Things to do at Ulladulla New South Wales
You'll find Ulladulla on the South Coast NSW Australia
You head south of Sydney and drive to Ulladulla New South Wales. And, it takes you about three hours.
Along the Princes Highway, you'll find the Ulladulla Harbour.
You can drive around and park by the harbour in front of Ulladulla Harbour Beach.
For me, it was a good place to make a travel stop as the toilets are nearby to the parking area. And, you'll find it's a good place to photograph the boats and the harbour.
Things to do in Ulladulla
- Sit by the water and go for a walk
- Go on a walk in a National Park
- Take a trek on the walking tracks
- Experience the indigenous culture tour
- Enjoy the waterways
- Go Whale Spotting during whale season at South Pacific Headland Reserve
- Visit the Warden Head Lighthouse
- Photograph the boats in the harbour
Travel Stop at Ulladulla NSW
Boats in the Harbour
Make a stop for lunch
Would you sit by the Water?
And, have something to eat.
Then, go for a walk.
Lunch by the Harbour
Sitting by the Harbour
NSW Travel Essentials
- Find out the NSW Weather and Warnings at BOM
- Check the Fire Danger Ratings and Total Fire Bans and Rules in NSW
- Carry water
- Find toilets
Beach Information and Conditions
- Look up the beach information and conditions, at Beachsafe, and the app, for instance:
- If the beach is patrolled or unpatrolled, and if patrolled days and hours
- Current Temperature
NSW National Parks
- Check for NSW National Park closures and alerts
- Look up NSW National Parks for details including alerts, visitor information, park entry fees, annual passes for beaches, lookouts, car parks, and picnic areas, road quality, vehicle access, weather restrictions, entry points, facilities, maps, safety, and prohibited.
- Murramarang National Park on the South Coast NSW near Batemans Bay
- Mimosa Rocks National Park on the South Coast near Bermagui
- Gulaga National Park near Bermagui and Tilba Tilba
- Blue Mountains National Park in country NSW and The Three Sisters in Katoomba
- Eurobodalla National Park on the South Coast from Moruya Head to Mystery Head
- Boewa National Park on the South Coast near Eden
- Meroo National Park near Batemans Bay and Ulladulla on the South Coast
- Budderoo National Park near Jamberoo and Nowra, inland from Kiama on the South Coast
- Barren Grounds Nature Reserve near Kiama on the South Coast
- Macquarie Pass National Park near Kiama on the South Coast
- Killalea Regional Park near Kiama on the South Coast
- Download the National Parks NSW App
- Read the recommendations to leave the park, bush, and beach as you found it
- Don't feed the wildlife, find out the details
- Carry water
Where is Ulladulla in New South Wales?
Ulladulla is on the south coast of NSW Australia.
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Next Stop after Ulladulla
After Ulladulla, I continued to travel south on the Princes Highway.
Along the south coast of New South Wales, where my next stop is Batemans Bay.
Find other places on the south coast of NSW to visit
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Whale watching is always a favorite activity of mine. I love the name..Ulladullah. I hope I get to see it at somepoint.
That’s cool, your favorite activity is whale watching, Cindy. Hope you get to travel there.
I’m loving all your stops in Australia! This country is on my travel list.
Thank you Cindy. Hope you don’t have to wait too long.
This is the first that I am learning about Ulladulla. I like the idea that I can go on heritage walks there.
Thank you Missy. I’m pleased that I introduced you to Ulladulla. Heritage Walks are cool and great for photography.
This place looks wonderful! I love areas where there is easy walking. My husband won’t do any strenuous hikes, but we enjoy nature trails.
Thank you Eva. That’s cool, I’m the same. That’s why I like photography, as I tend to walk for a while and get distracted by something to photograph.
I love that you put a map on this post. It helps me know where these amazing places you write about are!
Thank you Lisa. I love to put the maps in, as I tend to look up a place to find out whereabouts it might be.
So many beautiful places! Gorgeous!
Thank you kmf. So pleased to show you places to go in Australia.
I’d love to go here and take pictures of the boats in the harbor!
Cool idea, Chantelle. I like photographing the boats in the harbor, too.
What a cool place to explore! I’d love to visit Ulladulla.
Thank you Stacey. It’s been my pleasure to show this part of the world to you.
I would like to take the indigenous culture tour. That sounds interesting.
Thank you Sara. Yes, the indigenous culture tour would be unique.
Ulladulla sounds like a great place to visit!
Thank you Taquia. I’m glad to introduce you to Ulladulla.
Beautiful area. I love how the indigenous culture is still in the area.
Thank you Leeanne. Yes, and it’d be an unique experience. The street where I live in has an indigenous meaning.
Ulladulla looks like a great little spot. I’d love to visit the lighthouse and watch for whales too!
Thank you Alison. I love photography at lighthouses. And, whale watching would be so cool.
Sounds like a fantastic place to check out! Looks beautiful.
Thank you Pam. Glad you like the look of Ulladulla.
I never heard of Ulladulla. Beautiful photos.
Thank you Karie. Glad I could introduce you to somewhere new.