This seaside resort with its unspoiled beaches with views of the surrounding ranges, Brush Island and the South Pacific Ocean is truly a haven for all with abudant wildlife and birds
Including the fisherman and the scuba diver who has the opportunity to dive on the many shipwrecks around Brush Island. The Historic Shipwrecks Act protects these sites, allowing no artefacts to be removed from the area. Bawley point offers all kind of fishing, surfing and swimming activities for all ages.
The unspoilt beach is within walking distance, and it is a short walk to services including newsagency, supermarket, doctor, liquor store and bakery. Visit Bawley Vale Estate with wine tastings and cellar door sales.
For those who love Australian wildlife, don’t miss the trip 30 minutes south of Ulladulla to Pebbly Beach where you can see at close range a colony of virtually tame kangaroos ambling along the seashore next to surfers and beach goers. There are countless beaches and headlands, lakes and rivers to explore.
Murramarang National Park & Aboriginal Area
With its beaches, rock platforms, spotted gum forests, rainforest gullies and spectacular Durras Lake can all be explored on a visit to this National park accessed from Pebbly Beach.
The Aboriginal area has a self-guided walking track with panoramic views of the coastline, Brush Island, Durras Mountain and the hinterland ranges.
The Park protects the extensive headland with middens, shell mounds and other artefacts of importance to local Aboriginal people. Enter via Murramarang Road off the Princes Highway at Termeil 20kms south of Ulladulla. Visitors must walk 800 metres along the public right of way to Racecourse Beach.