Narrawallee Beach Holiday House

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Narrawallee Beach Holiday House

Food scene

Book for weekends and enjoy a meal and drinks poolside on the rooftop, just 2.5 klm away.
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The Rooftop
87 Tallwood Ave
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Book for weekends and enjoy a meal and drinks poolside on the rooftop, just 2.5 klm away.
GWYLO Restaurant Mollymook 85 Tallwood Avenue - Bookings are essential. (02) 44540201 If you are looking for something special. GWALO Story; In 1999 I had the chance to travel to Malaysia and work In Kuala Lumpur. I was a young foreign kid with a pale kitchen tan; so it didn’t take long for my friend and colleague Dave to take the opportunity to nickname me Gwai lo - white ghost. Dave and I ate our way around the countryside, experiencing flavours that I have never forgotten. I became a proud foreigner in many countries and experienced some amazing food, friendship and hospitality. Now, many years later, this life experience has influenced my new venture. At Gwylo, I’ll share my favourite Asian street eats, play some classic tunes, serve up delicious cocktails and house brews. You can sit at the bar, watch the woks fire and charcoal smoke or get comfy in a booth with friends and share a flavour-packed tasting menu. Fun, fresh and moody. You will be calling the babysitter + saying, “We’re going to be home late - staying for just one more” Matt. (aka ghost boy)
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GWYLO
85 Tallwood Avenue
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GWYLO Restaurant Mollymook 85 Tallwood Avenue - Bookings are essential. (02) 44540201 If you are looking for something special. GWALO Story; In 1999 I had the chance to travel to Malaysia and work In Kuala Lumpur. I was a young foreign kid with a pale kitchen tan; so it didn’t take long for my friend and colleague Dave to take the opportunity to nickname me Gwai lo - white ghost. Dave and I ate our way around the countryside, experiencing flavours that I have never forgotten. I became a proud foreigner in many countries and experienced some amazing food, friendship and hospitality. Now, many years later, this life experience has influenced my new venture. At Gwylo, I’ll share my favourite Asian street eats, play some classic tunes, serve up delicious cocktails and house brews. You can sit at the bar, watch the woks fire and charcoal smoke or get comfy in a booth with friends and share a flavour-packed tasting menu. Fun, fresh and moody. You will be calling the babysitter + saying, “We’re going to be home late - staying for just one more” Matt. (aka ghost boy)
Very popular and make sure you book for fine food and dining in Mollymook just 4 klm away.
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Rick Stein at Bannisters
191 Mitchell Parade
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Very popular and make sure you book for fine food and dining in Mollymook just 4 klm away.
Book in for lunch and enjoy the view looking north at the beautiful Mollymook Beach.
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Mollymook Golf Club
72 Golf Ave
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Book in for lunch and enjoy the view looking north at the beautiful Mollymook Beach.
Book and enjoy beautiful Italian cuisine. Wonderful staff with traditional food and acoustic panels on the ceiling so you can actually enjoy a conversation.
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Carlo's Italian Ristorante Bar & Seafood
18 Wason St
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Book and enjoy beautiful Italian cuisine. Wonderful staff with traditional food and acoustic panels on the ceiling so you can actually enjoy a conversation.
The Milton Hotel The House of Dangerous Ales. An historic building, thoughtfully restored. A place for family, created by local families. Whether you want a cold beer on the deck on a hot Thursday afternoon, a whiskey in the lounge on a rainy day, a Sunday feed with friends and family, or a cocktail with the girls on a Friday night...
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The Milton Hotel
74 Princes Hwy
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The Milton Hotel The House of Dangerous Ales. An historic building, thoughtfully restored. A place for family, created by local families. Whether you want a cold beer on the deck on a hot Thursday afternoon, a whiskey in the lounge on a rainy day, a Sunday feed with friends and family, or a cocktail with the girls on a Friday night...
Great Food, make sure you book in and it is only 4 klm away at Milton.
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The Guild - Italian Woodfire Pizza Restaurant
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Great Food, make sure you book in and it is only 4 klm away at Milton.
Enjoy a great steak in a casual setting. Good meals with local top quality meat from Milton.
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The Tipsy Fig
97 Princes Highway
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Enjoy a great steak in a casual setting. Good meals with local top quality meat from Milton.
Vegetarian food lovers go to Pilgrams. Very popular and only 4 klm away in Milton.
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Pilgrims
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Vegetarian food lovers go to Pilgrams. Very popular and only 4 klm away in Milton.
Great Food and Wine 7 klm away in Ulladulla
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Cupitts Winery
58 Washburton Rd
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Great Food and Wine 7 klm away in Ulladulla

Sightseeing

Just a few hundred meters away on MacLeay street, the Narrawallee inlet is wonderful for swimming, SUP, canoeing, fishing etc. Play equipment for children and the the beautiful surf beach. Lifesavers and flags at the southern end of the beach in summer.
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Narrawallee Inlet
1 Matron Porter Drive
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Just a few hundred meters away on MacLeay street, the Narrawallee inlet is wonderful for swimming, SUP, canoeing, fishing etc. Play equipment for children and the the beautiful surf beach. Lifesavers and flags at the southern end of the beach in summer.
The information centre was very helpful pointing us in the direction of the Fossil walk and giving us a map. The Fossil House was useful where the helpful volunteer also gave us great information. Make sure to go at low tide. Once you see one Fossil you start seeing many. Very exciting and awe inspiring the age of these fossils. If you enjoy the natural world you will love this activity.
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Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk
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The information centre was very helpful pointing us in the direction of the Fossil walk and giving us a map. The Fossil House was useful where the helpful volunteer also gave us great information. Make sure to go at low tide. Once you see one Fossil you start seeing many. Very exciting and awe inspiring the age of these fossils. If you enjoy the natural world you will love this activity.
An enjoyable walk to learn a little of the history of the area.
Brodie Park Geological Time Walk
103 North Street
An enjoyable walk to learn a little of the history of the area.
Do some whale watching in season and enjoy a walk and beautiful elevated views of the coastline.
Warden Head Light
Do some whale watching in season and enjoy a walk and beautiful elevated views of the coastline.
Drive to Lake Conjola and stay on Lake Conjola Entrance Road. Go to the far end of Holiday Haven Caravan Park to the boat Ramp and car Park. There is a Board Walk that is Wheel Chair friendly leaving the car park that goes over to the Conjola Breach Lookout Platform.
Conjola Beach Lookout Platform
Drive to Lake Conjola and stay on Lake Conjola Entrance Road. Go to the far end of Holiday Haven Caravan Park to the boat Ramp and car Park. There is a Board Walk that is Wheel Chair friendly leaving the car park that goes over to the Conjola Breach Lookout Platform.
Great Lookout over the region. The road up is a careful drive and make sure you turn your lights on and drive slowly. It is worth the effort. on a clear day the views are excellent.
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Pointer Gap Lookout
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Great Lookout over the region. The road up is a careful drive and make sure you turn your lights on and drive slowly. It is worth the effort. on a clear day the views are excellent.
For the adventurous, South west 35 klm is the Pigeon House Walking Track and Mountain Summit. Great day for serious bush walker and best to go in an AWD to get to the site. Please ensure you go to the NSW National Parks WEB site for all the information you will need. https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/pigeon-house-mountain-didthul-walking-track
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Pigeon House Mountain Summit
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For the adventurous, South west 35 klm is the Pigeon House Walking Track and Mountain Summit. Great day for serious bush walker and best to go in an AWD to get to the site. Please ensure you go to the NSW National Parks WEB site for all the information you will need. https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/pigeon-house-mountain-didthul-walking-track

Fishing & Boating

Just 250 metes away you can take a canoe or tinny out at high tide and fish anywhere in the inlet. It has many locations for catching Bream, King Whiting and flathead. Low tide at the inlet prevents access to the boat ramp, so don't get caught with your boat or canoe high and dry on the sand. The beach is also popular for surf fishing. At low tide walk over to the Conjola side and wander up to the rocks on Buckleys Beach for some good surf fishing. Fishing Locally: Ulladulla makes a great base for exploring local natural attractions such as Morton National Park, Lake Conjola to the north and Lake Burrill to the south. Nearby Meroo National Park has a beautiful coastline with access 5km from Ulladulla. An easy, 2km walking track passes through native flora in the South Pacific Heathland Reserve and onward, providing access to great views from Warden Head Lighthouse. You can learn to surf here, go fishing, swimming and hiking. Local dive operators will show you the best of the underwater world in the crystal clear waters off the coast. Deep sea charters are also available, as well as whale-watching tours during the annual migration season. Eating fish and chips fresh from the Fishermen's Co-op on the wharf at Ulladulla Harbour is a popular pastime for locals and visitors alike. Mollymook Beach to the north is a fabulous 2km stretch of golden sand between Bannister Point and the southern headland where Mollymook Golf Club is located. The scenically beautiful township of Burrill Lake is located 5km south of Ulladulla, situated between the beach and the lake. Surrounded by natural bushland, its unspoilt beauty provides excellent fishing spots and safe boating, sailing and windsurfing. Boats, canoes, skis and kayaks are available for hire. Most of its shores retain their natural bushland and forest cover, and views west across the lake to Pigeon House Mountain create a beautiful natural setting. The Princes Highway crosses the eastern arm of the lake only meters from the sea, but the lake’s main expanse reaches inland almost to the town of Milton, and cannot be seen from the highway.
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Narrawallee Inlet
1 Matron Porter Drive
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Just 250 metes away you can take a canoe or tinny out at high tide and fish anywhere in the inlet. It has many locations for catching Bream, King Whiting and flathead. Low tide at the inlet prevents access to the boat ramp, so don't get caught with your boat or canoe high and dry on the sand. The beach is also popular for surf fishing. At low tide walk over to the Conjola side and wander up to the rocks on Buckleys Beach for some good surf fishing. Fishing Locally: Ulladulla makes a great base for exploring local natural attractions such as Morton National Park, Lake Conjola to the north and Lake Burrill to the south. Nearby Meroo National Park has a beautiful coastline with access 5km from Ulladulla. An easy, 2km walking track passes through native flora in the South Pacific Heathland Reserve and onward, providing access to great views from Warden Head Lighthouse. You can learn to surf here, go fishing, swimming and hiking. Local dive operators will show you the best of the underwater world in the crystal clear waters off the coast. Deep sea charters are also available, as well as whale-watching tours during the annual migration season. Eating fish and chips fresh from the Fishermen's Co-op on the wharf at Ulladulla Harbour is a popular pastime for locals and visitors alike. Mollymook Beach to the north is a fabulous 2km stretch of golden sand between Bannister Point and the southern headland where Mollymook Golf Club is located. The scenically beautiful township of Burrill Lake is located 5km south of Ulladulla, situated between the beach and the lake. Surrounded by natural bushland, its unspoilt beauty provides excellent fishing spots and safe boating, sailing and windsurfing. Boats, canoes, skis and kayaks are available for hire. Most of its shores retain their natural bushland and forest cover, and views west across the lake to Pigeon House Mountain create a beautiful natural setting. The Princes Highway crosses the eastern arm of the lake only meters from the sea, but the lake’s main expanse reaches inland almost to the town of Milton, and cannot be seen from the highway.
Fishing - Mollymook Beach is located a few minutes south of Narrawallee and produces whiting and bream during the warmer months of the year, with the best baits being live beach worms and pipis. Autumn will see the salmon and tailor start to come in during those low light periods of early morning and late in the afternoon. The best baits are whole pilchards and garfish. If you find that you are getting bites and the pilchards are getting chewed up, try changing from a set of ganged hooks to a single 1/0 and half a pilchard and you will be in with a chance of either a bream or trevally. For the boat angler you could try trolling parallel to the surf and around the front of the north and south headland for kingfish, bonito, salmon and tailor. Sand flathead are also an option from the 25-40m depth. The Golf Course is another headland that’s worth trolling parallel with for kingfish, bonito, salmon and tailor. Sand flathead are also an option from the 25-40m depth. Out wider on the broken shell and reef are you are in with a good chance of picking up a morwong, snapper, leatherjackets or pigfish on a paternoster rig.
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Mollymook Beach
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Fishing - Mollymook Beach is located a few minutes south of Narrawallee and produces whiting and bream during the warmer months of the year, with the best baits being live beach worms and pipis. Autumn will see the salmon and tailor start to come in during those low light periods of early morning and late in the afternoon. The best baits are whole pilchards and garfish. If you find that you are getting bites and the pilchards are getting chewed up, try changing from a set of ganged hooks to a single 1/0 and half a pilchard and you will be in with a chance of either a bream or trevally. For the boat angler you could try trolling parallel to the surf and around the front of the north and south headland for kingfish, bonito, salmon and tailor. Sand flathead are also an option from the 25-40m depth. The Golf Course is another headland that’s worth trolling parallel with for kingfish, bonito, salmon and tailor. Sand flathead are also an option from the 25-40m depth. Out wider on the broken shell and reef are you are in with a good chance of picking up a morwong, snapper, leatherjackets or pigfish on a paternoster rig.
Ulladulla Harbour is only 7 klm away and offers deep water public boat ramp access on the northern side of the harbour. The harbour is well protected and has safe passage out to the ocean. Please follow all local safety precautions with Ulladulla Marine Rescue. Boat Ramps: Ulladulla (North): Rotary Park Crescent St - all boats Ulladulla (South): Harbour via Wason St - all boats The Pier - The Ulladulla harbour is a firm favourite for keen fishers and it’s popular with both residents and tourist alike, surrounded by a vast arrange of seafood restaurants and cafes. There are many activities available such as surfing, recreational fishing, boating, snorkelling and swimming. The Ulladulla Seapool is located at the southern end of Ulladulla harbour and can be accessed via the boardwalk from the harbour side or from Wason Street. It’s a very popular spot as you can drive up to within metres of the edge. There’s a fair drop to the water so you should either take a long handle net or up your line breaking strain to 6kg to allow you to lift the fish. Northern Break Wall - This short break wall can at times produce a great run of luderick on a falling tide. You could also try spinning for tailor and salmon. Just in behind the break wall there is a ramp that’s worth a shot for bream at the top of the tide. Early morning or late afternoon seems to work the best.
Ulladulla Harbour
Ulladulla Harbour is only 7 klm away and offers deep water public boat ramp access on the northern side of the harbour. The harbour is well protected and has safe passage out to the ocean. Please follow all local safety precautions with Ulladulla Marine Rescue. Boat Ramps: Ulladulla (North): Rotary Park Crescent St - all boats Ulladulla (South): Harbour via Wason St - all boats The Pier - The Ulladulla harbour is a firm favourite for keen fishers and it’s popular with both residents and tourist alike, surrounded by a vast arrange of seafood restaurants and cafes. There are many activities available such as surfing, recreational fishing, boating, snorkelling and swimming. The Ulladulla Seapool is located at the southern end of Ulladulla harbour and can be accessed via the boardwalk from the harbour side or from Wason Street. It’s a very popular spot as you can drive up to within metres of the edge. There’s a fair drop to the water so you should either take a long handle net or up your line breaking strain to 6kg to allow you to lift the fish. Northern Break Wall - This short break wall can at times produce a great run of luderick on a falling tide. You could also try spinning for tailor and salmon. Just in behind the break wall there is a ramp that’s worth a shot for bream at the top of the tide. Early morning or late afternoon seems to work the best.
Fishing - If you drive out to the lookout at Warden Head you will be able to park the car and walk down to the rock shelf below. Care does need to be taken when doing so. Once down here you can target bream, trevally, salmon, tailor, leatherjackets, drummer and luderick. I recommend taking a sugar bag of bread for berley as that will increase your chances of getting the fish on the chew. Also, this area can cop a fair amount of swell so you will need to keep an eye out.
Ulladulla Head
Fishing - If you drive out to the lookout at Warden Head you will be able to park the car and walk down to the rock shelf below. Care does need to be taken when doing so. Once down here you can target bream, trevally, salmon, tailor, leatherjackets, drummer and luderick. I recommend taking a sugar bag of bread for berley as that will increase your chances of getting the fish on the chew. Also, this area can cop a fair amount of swell so you will need to keep an eye out.
Book and do some charter fishing off the reef just a few klm out to sea at Ulladulla.
Ulladulla Fishing Charters
Book and do some charter fishing off the reef just a few klm out to sea at Ulladulla.
Fishing - Warden Head protrudes 1km to the east, with the sheltered Ulladulla Harbour to the north, while its southern side is well exposed to southerly waves. Along the 1km long southern junction of the head are four adjoining exposed beaches, all backed by steep slopes. The first beach is a 170m long pocket of sand bordered by converging 80m wide rock platforms, which leave a 100m wide gap in the middle for waves. These maintain a low tide terrace; however, the entire system is drained by a permanent rip through the rocky gap. It is backed by densely vegetated slopes and a bluff-top car park off the headland road
Warden Head
Fishing - Warden Head protrudes 1km to the east, with the sheltered Ulladulla Harbour to the north, while its southern side is well exposed to southerly waves. Along the 1km long southern junction of the head are four adjoining exposed beaches, all backed by steep slopes. The first beach is a 170m long pocket of sand bordered by converging 80m wide rock platforms, which leave a 100m wide gap in the middle for waves. These maintain a low tide terrace; however, the entire system is drained by a permanent rip through the rocky gap. It is backed by densely vegetated slopes and a bluff-top car park off the headland road
Fishing - Rennies Beach is located a few minutes south of Ulladulla and faces more towards the southeast. It’s a good spot to fish when the conditions are from the north. Whiting and bream can be targeted during the warmer months of the year, with the best baits being live beach worms and pipis. Autumn will see the salmon and tailor start to come in during those low light periods of early morning and late in the afternoon. The best baits are whole pilchards and garfish. If you find that you are getting bites and the pilchards are getting chewed up, try changing from a set of ganged hooks to a single 1/0 and half a pilchard and you will be in with a chance of either a bream or trevally.
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Rennies Beach
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Fishing - Rennies Beach is located a few minutes south of Ulladulla and faces more towards the southeast. It’s a good spot to fish when the conditions are from the north. Whiting and bream can be targeted during the warmer months of the year, with the best baits being live beach worms and pipis. Autumn will see the salmon and tailor start to come in during those low light periods of early morning and late in the afternoon. The best baits are whole pilchards and garfish. If you find that you are getting bites and the pilchards are getting chewed up, try changing from a set of ganged hooks to a single 1/0 and half a pilchard and you will be in with a chance of either a bream or trevally.
Go fishing at Burrill Lake. It is a beautiful location with boating, inlet and beach fishing. The township of Burrill offers windsurfing, canoeing, ocean and lake fishing, water skiing, mini golf, ocean and lake swimming, and leisure pursuits including bike tracks, picnic and BBQ facilities at the Lions Parks just south of the Bridge. The middle section of beach itself is exposed to most weather conditions. Try fishing at the lake’s entrance for bream, whiting and flathead. The northern end is good for salmon, tailor and bream when the weather is from the north. Beach worms and pipis can be caught from this beach. Boat Ramps: Kings Point: Ski Club – Edward Ave - all boats, no yachts (daily tariff) Burrill Lake: Kendall Crescent Burrill Lake - all boats Burrill Lake: Maria Ave Burrill Lake - all boats Burrill Lake: Moore St Burrill Lake - natural ramp, cats/skiffs only. The Flats Fishing - The depth of the water from the bridge on the Princes Highway to the drop-off to the main basin of Burrill Lake is very shallow, but can be navigated in a boat by following the channel markers. You have a combination of sand, broken rocks, broken oyster bars and ribbon weed. It’s best fished during the quieter times of the day. I found this to be a great spot to cast surface lures during the summer for bream, whiting and flathead at the top of the tide. Luderick can be caught during the autumn to winter months, but you will need to make sure that you have fresh weed. I gather my weed in Sydney a day before and take it down with me.
Burrill Lake
Go fishing at Burrill Lake. It is a beautiful location with boating, inlet and beach fishing. The township of Burrill offers windsurfing, canoeing, ocean and lake fishing, water skiing, mini golf, ocean and lake swimming, and leisure pursuits including bike tracks, picnic and BBQ facilities at the Lions Parks just south of the Bridge. The middle section of beach itself is exposed to most weather conditions. Try fishing at the lake’s entrance for bream, whiting and flathead. The northern end is good for salmon, tailor and bream when the weather is from the north. Beach worms and pipis can be caught from this beach. Boat Ramps: Kings Point: Ski Club – Edward Ave - all boats, no yachts (daily tariff) Burrill Lake: Kendall Crescent Burrill Lake - all boats Burrill Lake: Maria Ave Burrill Lake - all boats Burrill Lake: Moore St Burrill Lake - natural ramp, cats/skiffs only. The Flats Fishing - The depth of the water from the bridge on the Princes Highway to the drop-off to the main basin of Burrill Lake is very shallow, but can be navigated in a boat by following the channel markers. You have a combination of sand, broken rocks, broken oyster bars and ribbon weed. It’s best fished during the quieter times of the day. I found this to be a great spot to cast surface lures during the summer for bream, whiting and flathead at the top of the tide. Luderick can be caught during the autumn to winter months, but you will need to make sure that you have fresh weed. I gather my weed in Sydney a day before and take it down with me.
11 klm away is Kings Point Boat Ramp. It is a safe deep water access into the large Burrill Lake. Ulladulla Water Ski Club maintains the Boat Ramp and you will need to pay a fee to use the boat ramp. If you have a larger boat it is worth paying rather than using the shallow water ramps around the entrance to the lake. Plan to spend the day there as the fee is $30.00 https://www.ulladullaskiclub.com.au/
Ulladulla Water Ski Club
11 klm away is Kings Point Boat Ramp. It is a safe deep water access into the large Burrill Lake. Ulladulla Water Ski Club maintains the Boat Ramp and you will need to pay a fee to use the boat ramp. If you have a larger boat it is worth paying rather than using the shallow water ramps around the entrance to the lake. Plan to spend the day there as the fee is $30.00 https://www.ulladullaskiclub.com.au/
Fishing - Dolphin Point is located about 5km south of Ulladulla and is surrounded by natural bushland. Its unspoilt beauty provides excellent fishing spots and safe boating, sailing and windsurfing in Burrill Lake. Dolphin Point is a quiet village with some of the best views on the South Coast. The beaches are to the east of the highway where each road will take you to a tranquil beach where it is great to take a rest stop on your journey, or stay awhile and enjoy the serenity of the coastal views from picnic spots. From here you can also go rock fishing or walk to shore-based fishing in the entrance to Burrill Lake.
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Dolphin Point
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Fishing - Dolphin Point is located about 5km south of Ulladulla and is surrounded by natural bushland. Its unspoilt beauty provides excellent fishing spots and safe boating, sailing and windsurfing in Burrill Lake. Dolphin Point is a quiet village with some of the best views on the South Coast. The beaches are to the east of the highway where each road will take you to a tranquil beach where it is great to take a rest stop on your journey, or stay awhile and enjoy the serenity of the coastal views from picnic spots. From here you can also go rock fishing or walk to shore-based fishing in the entrance to Burrill Lake.
30 klm south off the Princes Highway you can visit Bawley Point and The Gantry for some fishing and diving. Beautiful on a sunny day and a great place for a swim as well.
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The Gantry
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30 klm south off the Princes Highway you can visit Bawley Point and The Gantry for some fishing and diving. Beautiful on a sunny day and a great place for a swim as well.
Fishing Lake Conjola: Only 15 klm north by road is Lake Conjola. It is beautiful for boating and fishing all year. There is also a board walk from the end of the caravan park that offers a walk to the beach and back around to the inlet and the lake. An estuary that boasts a town on its shores named Fisherman's Paradise has to be a handy fishing spot, and Lake Conjola does not disappoint. The lake is a noted haunt for big flathead, large tailor, fat whiting and solid bream. It is also very popular with water-skiers, so your best bet is to get on the estuary nice and early in the morning, or try some of the bays and inlets away from the main basin. Conjola is a mostly shallow lake, so most of the fishing action is in the area known as ''the Steps''. This is the deepest part of the system and home to a good number of flathead and tailor and do not ignore the shallow margins and weed edges, which are very productive areas to stalk whiting and bream.
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Lake Conjola
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Fishing Lake Conjola: Only 15 klm north by road is Lake Conjola. It is beautiful for boating and fishing all year. There is also a board walk from the end of the caravan park that offers a walk to the beach and back around to the inlet and the lake. An estuary that boasts a town on its shores named Fisherman's Paradise has to be a handy fishing spot, and Lake Conjola does not disappoint. The lake is a noted haunt for big flathead, large tailor, fat whiting and solid bream. It is also very popular with water-skiers, so your best bet is to get on the estuary nice and early in the morning, or try some of the bays and inlets away from the main basin. Conjola is a mostly shallow lake, so most of the fishing action is in the area known as ''the Steps''. This is the deepest part of the system and home to a good number of flathead and tailor and do not ignore the shallow margins and weed edges, which are very productive areas to stalk whiting and bream.

Swimming and Surfing

1.4 klm long east facing beach, surfers often surf at the northern end or at the entrance of the inlet. Swimmers are encouraged to head to the southern end where surf lifesavers operate throughout summer. There is a safer section with less chance of a rip at the far southern end of the beach. Surfing - Narrawallee enjoys fun, little wedgy peaks. It is divided by a rock outcrop in the middle of the beach and there can be waves on either side. It doesn't handle a lot of swell, but it is reasonably protected from south winds. The beach is accessible from a northern car park, which also provides access to Narrawallee Inlet, while the southern half contains a large picnic area and car park. A vegetated foredune runs the length of the beach giving the whole beach a natural appearance. Waves are higher north of the reef averaging over 1 m, while they decrease slightly to the south. Consequently the northern beach usually has an attached bar cut by 4-5 rips including a permanent rip against the rocks. The southern beach usually has an attached bar cut by smaller rips with some rocks in the surf. The southern end of the beach is patrolled during the Christmas school holidays.
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Narrawallee Beach
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1.4 klm long east facing beach, surfers often surf at the northern end or at the entrance of the inlet. Swimmers are encouraged to head to the southern end where surf lifesavers operate throughout summer. There is a safer section with less chance of a rip at the far southern end of the beach. Surfing - Narrawallee enjoys fun, little wedgy peaks. It is divided by a rock outcrop in the middle of the beach and there can be waves on either side. It doesn't handle a lot of swell, but it is reasonably protected from south winds. The beach is accessible from a northern car park, which also provides access to Narrawallee Inlet, while the southern half contains a large picnic area and car park. A vegetated foredune runs the length of the beach giving the whole beach a natural appearance. Waves are higher north of the reef averaging over 1 m, while they decrease slightly to the south. Consequently the northern beach usually has an attached bar cut by 4-5 rips including a permanent rip against the rocks. The southern beach usually has an attached bar cut by smaller rips with some rocks in the surf. The southern end of the beach is patrolled during the Christmas school holidays.
Just 300 meters down MacLeay street at the Narrawallee Inlet you can book in with Costal Paddle Surf to SUP in a very safe and enjoyable environment. Great experience and memorable.
Coastal Paddle Surf
80 Lockhart Avenue
Just 300 meters down MacLeay street at the Narrawallee Inlet you can book in with Costal Paddle Surf to SUP in a very safe and enjoyable environment. Great experience and memorable.
Mollymook is a beautiful beach for the whole family. Great for a walk and swim. The southern end has flags and surf lifesavers. For surfers Mollymook Beach is a fairly exposed beach and point break that has fairly consistent surf, although summer tends to be mostly flat. Offshore winds blow from the southwest. Windswells and groundswells in equal measure and the best swell direction is from the southeast. The beach break offers both left and right hand waves When the surf is up, it can get quite busy in the water. Beware of rocks and sharks.
Mollymook Beach
Mollymook is a beautiful beach for the whole family. Great for a walk and swim. The southern end has flags and surf lifesavers. For surfers Mollymook Beach is a fairly exposed beach and point break that has fairly consistent surf, although summer tends to be mostly flat. Offshore winds blow from the southwest. Windswells and groundswells in equal measure and the best swell direction is from the southeast. The beach break offers both left and right hand waves When the surf is up, it can get quite busy in the water. Beware of rocks and sharks.
The iconic Ulladulla Sea Pool is located at the southern end of Ulladulla Harbour, Lot 376 Wason St, Ulladulla NSW 2539. 50 meter pool which is emptied every 3 days with fresh ocean water.
Ulladulla Sea Pool
The iconic Ulladulla Sea Pool is located at the southern end of Ulladulla Harbour, Lot 376 Wason St, Ulladulla NSW 2539. 50 meter pool which is emptied every 3 days with fresh ocean water.
Surfing - Rennies Beach on the South Coast is an exposed beach and reef break that is usually a safe bet, although summer tends to be mostly flat. Works best in offshore winds from the north. Groundswells and windswells are equally likely and the best swell direction is from the south southeast. Waves at the beach break both left and right as well as a right hand reef break.. Best around mid tide when the tide is rising. Rarely crowded here. Beware of urchins, rips, rocks, locals and sharks.
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Rennies Beach
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Surfing - Rennies Beach on the South Coast is an exposed beach and reef break that is usually a safe bet, although summer tends to be mostly flat. Works best in offshore winds from the north. Groundswells and windswells are equally likely and the best swell direction is from the south southeast. Waves at the beach break both left and right as well as a right hand reef break.. Best around mid tide when the tide is rising. Rarely crowded here. Beware of urchins, rips, rocks, locals and sharks.
Surfing - Golf Course Reef on the South Coast is an exposed reef break that does not work very often. Winter is the favoured time of year for surfing here. Works best in offshore winds from the west. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the ideal swell direction is from the southeast. A reef breaks left. Best around mid tide when the tide is falling. Rarely crowded here. Hazards include urchins, rips, rocks and sharks.
Golf Course Reef Beach
Surfing - Golf Course Reef on the South Coast is an exposed reef break that does not work very often. Winter is the favoured time of year for surfing here. Works best in offshore winds from the west. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the ideal swell direction is from the southeast. A reef breaks left. Best around mid tide when the tide is falling. Rarely crowded here. Hazards include urchins, rips, rocks and sharks.
Surfing - Dolphin Point on the South Coast is an exposed beach and reef break that has reasonably consistent surf. The favoured time of year for waves is autumn. Works best in offshore winds from the west. Most of the surf here comes from groundswells and the best swell direction is from the northeast. The beach break provides left and right handers and there is a left hand reef break as well.. It very rarely gets crowded here. Hazards include urchins, rips, rocks, locals and sharks.
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Dolphin Point
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Surfing - Dolphin Point on the South Coast is an exposed beach and reef break that has reasonably consistent surf. The favoured time of year for waves is autumn. Works best in offshore winds from the west. Most of the surf here comes from groundswells and the best swell direction is from the northeast. The beach break provides left and right handers and there is a left hand reef break as well.. It very rarely gets crowded here. Hazards include urchins, rips, rocks, locals and sharks.
Surfing - Green Island on the South Coast is an exposed reef break that is usually a safe bet, although summer tends to be mostly flat. Ideal winds are from the northeast. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the ideal swell angle is from the south southeast. There is a left hand reef break. Best around mid tide when the tide is rising. Sometimes crowded. Hazards include urchins, rocks, locals and sharks.
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Green Island
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Surfing - Green Island on the South Coast is an exposed reef break that is usually a safe bet, although summer tends to be mostly flat. Ideal winds are from the northeast. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the ideal swell angle is from the south southeast. There is a left hand reef break. Best around mid tide when the tide is rising. Sometimes crowded. Hazards include urchins, rocks, locals and sharks.
Mollymook Beach Surf School often teach at Mollymook and Narrawallee Beaches. If you want to learn how to surf 🏄‍♂️ make contact and join a class while you are here.
Mollymook Beach Surf School
Mollymook Beach Surf School often teach at Mollymook and Narrawallee Beaches. If you want to learn how to surf 🏄‍♂️ make contact and join a class while you are here.

Local Clubs

Great Club for lunch on a nice day. Beautiful view up the Mollymook beach. Make sure you book a table. A courtesy bus is available ring and book in your pick-up.
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Mollymook Golf Club
72 Golf Ave
51 localnici recomandă
Great Club for lunch on a nice day. Beautiful view up the Mollymook beach. Make sure you book a table. A courtesy bus is available ring and book in your pick-up.
This is only 2.5 klm away and has a courtesy bus. Affordable good meals for the whole family. A good club and very popular for the locals.
Mollymook Beach Bowling & Recreation Club
60 Forest Way
This is only 2.5 klm away and has a courtesy bus. Affordable good meals for the whole family. A good club and very popular for the locals.
Great Club with good service and meals. Courtesy Buses. 8 klm away on the other side of Ulladulla on the highway heading south.
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Milton Ulladulla Ex-Servos Club
212-222 Princes Hwy
7 localnici recomandă
Great Club with good service and meals. Courtesy Buses. 8 klm away on the other side of Ulladulla on the highway heading south.
Another very popular Bowls Club in the heart of Ulladulla 7 klm away.
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Milton & Ulladulla Bowling Club
68-74 St Vincent Street
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Another very popular Bowls Club in the heart of Ulladulla 7 klm away.

Coffee, Cakes & Pastries

Excellent Coffee, cakes and meals breakfast and lunch. Make sure you book. great gardens nestled in the hills behind Milton just 5 klm away.
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Milk Haus
170 Woodstock Rd
65 localnici recomandă
Excellent Coffee, cakes and meals breakfast and lunch. Make sure you book. great gardens nestled in the hills behind Milton just 5 klm away.
Great Coffee & Cakes down the arcade towards the rear carpark.
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DUKE & CO. Cafe
41 Wason St
20 localnici recomandă
Great Coffee & Cakes down the arcade towards the rear carpark.
Good Coffee, Cakes & Breakfast. Nice courtyard on a sunny day.
11 localnici recomandă
Brown Sugar
103 Princes Hwy
11 localnici recomandă
Good Coffee, Cakes & Breakfast. Nice courtyard on a sunny day.
Great Coffee and location looking at the Ulladulla Harbour.
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Native.
84 Princes Hwy
41 localnici recomandă
Great Coffee and location looking at the Ulladulla Harbour.
Best Pies, can't go wrong if you love pies and cakes.
31 localnici recomandă
Hayden's Pies
166 Princes Highway
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Best Pies, can't go wrong if you love pies and cakes.

Best Takeaway Food

Great quality proper pizza, takeaway is best and head down to the beach
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Tonys Pizza House
124 Princes Hwy
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Great quality proper pizza, takeaway is best and head down to the beach
Can't go wrong for fish and chips and local oysters. Takeaway only and head over Seaside Parade, Dolphin Reserve and drop down to the Burrill Beach inlet car park to enjoy the ocean views.
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The Fish Shop
107 Princes Hwy
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Can't go wrong for fish and chips and local oysters. Takeaway only and head over Seaside Parade, Dolphin Reserve and drop down to the Burrill Beach inlet car park to enjoy the ocean views.
Just 2.5 klm away great old fashioned hamburger etc. Good Takeaway food.
Grey Dolphins Takeaway
80 Tallwood Ave
Just 2.5 klm away great old fashioned hamburger etc. Good Takeaway food.