn lewis Centre provides Tenpin Bowling 

During the summer months Narrawallee, North Mollymook and Mollymook beaches are patrolled. 

Of course, it is a beautiful area in which to simply relax and take a stroll on the beach or enjoy fishing, surfing, water skiing, bushwalking, lakes and beaches. There is a saltwater seapool at Ulladulla Harbour for all to enjoy.