The Ulladulla Wine District in the Shoalhaven Coast Wine Region, on the South Coast of NSW is centred on the villages of Mollymook, Milton, Burrill Lake and Bawley Point. Ulladulla is located on the Princes Highway, about half way between Nowra and Batemans Bay, and about 180 km south of Sydney. Ulladulla is very popular for fishing and surfing and is a favourite for both snorkelling and scuba diving. Ulladulla is surrounded by some outstanding natural areas such as Morton National Park and an array of lakes and delightful inlets and scenery along the coast. You can take the bushwalking track to the Warden Head Lighthouse and South Pacific Heathland Reserve or explore the Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail. Also you can enjoy whale watching or take fishing trip with one of the local charter operators or launch your own boat and fish close to shore or in deeper water offshore. The Jess Sams Game Fishing Tournament is a favourite for experienced anglers and if you end up not catching fish you can always buy lovely fresh fish from the Fishermens Co-op seafood outlet on the Ulladulla wharf. Take a swim in the charming historic sea pool, near the wharf.
Cupitt`s Winery, NSW 58 Washburton Rd, Milton NSW 2538
Cupitt’s Winery is a standout rural experience 5 minutes from Ulladulla, Milton and Mollymook. Enjoy the absolute views to the Budawang ranges and Burrill lake while tasting some of our boutique wines partnered with seasonal flavours from the provincial restaurant.
Fern Gully, NSW 63 Princes Highway, Termeil NSW
Fern Gully Winery is situated in Terneil, 15 minutes south of Ulladulla and 25 minutes north of Batemans Bay in the Shoalhaven wine area of News South Wales South Coast....