Surf and Sea holidays on the South Coast NSW

The Ulladulla Mollymook area is your ideal holiday for Surf and Sea

There is no other word for the lifestyle on the coast but simply . . . ’relaxing’. Summer provides the sun and surf. Enjoy your holiday and visit to our region.

Bendalong & Manyana: Located only 20 minutes north of Milton, just 13kms off the Princes Highway. Both Manyana and Bendalong feature general stores, caravan parks, holiday rentals and picnic areas with surfing and swimming beaches. Washerwoman’s Beach features a concrete ramp suitable for all boats. Come see the sands of our coastline to Berrara and beyond with brilliant views of breaking waves.

The surf near Green Island at Conjola (access from Manyana/Cunjurong Point) provides excellent board riding. Spear fishing is prohibited in the waters of Conjola Lake and the whole of the waters of Berringer Lake, together with all their creeks, tributaries and inlets eastwards of a line drawn from the northern extremity of Roberts Point to the western extremity of Station Point, downstream to the South Pacific Ocean.

Conjola: The Entrance Road turns off the Princes Highway 6kms north of Milton. Lake Conjola offers boating, sailing, water skiing, fishing and safe swimming. For the fisherman there are bream, flathead, whiting, tailor and blackfish in the lake and there is also good beach fishing. Bait is available in the village shops and boats may be hired.

The coastline offers many secluded and safe beaches with soft white sand, crystal clear water and endless strolls investigating sandstone sea ledges and fascinating rockpools. All year round dolphins can be seen gently cruising off shore as they make their way up and down the coast. Bird life and wildlife are abundant. Where else in Australia can you see relatively tame kangaroos bounding along the seashore next to surfers than at famous Pebbly Beach.

There are many wonderful havens and secret places scattered throughout the district; beaches, lakes and rivers favoured by enthusiasts of surfing, snorkelling, sailing, boating, bushwalking, camping and fishing. Keep on the lookout for the whales at Mollymook and Narrawallee beaches from August to November.

Mollymook Beach NSW

Sport and Recreation: During the summer months Narrawallee, North Mollymook and Mollymook beaches are patrolled. Of course, it is a beautiful area in which to relax and just take a stroll on the beach or enjoy fishing, surfing, water skiing, bushwalking, lakes and beaches. There is a saltwater seapool at Ulladulla Harbour for all to enjoy.

Mollymook: This is a very special beach with surf conditions suitable for the experienced body and board surfer, there are areas along Mollymook Beach with gentler waters for young children. Food outlets, picnic tables, gas BBQ facilities and public toilets are also all available at Mollymook Beach.

Narrawallee is a quiet residential hamlet, surrounded by beach and inlet. The Narrawallee reserve has picnic and toilet facilities with access to both the lake and beach, along with a walking track around the headland.

Surfing: The Ulladulla region offers some of the finest surf waters on the NSW South Coast for surfing, body boarding and Malibu riding. Our surfing beaches include Aussie Pipe, Bendalong, Mollymook Beach and the Golf Course reefs, Rennies Beach, Wairo Beach, Collers Beach, Racecouse Beach Ulladulla, Manyana and Kioloa Beach. If you like to explore, waves can be found at the end of many of the dirt tracks heading to the coast, you may score that perfect wave!

Burrill Lake is a quiet, picturesque lake and ocean resort, a few minutes south of Ulladulla; most of its shores are lined with natural bushland. Burrill offers windsurfing, canoeing, ocean and lake fishing, water skiing, ocean and lake swimming and leisure pursuits including bike tracks, picnic and BBQ facilities at the Lions Parks just south of the bridge.

Pebbly Beach: For those who love Australian wildlife, don’t miss the trip 30 minutes south of Ulladulla to Pebbly Beach where you can see at close range a colony of virtually tame kangaroos along the seashore next to surfers and beach goers. There are beaches, headlands and lakes to explore.

Gone SurfingBawley Point / Kioloa: This seaside resort with its unspoiled beaches and views of the surrounding ranges, Brush Island and the South Pacific Ocean is truly a haven for all. There are great fishing spots, and scuba divers have the opportunity to dive on the many shipwrecks around Brush Island. The Historic Shipwrecks Act protects these sites, allowing no artefacts to be removed from the area. Bawley Point offers all kinds of fishing, surfing and swimming activities.