Local Area

Attractions and features in the Milton-Ulladulla local area

Our local area is flush with activities and attractions ranging from beautiful beaches, breathtaking bush walks, fine dining and friendly, local shopping.

Amazing Beaches

We are spoiled for choice when it comes to beautiful, pristine beaches and swimming locations. A surfer's dream, the Mollymook, Narrawallee, Ulladulla and Burrill Lake areas are brimming with numerous surf breaks, beaches and secluded, quiet swimming locations. For the kiddies, look no further than Narrawallee inlet or Burrill Lake, where youngsters can wade out in calm waters to their desired depths. For amazing surf breaks, Reef and Golfy breaks at Mollymook are popular. Rennies beach and 'Bommie' just around the corner from the Ulladulla lighthouse are fantastic surf beaches and provide a relatively secluded relaxing vibe.

Historic Milton

Visitors passing through Milton could be excused for not realising that much of the district’s early history originated amongst the lush pastures surrounding the township. Milton itself, apart from its interesting public and commercial buildings, has a number of historic homes, particularly towards its southern and eastern ends. Make sure you stop and visit the amazing bakeries, cafes and stores scatted either side of the highway through Milton village. Stroll down the mainstreet of Milton and you will see good examples of “Italianate” style architecture. These include the Heritage listed Commercial Bank of Sydney, built in 1875, Blackburn’s store (The Settlement) 1898, while the historic Post Office, Courthouse, Public School building and Milton’s churches are examples of the “Gothic” style.



Located on the western side of Ulladulla, positioned on the side of a beautiful valley overlooking the hills and mountains of Milton and beyond, Cupitt's Winery is the local area's most prestigious and popular food and wine destination. Whether you want fine dining in the restaurant or to kick back on the grassy hillside, to enjoy the sunset with live music, the winery has something for everyone. Cupitt's Winery in Ulladulla was established in 2007, after the vineyard that was first planted in 2003 provided enough fruit for their first vintage. Rosie was their winemaker at the time, and brough


The Milton-Ulladulla area is flush with incredibly cafes serving up delicious food and coffee. If you're after the earthy, organic and healthy vibes look no further than the Treehouse Cafe in Ulladulla, or take a look at the famous Pilgrim's Vegetarian Cafe in Milton. Enjoy harbour views and healthy meals at Native Cafe in Ulladulla, or go for something super tasty at Oceanvibe Cafe on the highway in Ulladulla.

Boutqiue Hotels & Bars

You must visit The Milton Hotel, home of Damien Martin's boutique brewery, Dangerous Ales. Here you can catch live music and DJ's on the weekends, along with incredible modern pub grub and impeccable coastal views of Mollymook, Narrawallee and beyond. Or take a look at the famous Bannisters Hotels in Mollymook where we have two beautiful locations. The Rooftop Bar and Grill is a highly popular destination for food, cocktails and beverages. Or dive into the amazing Seafood of Rick Stein at Bannisters by the Sea.


Mollymook is home to two separate, beautiful golf courses. Both an 18 hole and 9 hole are ready to be explored, while you can enjoy beautiful views of Mollymook beach as you play.

Ulladulla Harbourside

Ulladulla, known for it's 'Safe Harbour' features a beautiful, calm harbour protected by huge break walls and is home to numerous fishing and recreational vessels. Take a stroll along the promenade and around to our local ocean sea pool and explore the rock areas surrounding this popular attraction. Or, take a stroll up the hill along the highway to explore all of Ulladulla's local shopping offerings and numerous cafes.

Coffee Culture

We are literally spoiled for choice when it comes to coffee. Our coffee culture is strong, and your caffeinated beverage requirements will surely be met at any one of our established cafes and restaurants, or try your luck with one of the mobile coffee vendors that often pause along Mollymook beach and Narrawallee inlet. Notable cafes include Native Cafe, Treehouse Cafe, Pilgrims Cafe and more.