Explore The South Coast


Historic Milton, founded in the 1860s, is a quaint country town situated in picturesque dairy country that borders the NSW south coast.

In addition to some practical offerings like the IGA, it has some delightful shops and boutiques, it's own theatre and library, and some fine dining opportunities for serious foodies.

If you book well in advance, try Mrs Top, a B&B that also offers its dining room to locals and tourists. If you're lucky enough to get a table, it's well worth a visit - a triple trifecta of delicious food, generous portion sizes and great value for money. It is BYO and only accepts cash.

Vegetarians should check out Pilgrims Cafe, home to some delicious fare that even seasoned meat-eaters can enjoy. You'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to cafes, most of which will cater for a coffee through to a full lunch.

If you're a happy hour lover, visit the Harvest Bar in Wason Street with its gorgeous, pastoral and ocean views. They have great bar snacks and you can enjoy live music every weekend.

A little further afield is Milkhaus on Woodstock Road. A whole foods cafe - they grow their own food, keep chickens, and in addition to serving some delicious food and drink, they offer cooking classes and workshops.

Mollymook and Ulladulla

Beautiful Mollymook is nestled on the coast between Milton and Ulladulla, and is home to one of the most beautiful beaches on the east coast.

Deservedly so, this beach has a reputation for being incredibly clean and the locals are very proud of this fact.

Popular with surfers and ocean swimmers, the renowned Pam Burridge offers surf lessons for beginners and those wanting to hone their skills.

At the southern end of Mollymook, which is a patrolled beach, is the Surf Life Saving Club. 

You can enjoy a public park barbecue overlooking the beach or some fish and chips at Mollymook Beach Hut.

There is also a children's adventure playground around the corner, that they'll love.

If you're keen on golf with a view, check out Mollymook Golf Club, which also has great dining and entertainment.

In nearby Tallwood Ave, there is a butcher, supermarket and fish & chip shop, as well as Tallwoods restaurant, and the Rooftop Pavillion. 

If you're a seafood lover, you might like to try Rick Stein at Bannisters on Mitchell Parade. Whether you're staying there, or enjoying a cocktail, drink in the magnificent views.

A great breakfast and lunch place is Native Cafe, right on the harbour in Ulladulla.

If you love Italian food, visit Carlos Italian restaurant (formerly known as Tony's Italian Bar and Seafood). There are great menu choices, some excellent Italian wines and fabulous family ambience. 

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