Ulladulla Hotel & Accommodation

Ulladulla is a coastal gem in New South Wales about 3 hours drive from Sydney and an hour from Nowra. Also just 45 minutes drive from Batemans Bay, Ulladulla is a fantastic hub for a journey along New South Wales' picture perfect coast.

Whether you're looking to unwind in a guest house or one of the region's serviced apartments and motels, there are plenty of Ulladulla accommodation options which cater to many different travel groups and budgets.

The township is nestled between Lake Conjola in the north and Lake Burrill in the south, making it a great base for exploring local natural attractions and nearby national parks.

Morton National Park contains one of the region's most scenic trails of gorges, wilderness hiking and camping spots. The park is renowned for the spectacular Fitzroy Falls and sweeping views from Pigeon House Mountain, the distinctive peak which towers over the national park reserve.

Nearby Murramarang National Park spans over 44km of dramatic coastline consisting of dramatic cliffs, coastal headlands and pristine beaches which form the NSW south coast.

Ulladulla regions offers some of the finest surf waters on the NSW South Coast for surfing and body boarding, including Bendalong Mollymook Beach and the Gold Course reefs. Nearby Mollymook Beach is one of the region's best surf beaches, a 2km stretch of golden sand between Bannister Point and the Mollymook Golf Club headland.

The Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail is a site of indigenous significance, carving through low windswept heathland with a Corroboree Man sculpture at the beginning of the trail. Dreaming Poles are positioned throughout the trail, depicting the vibrant range of flora and fauna in the area winding along the beautiful walk.

For a touch of culture, the Art Gallery at Ulladulla Guest House houses a display of paintings, sketches, photography, pottery and more from a range of Australian artists.

Book yourself some Ulladulla accommodation and stay in the gateway of the south coast region's many celebrated beaches and spectacular national parks.