Fishing Guide and Boat Ramps
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.
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 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.
Bawley Point & Brush Island is truly a haven for the fisherman and the scuba diver who has the opportunity to dive on the many shipwrecks. 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 acivities for all ages.
Saltwater Fishing Guide.
Included in the guide are details of significant projects in areas such as fisheries enhancement, habitat restoration, essential research programs, game fish tagging, fish stocking activities, safety awareness, education and community participation activities. All of these projects have been financed, in whole or part, from recreational fishing trust funds generated by the NSW Recreational Fishing Fee.
Also included is information on fishing fees, catch and release fishing, safety tips, knots and rigs, fishing rules, legal lengths, bag limits, protected and threatened species, and tide charts.
After beginning deployments in September 2016, all 30 of the NSW DPI FADs have now been installed for summer.
The East Australia Current (EAC) has been a little unpredictable earlier this season but it appears as though warm water is now pushing down much of the NSW coast, and with it are the spectacular Dolphinfish.
Anglers on the north and mid-north coast FADs report 5kg to 10kg fish have been caught on the FADs (some even larger). We’ve also received reports of smaller Dolphinfish showing up on the Sydney FADs.
Bendalong: Washerwoman’s Beach – all boats
Fishermans Paradise: Anglers Parade – Small craft only
Lake Conjola: Holiday Haven Caravan Park – Lake Conjola Entrance Road
Lake Conjola: West Conjola – Small craft only and ski boats
Narrawallee Inlet: Narrawallee (Normandy St) – Small craft only
Ulladulla (North): Rotary Park Cresent St – all boats
Ulladulla (South): Harbour via Wason St – all boats
Kings Point: Ski Club – Edward Ave – all boats, no yatchs (daily tarriff)
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
Bawley Point: Tingira Ave – Natural ramp into sea