Cabins & Sites, Seasonally
In and around Ulladulla Holiday & Caravan Park
Step back in time on the Geological Time Walk from the north side of Ulladulla Harbour. Hear stories about the evolution of life on Earth as you take the concrete path through parklands comprised of boulders that represents a major geological event that impacted the local region. Private guides to the Brodie Park Time Walk are available at the Visitor Centre and Fossil House.
A rocky beach frequented by a dedicated group of local surfers, Dolphin Point is a 20-minute walk from Discovery Parks – Ulladulla. The lookout from Seaside Parade is also a great spot for whale watching as well as checking surf conditions. While there are no swimming spots at this beach due to the rocky platform, it remains a popular rock-fishing spot.
Learn about the local Indigenous population and Aboriginal culture on the Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail. The trail travels through low windswept heaths, capturing a living sculpture formed by the moods of the great Pacific Ocean. Making its way towards the beach before following the contours of the Rainbow Serpent. Members of the local Aboriginal community host guided walks along this trail.
One for the sunrise chasers, Rennies beach to the south of Ulladulla faces is a great place to watch the sun rise and fall over the water and observe local surfers as they chase their morning fix. The beach has steep treelined dunes behind it and there are small rocky caves to be explored at the eastern end.