The Milton Ulladulla district is on the NSW South Coast, being part of the city of Shoalhaven. Captain Cook first saw Aboriginals on our beaches in 1770. The first white Settler was Rev Thomas Kendall in 1828 who started cedar cutting at Narrawallee Creek near Milton. Ulladulla was known as Nulladulla.
Milton is today classified with the National Trust. One can walk around the streets of Milton and see home and buildings dating back to 1870.
Tours of the many pioneer cemeteries and historic walks around the Milton township and Ulladulla Harbour can be arranged with Historian Cathy Dunn.
Ulladulla is a major tourist area with its beautiful beaches. The harbour today plays host to the largest commercial fishing fleet on the South Coast.
Milton Ulladulla History
At present we are researching the unknown soliders WW1 from the area
Resources will continue to be added and if you are looking for something specfic. or would like us to include any additional topic, please contact us
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Family History research
Reports includes birth, death, marriage, children and other information. 3 generations report includes burials, shipping records, occupations and others. No details on living people will be issue. Research list of all sources searched. Cost is $40.00. Email Request or Ph: 02 44554780 or order online
In accordance with traditional laws often followed by Indigenous communities in Australia the mentioning of and photographs of deceased people may offend. Please note on this site there is mention of Aboriginal people who are deceased.
Contents of Milton Ulladulla History Website history pages are the research, indexing and writings of Historian Cathy Dunn. Copyright © 1999 – 2016.