Sunday, December 4, 2016

Beaches

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.

Along with Collers Beach, Racecouse Beach Ulladulla, Manyana along with the Kioloa Beach. The surf near Green Island at Conjola provides excellent board riding for enthusiasts and there are plenty of spots for spear fishing and scuba diving.

Throughout the summer months the district, dotted with tranquil lakes and sea side villages such as popular Mollymook, Bawley Point, Lake Tabourie and Lake Conjola.

ManyanaBendalong
Public Parking -Kiosk/Takeaway & general store
Ramp: Washerwoman’s Beach – all boats
Off Leash Exercise Areas for Dogs – prior to 8.00 am and after 4.00 pm each day. Washerwomans Beach and foreshore reserve between Washerwomans Creek and Boat Harbour Rocks.

Manyana
The surf near Green Island at Conjola (access from Manyana/ Cunjurong Point) provides excellent board riding for enthusiasts and there are plenty of spots for spear fishing and scuba diving. Public Parking – Public Phone – Kiosk/Takeaway

Green Island South Coast NSWLake Conjola and Green Island
The Entrance Road turns off the Princes Highway 6kms north of Milton. Lake Conjola offers boating, sailing, water skiing, fishing and safe swimming.
Public Parking – Camping – Public Toilets – Kiosk/Takeaway – Boat Ramp – Holiday Haven Tourist Park.
The surf near Green Island at Conjola provides excellent board riding for enthusiasts and there are plenty of spots for scuba diving.

Spearfishing is prohibited in the waters of Conjola Lake and the whole of the waters of Berringer Lake, together with all their creeks, tributaries and inlets eastwards of a line drawn from the northern extremity of Roberts Point to the western extremity of Station Point, downstream to the South Pacific Ocean.

NarrawalleeNarrawallee
Narrawallee is a quiet residential hamlet, surrounded by beach and Inlet. Access is via Matron Porter Drive, the Narrawalle reserve has bar-a-que, picnic and toilet facilities with access to both the lake and beach, along with a walking track around the headland.
Narrawallee Inlet Ramp – Small craft only.
Patrolled from late December to the end of school holidays by Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Club and again during the Easter Holidays.
Shower wash off for beach goers – Public Phone – Playground

Mollymook BeachNorth Mollymook
Access is via Mitchell Parade and Beach Road. Will be patrolled from late December to the end of school holidays by Mollymook  Surf Lifesaving Club and again during the Easter Holidays.

Mollymook Beach
Patrolled from late December to the end of school holidays by Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Club and again during the Easter Holidays.

Public Parking – Public Toilets – Shower Facilities – Public Phone – Picnic Tables – Kiosk/Takeaway – patrolled beach by Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Club.

Colliers Beach
Popular surfing beach, accessed via Riversdale Ave off Golf Rd Mollymook.

Ulladulla
The Ulladulla harbour is a firm favourite for keen fishers and popular with both residents and tourist alike, surrounded by a vast arrange of seafood restaurants and cafes. Along with the many activities such as surfing, recreational fishing, boating, snorkelling, swimming and others.

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.

Boat Ramp: Harbour (South) via Wason St – all boats
Public Parking – Public Toilets – Public Phone – Picnic Tables – Kiosk and Takeaway

Rennies Beach – Public Parking – Surf Beach

Racecourse Beach – Public Parking – Surf Beach (Beach Breaks) – Rock Fishing – Ocean Views

Burrill Lake entrance
Burrill offers windsurfing, canoeing, ocean and lake fishing, water skiing, mini golf, ocean and lake swimming and leisure pursuits including bike tracks, picnic and bar-a-que facilities at the Lions Parks just south of the Bridge.

Off Leash Exercise Areas for Dogs – prior to 8.00 am and after 4.00 pm each day. Public reserve east of Princes Highway, bounded by Racecourse Creek & opposite Kings Point Drive.

Bawley Point
Boat Ramp: Tingira Ave Natural ramp into sea.
Off Leash Exercise Areas for Dogs – prior to 8.00 am and after 4.00 pm each day. Cormorant Beach and foreshore reserve between Tingira Drive and Terragong Avenue

Pebbly BeachFisherman 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.

Pebbly Beach and others
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.

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