australia's surfing coast

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Ulladulla - // Australia's surfing coast //

Narrawallee beach in Ulladulla faces a bit northeast and is a long, flat expanse of sand much loved by joggers and beach-combers. The north end is popular with experienced surfers and works well with a decent northeast swell and light westerly (or lighter southerly) winds.

The delightful river inlet at the north end is a beautiful spot for day picnics and swimming with the family, best at high tide for a dip but great all day, and for roaming around without getting sand-whipped from the summer sea breezes.

The handful of residential homes here barely constitutes a village, but the bright lights of Mollymook are just a few minutes’ drive away. Almost the entire two-kilometres of Narrawallee Beach is backed by Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve so it enjoys a lush bush setting worth exploring.

Getting there:
Uladulla is 226km south of Sydney, about three hours’ drive.

Learn to surf school:
Pam Burridge Surf School
Ulladulla Surf School

Things to do and see in Ulladulla