In 1938 Mrs Jess Sams (nee Millard) of Ulladulla was one of the 580 Australian anglers in an angling competition, embracing both salt and freshwater species. Her catch of a 330lb striped marlin, which remains today unbeaten and secured her the principal trophy for the heaviest gamefish. Mrs Sams received an avalanche of attention and […]
History & Heritage
On 13 January 1939, at Ulladulla eight houses, the timber mill, tannery and iceworks were destroyed by fire.
The Milton Ghost Walks with Charlotte Seccombe is a night time walking tour of Milton developed by Cathy Dunn of ulladulla.info Discover the ghosts and eerie tales of historic Milton on the South Coast NSW. So why not Join Charlotte Seccombe, the mistress of the Star Hotel from the the 1860s on a lantern-lit walking […]
Booklet on the early history and burials at Sandridge Cemetery Mollymook NSW of 1893 – 1896 collated by historian Cathy Dunn for NSW History Week 2022, with proceeds to the Milton Ulladulla Hospital Auxiliary.
Ulladulla’s lighthouse at Warden Head is part of a network of navigational aids maintained around Australia’s 20,000 kilometre coastline for the safety of ships and other crafts. Located at the Eastern end of Deering St Ulladulla, a 5 minute drive from the centre of Ulladulla. The iron lighthouse was built in 1871 and was originally […]