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Ulladulla.Info is a South Coast Promotions project. The website has an average readership of 35,000 per month. The egateway covers the entire region from Bendalong to North Durras, including Milton, Burrill Lake, Mollymook, Lake Tabourie, Narrawallee and Bawley Point. Basic Business Listing is at no cost with name of Business and phone number Enhanced business […]
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The Ulladulla regions offers some of the finest surf waters on the NSW South Coast for surfing, body boarding and Malibu riding. Our surfing beaches include Aussie Pipe, Bendalong, Mollymook Beach and the Golf Course reefs, Rennies & Racecourse Beach and Wairo Beach.
The shared pathway between Milton and Mollymook has received a boost, with $460,000 funding earmarked for the next stage. Construction of the Coastlink pathway from the Princes Highway at Milton to Frogs Holla is complete, with works set to resume on the next stage in coming months. Council has resumed land from Frogs Holla to […]
Community service to assist transport-disadvantaged residents of Ulladulla/Milton and district to attend medical or health-related appointments.
To subscribe to the Ulladulla.Info monthly ebiz newsletter email firstname.lastname@example.org The Ulladulla.Info website is a South Coast Promotions project. The website has a readership of over 35,000 per month plus over 8500 mobile users. The ebiz newsletter is sent out to over 400 regional businesses. The egateway covers the entire region from Bendalong to North […]
Ulladulla is a firm favourite for keen fishers and popular with both residents and tourist alike. Along with many activities such as surfing, boating, snorkelling, swimming and others.
See the sand of Washerwomans Beach and the coastline to Berrara and beyond! The beaches give views of breaking waves, Green Island, and Cunjurong Point. Feed the stringrays at Washerwoman’s Beach next to the boat ramp which is suitable for all boats.
The Milton School building was constructed in 1877 and opening in 1878, with 155 students. Prior to this, children attended Croobyar School and other private schools on the outlaying farms surrounding the Milton Township. The first appointed Principal was Henry Skillman, his sister Fanny in the role of assistant teacher and local girl Mary Booth as pupil teacher.
Dogs are only permitted to be “off-leash” in designated Council managed areas. They must be under the control of a competent handler at all times.
Aqua Point: Headland opposite Murramarang Island. Armstrong Forest: Located to the north of Milton, early farming area from mid 1860s. Bannisters Head: Located between Mollymook and Narrawallee. Bawley Point: Aboriginal meaning: Brown Snake, Bendalong – Berringer Lake: Part of Lake Conjola (north), west of Manyana. Brimbamala: Old gold mine near Brooman. Boat Harbour: Old name for Harbour at Ulladulla, still in […]
Shoalhaven City Council has welcomed National funding for new roundabouts installation and improvements
Shoalhaven City Council has welcomed confirmation from the Australian Government that Shoalhaven roads are to receive over $2.7 million in funding through the national Black Spot Programme with new installation and improvements for roads in the Milton Ulladulla area.
Heritage places and items in the Southern Shoalhaven
The Ulladulla Mollymook area is your ideal holiday for Surf and Sea There is no other word for the lifestyle on the coast but simply . . . ’relaxing’. Summer provides the sun and surf. Enjoy your holiday and visit to our region. Bendalong & Manyana: Located only 20 minutes north of Milton, just 13kms […]