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Where is Ulladulla?

The New South Wales south coast features some of the most picturesque towns and beaches in the country and Ulladulla is right in the heart of it all. Around three hours drive south of Sydney and Canberra, Ulladulla is ideally located for the best of coastal life, but with weekends in the bright city lights still within easy reach. The Princes Highway (A1) runs right through Ulladulla giving locals a fast route in and out of town in both directions and ensuring plenty of passing trade from travellers between Melbourne and Sydney. There are public bus services that connect to trains at Bomaderry station about an hour north of Ulladulla’s town centre. 

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Living in Ulladulla

The Ulladulla region encompasses small neighbouring towns and is bordered by the Narrawallee Estuary in the north and Burrill Lake in the south. The town itself has a population of almost 7,000. The town is built above an enclosed and tranquil harbour and nestled in between Ulladulla and Warden Heads.
There are a number of schools in the area including early learning centres, pre-schools, primary schools, Ulladulla High School, TAFE and adult learning centres. Ulladulla town is the central service point for local towns such as Dolphin Point, Kings Point and Mollymook so is well equipped. There are numerous major retailers, good shopping facilities, dining and essential entertainment options such as a town library, cinemas and the popular Funland Ulladulla. There is also a weekly farmers market offering locally grown produce that is a functional as well as social activity for Ulladulla locals.  
Ulladulla’s port has functioned in various capacities since the mid 1800s and today is home to one of the largest commercial fishing fleets on the NSW south coast. 

Things to See and Do in Ulladulla

Ulladulla is located within the Shoalhaven region which is known for its beautiful natural attractions, including beaches, lakes, tidal rivers, estuaries and an abundance of native flora and fauna. Outdoor activities are a key factor in the local lifestyle with fishing, swimming and surfing all common recreational pursuits. 
Cupitt’s winery is a popular destination with locally made wine, craft beers and artisanal cheeses. Enjoy a leisurely lunch and take in lush green surrounds overlooking Burrill Lake and Pigeon House Mountain.    
The region has a rich Indigenous history and there are various tours and walking trails that can be enjoyed to discover important Australian heritage locations, such as the Coommee Nulunga cultural trail and the Nura Gunyu tour.
With the sea at your doorstep there is never a shortage of things to do. Go whale watching at Warden head, or take a fishing charter or a diving tour to some of the local ocean reefs.

Ulladulla Accommodation

Ulladulla has a great range of accommodation options for all budgets, whether you are looking at renting houses in Ulladulla or buying to settle for the long term. The houses Ulladulla has to offer range in price from weatherboard cottages and solid brick family homes, ideal for the first home buyer, to impressive contemporary architecture with million-dollar clifftop views and price tags to match.
Ulladulla township covers less than 10 square kilometres so most addresses keep you close to the action and many come with great views of the harbour and surrounding countryside. Ulladulla rentals are regularly available and most of them just a few minutes away from everything you could possibly need.
For all of your Ulladulla real estate needs, contact the friendly team at First National Real Estate Ulladulla. They can help you learn more about how to buy property in Ulladulla, and show you the current houses for rent in Ulladulla.