Visit the NSW South Coast!

Did you know that the NSW South Coast is Open?

 

After the recent fires that have heavily impacted the NSW South Coast, we want to spread the word that the South Coast is open and ready for you to enjoy! 

 

Make the most of waterskiing/ wakeboarding on the South Coast’s Burrill Lake just outside of Ulladulla. Enjoy locally sourced food and wine after a day at the beach surfing!

 

We have put together our own guide to the South Coast:

 

Stop: Berry-Famous Donut Van 

No trip south is complete without a detour into Berry to grab some treats from the Donut van. This is sure to make the kids happy and quiet for at least 20 minutes. 

 

Stay: 

Milton/ Ulladulla 

Surrounded by beaches, lakes, farmland and lots of open space, a range of camping grounds and boutique accommodation, eateries serving up local produce and boutique stores with antiques and handmade goods. 

 

Tip: to keep as much money in these towns - avoid booking online and call venues directly, this way they don’t pay booking fees to offshore companies! 

 

Surf: 

From Jervis Bay- Bawley Point is some of Australia’s best beaches. We suggest heading down to Mollymook Beach, 5 minutes from Milton/ Ulladulla, which has a mix of beach breaks and reefs to keep the surfers happy and a wide-open beach area to play and paddle in the waves. 

 

Close to the beach are public amenities and a cafe. 

 

Ski:

Just south of Ulladulla you will find Burrill Lake, surrounded by bushland. This lake is popular for waterskiing, fishing, and kayakers alike. Kings Point Boat Ramp is where you will want to launch, with plenty of trailer parking and a grassy waterfront area with picnic tables to ski from or set up camp.

 

Tip: As with most locations, get in early to avoid the crowds

 

Sip: 

Depending on your preferences, there is a range of pubs and clubs to kick back at and enjoy a beverage. Cupitt's Winery is a boutique winery/ brewery found in the rolling hills inland of Milton, with views over the vines and Burrill Lake. Casual and restaurant dining is available.

Tip: Sunday afternoon grab a bottle of wine and a wood fire pizza and unwind on the lawn or deck. 

 

Shop:

Head into Milton to browse the shops, with cafes, fashion, vintage and handmade stores lining both sides of the town. Grab your groceries and supplies to help support the local township!

 

For more of a day trip, hit the road south to Mogo - Yes, there are still shops standing and open for visitors! 



 


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