One Track for All, walking trail, Tourism New South Wales

Population 10302

This fishing town, built around a safe harbour, is surrounded by beautiful lakes, lagoons and white sandy beaches. It is a popular holiday destination, especially for surfing and fishing, and enjoys mild weather all year-round. Visitors flock here each Easter Sunday for the Blessing of the Fleet ceremony.

Visitor Information

Shoalhaven Visitors Centre, 81 Princes Hwy; (02) 4444 8819


Nearby national parks

  • Conjola National Park

    Located on the state’s south coast, Conjola National Park embraces a landscape of woodland and heath, creek and river estuaries, the...more

  • Murramarang National Park

    Murramarang National Park rims the south coast for 44 kilometres and includes Durras Lake and several small offshore islands. The park...more

  • Eurobodalla National Park

    This sliver of national park runs in three sections along the south coast between Moruya Heads and Tilba Tilba Lake, just south of Cape...more

Nearby towns

  • Jervis Bay - Introduction

    Although just a tiny village, Jervis Bay is the largest town in the Jervis Bay Territory. It is home to the HMAS Creswell Navy Base. With...more

  • Huskisson

    Huskisson is a sleepy holiday resort and fishing port on Jervis (pronounced 'Jarvis') Bay. It was named after British politician William...more

  • Batemans Bay

    Batemans Bay is a popular town for holiday-makers at the mouth of the Clyde River. It has something for everyone with rolling surf beaches,...more

In Town

Coomie Nulunga Cultural Trail This 30 min signposted walk along the headland was created by the local Aboriginal Land Council. Along the path are hand-painted and hand-carved information posts incorporating names of local plants and animals. Dawn and dusk are the best times to experience the wildlife along the walk, but visitors are advised to stay on the path for the good of the local fauna and for their own protection (from snakes). Starts Deering St opposite Lighthouse Oval carpark.

Funland Timezone: large indoor family fun park; Princes Hwy; (02) 4454 3220.

Warden Head: lighthouse views and walking tracks.

South Pacific Heathland Reserve: walks among native plants and birdlife; Dowling St.

Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve: 12 ha with walking trails and over 100 plant types including waratah and Christmas bush. Best in spring; Warden St.


Pigeon House Mountain, Morton National Park The Ulladulla section of Morton National Park features this eye-catching mountain, which Captain James Cook thought looked like a square dovehouse with a dome on top, hence its name. The local Aboriginal people obviously had a different viewpoint and named it Didhol, meaning 'woman's breast'. The mountain has now been assigned a dual name by the Geographic Names Board. The area is an Aboriginal women's Dreaming area. A 5 km return walk to the summit (for the reasonably fit) provides 360-degree views taking in the ocean, Budawang Mountains and Clyde River Valley. 25 km NW. For the Nowra section of the park see Nowra.

Mollymook: excellent surfing and beach fishing; 2 km N.

Narrawallee Beach: popular surf beach; nearby Narrawallee Inlet has calm shallow water ideal for children; 4 km N.

Lakes: good swimming, fishing and waterskiing at Burrill Lake (5 km SW) and Lake Conjola (23 km NW).

Milton: historic town with art galleries and outdoor cafes. Village markets are held on the highway 1st Sat each month, the Scarecrow Festival in June and the Escape Arts Festival in Sept; 7 km NW.

Pointer Gap Lookout: beautiful coastal views; 20 km NW.

Eco-friendly activities around town

Bushwalking on the South Coast, NSW 20 km

From meanders along isolated beaches and around heath-covered headlands, to long hikes up rugged mountains in Budawang, Morton or Deua national parks, the South Coast provides limitless possibilities for great... Find out more

Sailing around Jervis Bay 33 km

Imagine. No engines. Just the flapping of a sail and the splash of the waves. The South Coast’s tranquil lakes and inlets are ideal for sailing. Jervis Bay Sailing Charters is one of several operators who will take... Find out more

Cycling in Jervis Bay 39 km

For a pleasant family cycle with young children, hop on the safe and gentle cycling path that winds around Jervis Bay at Huskisson and Vincentia, beside beautiful coastline and some fun playgrounds. A longer bike path... Find out more

Sailing - Batemans Bay 47 km

Batemans Bay Sailing Charters is eco-certified and offers sailing trips out of Batemans Bay on a 12.5-metre catamaran, from a three-hour cruise around the bay to overnight excursions.... Find out more

Cafes & restaurants around town


Elizans captures the essence of French sophistication, while remaining true to the best regional produce with specialties such as seafood, local beef and cheese. For dessert try ‘Les Fromages’, two... Find out more

Hayden’s Pies

Hayden’s Pies has to be part of your travel itinerary if you are visiting Ulladulla. Everything and everyone is catered for here, from the traditional meat pies to gourmet vegetarian options like roast mushrooms... Find out more

Rick Stein at Bannisters

From its vantage point on the headland with sprawling ocean views, Bannisters exudes style, in both its ambience and, notably, its food. This is a restaurant well worth a detour, with each dish a work of art featuring... Find out more

Campsites around town

Meroo Head camping area 15 km

Follow Meroo Point Rd off the Princes Hwy to reach this camping area. Given the relative newness of the national park, facilities are underdeveloped, but this is part of the park’s charm. You can walk to the beach... Find out more

Yadboro Flat camping area 23 km

Situated on the clear and sparkling Clyde River, which offers swimming and fishing, Yadboro Flat enjoys the beauty of Morton National Park without its fees and regulations. Don’t let your dog wander into the... Find out more

Bluegum Flat camping area (bush camping) 25 km

It’s a short 30 m walk from the carpark to this camping ground in the park’s south. It’s on the Clyde River, accessed via Blue Gum Flat Rd off Yadboro Rd. A short walk along the river brings you to a... Find out more

Pretty Beach camping area 25 km

Pretty by name, pretty by nature: grey kangaroos, wallabies, brush-tail possums and myriad birdlife against a backdrop of blue ocean, white sand and towering eucalypts. It’s a well-equipped campground complete with... Find out more

Long Gully camping area 26 km

You can camp with your vehicle at this spot in the park’s south, accessed via Long Gully Rd off Yadboro Forest Rd, or via the Western Distributor. It’s next to Yadboro River at the foot of the mighty... Find out more

Cave Beach camping area 28 km

It’s a 300 m walk from carpark to tent site at this grassy camping area at the end of Cave Beach Rd off Jervis Bay Rd. It’s a small and secluded spot suitable for the lightweight camper. Tents must be no... Find out more

Bush camping areas 30 km

To experience the true spirit of Morton National Park it’s necessary to strike out on one of the many walking tracks in the area and camp remotely. Note: this region is not for the faint-hearted; walkers must be... Find out more

Bush camping areas 30 km

There are a number of opportunities for self-sufficient campers to strike out and find a site for themselves. The rules are you must camp more than 100 m from the coastline and roads, and 500 m from villages, and camping... Find out more

Pebbly Beach camping area 31 km

Pebbly Beach is sheltered and tranquil, ensconced in eucalypts, ringed with low hills and populated with laid-back wallabies, which wander through the campsite and lounge on the grass just behind the beach. The... Find out more

Sassafras camping area (walk-in camping) 32 km

At the central northern boundary of the national park, Sassafras camping area has walk-in access from the end of the Endrick River Fire Trail (off Turpentine Rd). It’s about a 5 km walk. Visitors generally use it... Find out more

Caravan parks around town

Ulladulla Headland Tourist Park 1 km

This park overlooks the sea from a headland vantage point. It is a good-quality, council managed park, just 1 km from the centre of town. Bookings are required in peak periods and a minimum-length stay applies at... Find out more

Big4 Bungalow Park 4 km

This is a crisp clean park on the shores of Lake Burrill, ideal for a family holiday, a few days or simply overnight if you are passing through. It is a picturesque location. Bookings are required in peak periods and a... Find out more

Conjola Lakeside Van Park 10 km

This is a quality park on the shores of Lake Conjola with its own nine-hole golf course. It has very good facilities, and there is good access to the lake. Bookings are required in peak periods and a minimum-length stay... Find out more

Lake Conjola Entrance Tourist Park 10 km

This is a large waterfront park with good facilities. Activities are extensive and kangaroos and other wildlife like to wander around the grounds. Bookings are required in peak periods and a minimum-length stay applies... Find out more

Lake Tabourie Tourist Park 11 km

This is a large waterfront park with a wide range of facilities including tennis courts and canoes for hire. It has good amenities and wide, spacious grassy areas. This is a well-operated council park. Bookings are... Find out more

Swan Lake Tourist Village 20 km

This is a popular holiday park located across the road from Swan Lake and just a short distance to the beach. Bookings are required in peak periods and a minimum-length stay applies over Christmas, Easter and long... Find out more

Racecourse Beach Tourist Park 21 km

An award-winning beachside park just 9 km from the Princes Highway, this place has good facilities including mini-golf and a tennis court. Bookings are required in peak periods and a minimum-length stay applies at... Find out more

Kioloa Beach Holiday Park 23 km

Located south of the town of Kioloa, this large owner-operated park has good facilities, including a tennis court. It fronts onto a swimming beach where snorkelling is popular. There is also good fishing in the area.... Find out more

Lakesea Park 35 km

Strategically located between the beach and the pristine Durras Lake, this park has a well-stocked shop and good facilities. With its fabulous location, it is no wonder that it is such a popular south-coast holiday spot.... Find out more

Murramarang Beachfront Nature Resort 38 km

This is a large resort complex that includes a caravan park. There are extensive activities on offer, all in a great beachside location. Bookings are required in peak periods and a minimum-length stay applies at... Find out more

Hotels, motels & B&Bs around town

Ulladulla Guest House

At Ulladulla Guest House executive and luxury suites in the resort’s north-facing newer wing offer five-star accommodation, including marble spa baths and king-size beds. Luxury, self-contained apartments with... Find out more

Bannisters Point Lodge

Bannisters has 31 light and airy guest rooms in its gorgeous cliff-top resort above beautiful Mollymook Beach, with breathtaking panoramic ocean views. Choose from the huge courtyard suite with double spa and private... Find out more

Rest areas around town

Burrill Lake park area 4 km

At Burrill Lake

Just off the highway overlooking the lake on the south side of town.


Bewang park area 31 km

38km N of Ulladulla (L) or 30km S of Nowra (R)

Adjacent to the highway and across the road from the roadhouse.

Waldrons Swamp rest area 65 km

8km N of Moruya (R) or 20km S of Batemans Bay (L)

Just off the highway under a few trees.

What's on around town

Royal Coastal Patrol Markets: harbour wharf; 2nd Sun each month.

Blessing of the Fleet: Easter.

Gamefishing Tournament: June.

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