and the seven
lakes district is a pleasant three hours drive from Sydney and two and a half
hours drive from Canberra.
- Enjoy the quiet village
atmosphere of historic Milton with its natural beauty and charm.
- Pigeon House Mountain,
west of Milton has popular bushwalks and its unique shape can be seen from
a number of vantage points. Magnificent views from the top over rugged cliffs
and gorges to the curves of the Clyde river to the sea.
- Stroll around the
South Pacific Heathland Reserve and Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve, take in
Warden Head Lighthouse and Rock Platform walks or follow the Coomee Nulunga
- Burrill and Tabourie
Lakes are flanked by unspoilt bushland. Tabourie Lake is a haven for native
- Pebbly Beach a delightful
scenic spot where kanagroos are known to emerge from the bush to cool off
and graze by the water edge to the delight of visitors.
- A great place to relax
or enjoy healthy outdoor activites. Plenty of good surfing beaches and excellent
- Just 40 minutes drive
north of Ulladulla lies the crystal clear water and dazzling white sands
of Hyams Beach on Jervis Bay.
This area is renowned
for its beaches, bays and lakes which are set against a backdrop of rich land
and the Budawang Mountain Ranges.
Ulladulla is situated
on a picturesque harbour, home of the local fishing fleet and Mollymook
is just a few kilometres north with its beautiful surfing beach and golf clubs.
The region takes in the
towns and villages from Bendalong to Durras including Milton, Ulladulla and
Mollymook and is ideal destination for a relaxing weekend or fun filled holiday