Living in Sydney, you probably have a list of holiday spots to visit. For those who love beaches, the NSW South Coast is one of the most popular and beautiful regions to visit. I recently spent 10 days exploring and found some great places to eat and drink as well as a few places to explore if you’re feeling adventurous.
Milton, Mollymook & Ulladulla are located about three hours south of Sydney.
The South Coast of NSW is a popular holiday destination for Sydneysiders. For those of you who don’t know, Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla are located about three hours south of Sydney.
Those are small towns on the South Coast of NSW with a great country vibes , also beaches if you’re looking for something relaxing or if you want to try surfing for the first time in your life! There are also lots of cafes, wineries and restaurants where you can enjoy delicious food after exploring the area. It’s also close to Jervis Bay, Lake Conjola, Bendalong which has some beautiful beaches so it’s definitely worth checking out if you have time on your hands.
Milton – a charm escape in the South Coast
Milton is a charming little town along the south coast of New South Wales. It’s home to Cupitt’s Estate, which is a beautiful winery and restaurant where you can enjoy awesome wines, amazing views and try their fabulous food (there’s also a luxury accomodation there which is amazing! Check it here). There are also great cafes, restaurants, shopping and galleries within close proximity of this beautiful town.
Mollymook is a small town with a great beach.
Mollymook is a small town with a great beach. It’s great for surfing, swimming, fishing and whale watching. I loved North Mollymook area and I recommend you to spend some hours swimming in this beautiful area!
Great place to stay in Mollymook
Bannister by the Sea Mollymook is a fantastic place to stay. This is a boutique hotel with a beautiful cliff top location above Mollymook Beach. It offers luxury ocean view accommodation, Rick Stein at Bannisters award winning restaurant, and don’t forget to also check the Bannister Pavilion for another option of stay or you can visit the hotel for a night out with great drinks and dinner!
You must try the local Hayden’s pie in Ulladulla
Hayden’s pie is a local specialty. It’s also the best pie you’ll ever eat in your life. It’s not like other meat pies; Hayden’s pie has a flaky pastry and comes with gravy. Hayden’s Pies can be found in Ulladulla.
Narrawallee beach is a gorgeous place to visit. It’s a beautiful stretch of sand with plenty of room for families, couples, and friends. The beach is protected by Narrawallee Creek and while it can be rough in some spots when the weather gets windy, there are also calm areas in this place where you can swim safely. You might even spot some dolphins!
The Pebbly Beach Reserve also worth a visit.
The Pebbly Beach Reserve is a beautiful stretch of sand and surf famous for its oddly-shaped pebbles.
You can take a dip in the water and stroll along the beach, or simply relax with a picnic as you watch the waves roll in.
It’s also great for sunbathing, so bring your best tanning lotion if you have one!
The best time to visit this reserve is during summer months when temperatures are warmer and fewer people are around. It’s located at Murramarang National Park and is a popular camping area, so if you want to go there make sure to bring sunscreen because it gets really hot during summer days here (even though it’s still winter).
The region’s pristine beaches and laid back lifestyle offer an ideal coastal getaway from Sydney or Canberra
The region’s pristine beaches and laid back lifestyle offer an ideal coastal getaway from Sydney or Canberra. The stunning South Coast is a great escape for those who are looking to relax on the beach, take in the picturesque views of nature, or enjoy a wide range of activities like surfing, sailing and scuba diving.
The NSW South Coast is a great holiday getaway from Sydney or Canberra. If you are looking for pristine beaches, great food and a laid back lifestyle, the NSW South Coast is the place to go. There are lots of cute little villages and towns to visit along the coast and inland.