Ulladulla, a coastal town in New South Wales, Australia, lies within the city of Shoalhaven. Established in the 1820s as an anchorage for ships importing cedarwood to Sydney, its name derives from an Aboriginal word meaning “safe harbor.” Located on the Tasman Sea coast along the Princes Highway, Ulladulla is approximately 230 kilometers (140 miles) south of Sydney, midway between Batemans Bay and Nowra. This vibrant coastal town is renowned for its picturesque harbor, fresh seafood, superb beaches, serene lakes, and nearby national parks. Visitors can savor fresh seafood from local restaurants, explore scenic walking trails, and enjoy watersports such as fishing, swimming, stand-up paddleboarding, and surfing. Ulladulla’s charming cafes, fine restaurants, and diverse accommodation options make it an ideal coastal escape in the Shoalhaven region.