Things to do

Ulladulla Electric Bike Hire is the best and we believe, the only way to discover our breathtaking natural wonders and experience the beaches, lakes, sights and establishments at ‘your own easy pace’. You can explore the local shopping villages, taste the local food at our cafes, find where our highly rated restaurants are located or if you are looking for more action and adventure, check out the stand-up paddle board or perhaps take up a surfing lesson, after your e-Bike escapade. We make it safe, easy and secure to lock up the Electronic Bike and helmet with our onboard bike locks so you can relax and enjoy your other outdoor adventures and experiences.

Beaches

Narrawallee Beach

To the north of Mollymook is Narrawallee with its own splendid beach. Another popular swimming spot is Narrawallee Inlet, with safe waters and natural bush land. Narrawallee Beach is also bounded by a scenic reserve, popular for picnics.

Getting there on an e-Bike is hassle free and memorable and as car spaces are so limited you will arrive in style, cleverly lock your bike with your helmet together whilst you get to know this local favourite swimming spot.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/mollymook/attractions/narrawallee-beach

Narrawallee

Mollymook Beach

Mollymook Beach is one of the south coast’s most famous and best loved beaches with crystal clear waters and golden sands and is only an 8-minute e-Bike ride north from Ulladulla, there is also a great paved bike trail along the beach to make it easy for a quick swim or photo-op.

Definitely a popular stop and getting there on an e-Bike is a better alternative as its popularity restricts available parking.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/mollymook

Mollymook Beach

The Bogey Hole (Molymook)

The Bogey Hole is a tidal pool and is very shallow at low tide. Its protective ring of rocks ensures a safe and fun environment for all ages. It also offers safe snorkelling and is a great spot for a picnic day out and is only a short 3-min bike ride from Mollymook beach.

Imagine easily riding up to it and casually exploring the shallow pools.

https://allintooceanpoolsinc.org/ocean-pools/mollymook-bogey-hole/

Collers Beach

Collers Beach is a pet friendly beach popular with surfers for the reef breaks at either end including the famous ‘Golfy’ reef. In the future you can take your dog for an off-leash walk along the sand while admiring the skills of the local surfers. The rock shelves on this beach also have some fascinating fossils to be explored and rock pools at low tide.

Cruising there on an electric bike is just a no brainer and when you get there, you’ll see how easy it is to visit these spots without taking the car.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/mollymook/attractions/collers-beach

Ulladulla Harbour Beach

Located opposite Ulladulla Civic Centre, the beach is popular for locals and holiday makers alike. With cafés and restaurants lining the southern part of this protected beach, it makes for an idle pit stop when on your self-guided e-bike tour.

Ulladulla Harbour Outer Beach and Sea Pool

This surprising beach features the Ulladulla Sea Pool and also has lots of exciting fossils in the surrounding rock pools. It is a short walk from the fisherman’s co-op and lots of delicious seafood at the harbour. Grab some fish and chips and stroll along the boardwalk behind the beach.

Accessible toilets can be found on Ulladulla Harbour Beach

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/ulladulla-harbour-outer-beach-and-sea-pool

Ulladulla North Harbour Beach

This little-known beach is located just north of Ulladulla Harbour and is pet friendly (off leash area) 24/7. You’ll often spot fisherman sitting on the wharf, a particularly pretty spot at sunrise, often joined by a friendly pelican. This beach is a hidden gem just a short walk from Ulladulla centre.

There is a shared pathway around the harbour to the breakwater wharf, where the monthly Sunday markets are held, and the Gondwana Fossil Walk and Time Walk are also accessible.

Rolling in with your e-bike will make you really appreciate this tranquil little beach and you know you want to have a swim in it.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/ulladulla-harbour-north-beach

Lobster Jacks Beach

Lobster Jacks is a quiet and hidden beach in the edge of Ulladulla township. It is bordered by Warden Head, a popular whale watching lookout with lighthouse, and steep cliffs which can make access a challenge. Head to Lighthouse Oval on the corner of New Street, and Deering Street for the best access to the beach and also Warden head Reserve.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/lobster-jacks-beach

Racecourse Beach

Relaxed, dog-friendly beach & surfing spot featuring a lengthy stretch of sand & narrow street parking. Known to locals but hardly visited by our city friends.

Your e-Bike can take you right in front, effortlessly. Just head south from Ulladulla along the e-Bike trail map. Great for whale watching, dolphins and the occasional seal and fantastic views with walking tracks overlooking the beach.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/racecourse-beach-ulladulla

Racecourse

Rennie’s Beach

Popular for surfing & fishing, this 530-metre-long beach with steep, tree-lined dunes is popular amongst the locals so its car park is filled quickly during holiday season.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/rennies-beach

Rennie's Beach

South Pacific Heathland Reserve

The South Pacific Heathland Reserve is a 14-hectare flora and fauna reserve on the headland between Rennies Beach and Racecourse Beach at the southern end of Ulladulla.

As the southern limit of Sydney sandstone region, it is a special place because of its rich community of rare plants, animals and birds, including the glossy black cockatoo, and spectacular coastal views.

Spot whales from the viewing platforms during their migration season.

Don’t miss the Chris Humphries Nature Walk – an easy two kilometre walk on a gently undulating track.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/south-pacific-heathland-reserve

Burrill Beach Inlet

Spectacular lake views and plenty of spots for picnic or paddle boarding. The azure waters that engulf the inlet and estuaries are teaming with all sorts of marine life from pelicans to aquatic fish.

Burrill Lake

Burrill Lake is a coastal village located just five kilometres south of Ulladulla and is only 13 minutes via the Electronic Bike Hire trail. Next to Dolphin Point, it is a tidal lake that offers plenty of water activities.

Spectacular lake views and plenty of spots for picnic or paddle boarding. The azure waters that engulf the inlet and estuaries are teaming with all sorts of marine life from pelicans to aquatic fish.

If you are feeling hungry, grab some of Burrill Lake’s famous fish & chips. Just easily roll in with your electric assisted bike and order what you want as there is yet another café next to the fish and chip shop.

https://www.shoalhaven.com/towns/burrill-lake-shoalhaven-south-coast-nsw/

Burrill Lake

Dolphin Point Beach

Dolphin Point is a beach settlement located 7 km south of Ulladulla, east of Burrill Lake. Jump into the clear turquoise pristine waters and ‘relish the escalator ride when the tides come in or out’. This is not a patrolled section of the beach so please use your safety sense at all times when swimming.

Arriving on your e-Bike will definitely get you right up to the tables and grass area. It’s then a short 20 metre troll to aquatic fun.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/accommodation/dolphins-point-tourist-park

Kings Point Stony Creek

Kings Point is a village that forms part of the Milton Ulladulla urban area in the southern Shoalhaven. Kings Point is predominantly a residential suburb on the shores of Burrill Lake. The lakeside location makes Kings Point popular for fishing and water sports – the Ulladulla Water Ski Club and public boat ramp facilities allow locals and visitors to take full advantage.

Your e-Bike will get you there is comfort and you will see this ‘hidden quaint suburb’ that very few visitors even knew existed.

https://www.shoalhaven.com/place/kings-point/

Landmarks

St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church

Little is known about the foundation of this church but it is the first landmark that welcomes its local and visitors to Milton Village along the Princes Hwy. An easy ride to the top carpark area of this hilltop church, riders will be treated with the best sweeping views of the pastural valley and winding Hwy towards Milton, below. I fine spot to stop, meditate and appreciate life’s splendid moments

https://www.dow.org.au/parish/st-mary-star-of-the-sea-catholic-parish-milton/

Ulladulla Harbour

Ulladulla Harbour is located in the town centre. Great for biking, sightseeing or swimming. There is a jetty for fishing and a free 50-meter sea pool with many places to have picnics and barbies or dine in the many coffee shops and restaurants.

Once a month there is also a market with many great stalls. Zipping through this area is a breeze when you have an e-Bike. House hunting on an e-Bike in any of Ulludulla’s undulating suburbs is just as easy and you can confidently cover more, in less time.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/ulladulla-harbour

Ulladulla Harbour

Warden Head Lighthouse

Heading south of Ulladulla and 15 minutes along the e-Bike Trail. It is situated on a cliff top with walls either side through the bushland tracks, fantastic ocean views and great place to see the whales during the season.

Arriving on an e-Bike is a special feeling of seeing how important the light house is to the fishing fleet and commercial ships. Lock up your e-Bike and helmet and have a stroll around, because you can.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/warden-head-lighthouse

Walking Tracks | Flora Fauna Discovery

Milton Rainforest Walk

Thousands of trees are being planted at Milton on the New South Wales south coast in a bid to expand and conserve a rare patch of subtropical rainforest.

All you have to do is roll in with your e-bike lock up at the very front of the 2 km trail and experience what local residents are doing to preserve this rare part of NSW.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-11-20/efforts-underway-to-conserve-rare-rainforest-milton-nsw/12900126https://southcoast-nsw.naturemapr.org/locations/sightings/10121

One Track for All

Close to Ulladulla harbour with its own paved bike track. It is sign posted with information about the area and its early beginnings including Aboriginal history and settlers’ history. Set in lovely Australian bushland, beautiful bush and great views. You will feel welcomed and at ease.

Jump off your e-bike and have a break if you like as you are in control of your journey.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/one-track-all

Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve 

Short bike ride outside Ulladulla, plenty of casual walking tracks, signage and places to stop and sit and enjoy the Australian bush surroundings, lots of waratahs, native iris, and wild orchids.

Cruising towards the Reserve through the suburb of Ulladulla is such a thrill cause your Electronic Bike Hire will take you up those hills, effortlessly.

https://www.alltrails.com/trail/australia/new-south-wales/ulladulla-wildflower-reserve-loop

Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk

A geological time walk on the north side of Ulladulla Harbour. Discover the various fossils, glaciers & ancient crystals. Its best to go at low tide or you can also book a guided tour through the little fossil house museum. Check their website for more updated details.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/gondwana-coast-fossil-walk

Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail

The Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail travels through low windswept heath, capturing a living sculpture by the moods and breezes of the Pacific Ocean.

The trail makes its way towards the beach, winding through the last contours in the way of the Rainbow Serpent, the creator in Aboriginal Dreamtime stories.

The local Aboriginal community take guided walks along this trail. You can contact them by phone.

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/ulladulla/attractions/coomee-nulunga-cultural-trail

Bannisters Point Walking Track

Bannister’s Point Walking Track is a 0.6 km lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ulladulla that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and arriving on your e-bike will really compliment the easy nature of your self-guided tour. Enjoy the great lookout into the Tasman Sea.

https://www.alltrails.com/trail/australia/new-south-wales/bannisters-point-walk

Dining /Eating

Sprinkled along the e-bike trail are family own takeaways, cafés and restaurants. Because you are travelling on an electric assisted bike you have the time and the opportunity to look around and capture the moment and savour the food.

Public Toilets

Look at the printed map and your mobile phone for the location of public toilets along the trail.

There are many of these facilities and you can easily reach them.

Most petrol stations have toilets and there are many other toilets located inside the shopping villages, such as Woolworths in Ulladulla.

Remember, if you do some research before your easy ride, you will find these well-located facilities to make you self-guided tour that much more convenient.

OP-Shops

Vinnies Op-Shop Ulladulla

251 Green St, Ulladulla NSW 2539

https://www.vinnies.org.au/shops/view/1712

SALVOS Ulladulla Family Store

Shops 11 & 12 Top of the Town Plaza 137 Princes Highway ULLADULLA NSW 2539

https://www.salvationarmy.org.au/locations/new-south-wales/aulf/ulladulla-family-store/

Milton Ulladulla Uniting Church

71 north St Ulladulla NSW 2539

https://www.opshop.org/details/4526

House Hunting

Events and Occasions

Cupitt’s Estate Sunday Sessions

Come join each Sunday for some free live music at Cupitt’s Estate. Music is from 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm, bookings for the Lawn recommended.

Find out how the Estate made wine, craft beer (No Alcohol to Be Consumed Whilst Riding Your E-Bike) is produced, and taste delicious food while singing along to their fabulous local talent who play with a backdrop of the green rolling hills of Milton, the Budawang ranges and Burrill Lake.

Marine Rescue Ulladulla Wharf Markets

Commencing Sunday 12 February 2023 (MONTHLY event) Usually held on the second Sunday of each month the craft, produce and speciality stalls attract visitors from near and far.

The Ulladulla Harbour Markets are run by the volunteer members of the local unit of Marine Rescue NSW and have become an institution in this pretty South Coast town.

Blessing of the Fleet

The first Blessing of the Fleet was staged in 1956 when the Catholic Parish Priest Father Weatherall suggested to the boat owners and crews that they should follow the old and revered tradition of blessing the boats. The fishing industry of Ulladulla is as old as time itself, with Aboriginals using the harbour and ocean waters as a source of food. In the early 1900s there were newspaper reports of local fisherman selling their catch at Milton and fishing licences being approved.

Today the blessing ceremony is held on Easter Sunday as part of the Ulladulla Blessing of the Fleet Festival.

https://ulladulla.info/history-of-the-blessing-of-the-fleet-festival

Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club

Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club has existed on Mollymook beach since its foundation in 1935. Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club has a proud history in both Life Saving and competition achievements spanning its years of service.

The friendly bicycle paths make Mollymook and its many clubs, cafes and restaurants an idle pit stop to lock up your e-bike/helmet and have a stroll around.

https://www.mollymooksurf.com.au/

Ulladulla Water Ski Club

Established in 1955, the Ulladulla Water Ski Club has been a part of the local community for over 60 years. Run by volunteers, the club is self-funded and relies on its fee-paying members to provide a safe and well-maintained facility to launch power vessels and enjoy the wonderful waters of Burrill Lake. You to can ride in and visit their facilities and even so some action during the schedule events.

https://www.ulladullaskiclub.com.au/