With white sand and crystal-clear blue water, Mollymook Beach is the regions centrepiece. Stretching for two-kilometres, Bannister’s Point at the northern end is a popular protected swimming spot, the reef in the middle offers waves for surfers and the southern end is great for families with the Golf Club, cafes and children’s playground.
Narrawallee Beach and Inlet
Narrawallee is a hidden paradise with endless adventure opportunities, spend your days at the beach swimming and surfing. At the northern end of Narrawallee Beach you will find the inlet, great for snorkeling, paddle boarding or fishing and enjoy a BBQ or picnic by the lake.
Bawley Point Beach
Surrounded by fine beaches and rugged national parks, the coastal village of Bawley Point provides the perfect setting for any adventure. In this picturesque spot on the NSW South Coast, enjoy outdoor pursuits like swimming, fishing and boating, or culinary exploits at the nearby winery and berry farm.
Burrill Lake is a coastal village located just five kilometres south of Ulladulla. It has long been a popular destination for fisherman with a variety of fish species on offer including flathead, bream and blackfish. The picturesque scenery with natural bushland and forest cover creates the perfect backdrop to seaside adventures.