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Mollymook Seascape Motel & Apartments - Mollymook Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Mollymook Seascape Motel & Apartments

22-24 Princes Highway, Mollymook - Map
 
 
Mollymook Paradise Haven Motel - Mollymook Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Mollymook Paradise Haven Motel

39 Ocean St, Mollymook - Map
 
 
The Mollymook Paradise Haven Motel is a lovely 3 star hotel in Australia located in Mollymook. Guests can easily reach …More
Pigeon House Motor Inn - Ulladulla Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Pigeon House Motor Inn

156 Princess Hwy, Ulladulla - Map
 
 
Discover the Best Western Pigeon House Motor Inn. We are close to all attractions and only 3 hours from Sydney. Enjoy our …More
Harbour Royal Motel - Ulladulla Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Harbour Royal Motel

29 Burrill St, Ulladulla - Map
 
 
Ulladulla Guest House - Ulladulla Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Ulladulla Guest House

39 Burrill Street, Ulladulla - Map
 
 
Colonial Palms Motel - Mollymook Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Colonial Palms Motel

15-17 Princes Highway, Mollymook - Map
 
 
The Colonial Palms Motel & Cabins hotel enjoys a wonderful location, close from many tourist attractions, and provides …More
Bannisters - Mollymook Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Bannisters

191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook Beach - Map
 
 
Sandpiper Motel - Ulladulla Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Sandpiper Motel

78 Princes Hwy, Ulladulla - Map
 
 
Beachhouse Mollymook - Mollymook Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Beachhouse Mollymook

3 Golf Avenue, Mollymook - Map
 
 
Big4 Bungalow Park on Burrill Lake - Burrill Lake Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Big4 Bungalow Park on Burrill Lake

123 Princess Highway, Burrill Lake - Map
 
 

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    Pocket Guide: Ulladulla

    Ulladulla is a picturesque harbour town on the coast of New South Wales. Just 227km south of Sydney, it’s a popular holiday centre and fishing port, as well as a regular pit stop on the long drive between Sydney and Melbourne. Book your Ulladulla accommodation with us now!

    The Ulladulla boat harbour, one of the prettiest spots in the Shoalhaven region, typifies the town’s native origins. Traditionally occupied by the Murramarang Aboriginal people, the name Ulladulla is believed to come from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘safe harbour’. From an 1828 sketch featuring Aboriginals fishing in the harbour, to today, the harbour has been central to the town’s existence. Around the mid-1800s and in the lead up to World War II, many ships were built on the foreshores of the harbour and sea trade made it a hub of activity. Nowadays, the largest commercial fishing fleet on the South Coast moors up in its sparkling blue waters.

    A few great dining options grace the harbour’s edge, maximising on the stunning views like any smart local business would do, including fish and chips fresh from the Fishermen's Co-op on the wharf. Unlike some other harbour cities, it hasn’t been crammed with seaside hotspots, and you’ll still find good-quality cafes and eateries in other parts of town. For something fancier, venture just out of Ulladulla to Cupitt Winery, which boasts a beautiful hillside country setting and a seasonal French restaurant that serves matching wines from the vineyard itself.

    Ulladulla is a coastal town, with fishing, swimming and diving popular local activities to indulge in. Offering both great surf waters and sheltered swimming spots, everyone is catered to. There’s also a sea pool, which can be accessed from the boardwalk at the harbour. Deep sea charters and whale watching tours provide another great way to experience the beautiful waters of the region without getting too soggy.

    If you forget your swimmers but remember your runners, there are many local natural attractions to explore. Ulladulla is a great base for venturing out to Morton National Park, Lake Conjola to the north and Lake Burrill to the South. The Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail and the One Track for All are beautiful tracks that explore Aboriginal heritage along the route. Also don’t miss the spectacular views at the end of the 2km track to Warden Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse was erected in the harbour in 1873 then relocated to Warden’s Head in 1889 – and it’s still fully-functional today!

    If you’re driving to Ulladulla, you can’t miss it! Just jump on the Princes Highway from Melbourne or Sydney, which passes straight through town. Buses also run regular routes to Ulladulla. Once you’re here, you can walk around town, but it’s best to explore the region by car. Car rentals are available locally. So wot’s stopping you? Get in and book your Ulladulla hotel today so you can start navigating this lovely sea town.

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