Welcome to the historic township of Milton in the Shoalhaven on the South Coast of New South Wales. Established in 1860 and today many historic buildings can still be seen.
In Milton you are surrounded by living history, a rich culture life, a delightful range of colourful shops, fascinating galleries and lively food places. Milton is an attractive township with its range of gift shops, cafes, antiques and craft outlets.
Milton loves to celebrate, playing host to the exciting and the vibrant Milton Scarecrow Festival held during the June long weekend.
Many other cultural performances, monthly craft markets and a thriving cultural community stamp Milton with its original charcacter and maintain its links to the past.
Historic Milton of the South Coast offers real country style hospitality with Bed & Breakfasts and other accommodation
The St Mary’s Church cross is a landmark that welcomes all to the area, on they enter Milton. Many locals say they are home when the see the cross light up the night sky as the drive home.
Exploring Milton is full of suprises with a walking map of historic sites. For Milton, all sorts of unique discoveries, experiences and activities are within easy reach.
There are monthly art & craft markets are held on the first Saturday of each month. All streets in Milton have a 50km speed limit.
Every September – October Milton celebrates there is the Escape Arts Fest with Art Gallery tours along with many other activities.
ATMs are available at IGA Milton, Star Hotel and Bendigo Bank Milton with EFTPOS at most retail outlets.
Milton Library is open Wednesday & Fridays, located in the historic School of Arts – Town Hall building opposite Milton Post office, Princes Highway Milton.
There are Ghosts walks are held every Thursday and Saturday nights. More Details