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Ulladulla, Australia

Ulladulla is a holiday resort and popular place to retire, where surfing and fishing are among the favorite activities. This seaside town, about 230km south of Sydney on the Princes Highway, gets its unusual name from an Aboriginal word meaning “safe harbour”. Evidence of the native people can be found in the caves and middens they left behind. For your stay in Ulladulla, we recommend the following hotels:

Destination Highlights

Ulladulla is known for its scenic harbour, multiple beaches and lakes, and lush forests and mountains. Just south of the harbour is the South Pacific Heathland Reserve, the site of the 1873 Warden Head Lighthouse. Visitors can learn about the region’s flora and fauna, and see exotic birds like the yellow-tailed black cockatoo. Strolling along the Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail is another way to get glimpses of the wildlife.

More than 100 plant species, including colorful orchids, are on display at the Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve. The Bungalow Park Caravan and Camping Park has a bird sanctuary, as well as boat rentals and windsurfing services. Some of the lakes offer catamarans, canoes and surfskis for hire. The Lake Tabourie Museum has fascinating exhibits, and the Pigeon House is atop a hill that provides panoramic views. Among the historic homes that visitors may tour are Springfield, the Mitchell House and Millard’s Cottage, all dating from the 1860s. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Ulladulla Harbour Motel.

Travel Tips

Visitors arrive in Ulladulla by car, bus or train. In town, they can rent vehicles, ride buses or hail taxis. The beaches are a short walk from the city centre.

The area’s pleasant climate makes it a year-round destination. The warmest time to visit is from late January to early February, when high temperatures typically reach about 24.4C. For those wishing to avoid rain, the best time is early August. June is the wettest month and also the most popular period for tourists. The best travel bargains are found in March.


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