Burrill Lake is a quiet, picturesque lake and ocean resort, a few minutes south of Ulladulla; most of its shores are lined with natural bushland.
Burrill offers windsurfing, canoeing, ocean and lake fishing, water skiing, 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 or a visit to the Tabourie Museum6km south along the Princes Highway.
Renowned glass artist Mark Galton breathes life into molten glass through fire, colour and passion, which he transforms into individual works of art. His highway studio and gallery one is welcomed to view Mark creating and demonstrating the ancient traditions of glassworking. They can then stroll next door to The Hot Glass Gallery and view finished pieces. Mark Galton can be found at 109 Princes Hwy, Burrill Lake – north of the bridge.
The estuary at Burrill Lake plays an important ecological role which must not be compromised by inadequate planning. Therefore, thorough research of environmental issues of Burrill Lake will be included in a Management policy that is currently being developed by Local Environmental Consultants Peter Spurway & Associates.
Come along and help feed the birds (Rainbow Lorikeets) at Big4 Bungalow Park Ph: (02) 4455-1621 email – 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time and 4:00 pm Daylight Saving Time. The park fronts Burrill Lake and includes on site recreational facilities such as Mini Golf which is also opened to the general public.