Local Attractions

There are dozens of activities the entire family can enjoy which are located in and around SeaChange Parks Milton.

You can visit the Arcadia Funland amusement arcade, Gondwana coast fossil walk, kayak or fish at Narrawallee or Burrill Lake, go on a whale and dolphin tour, try surfing or diving, charter a fishing boat or try the various water sports.

There is something for everyone to enjoy.

You can take the whole family for a day trip, knowing everyone is going to have an amazing time.

Enjoy the local activities and attractions of Milton, Ulladulla, Mollymook, Narrawallee and Burrill Lake.

Milton and Ulladulla is situated 200km south of Sydney and 200km east of Canberra, it is a comfortable 3 hour drive from both. The all year round mild climate makes it a popular holiday destination for people from inland and Victoria.

Whilst being in a rich farming district, SeaChange Parks Milton is on the outskirts of historic Milton and is only minutes from Ulladulla’s commercial centre, famous surf beaches, sporting clubs, picture theatres and superb restaurants.

Cuppitts winery is just up the road for a fabulous afternoon of decadence.

Some suggested surrounding dining options are:

  • Pilgrims, Milton (Vegetarian cafe, serving Mexican at night)
  • The Guild, Milton (Italian Restaurant)
  • Harvest Bar, Milton (Yummy cocktails and beautiful setting)
  • Altar Wine Bar, Milton (Wine and nibbles)
  • Mollymook Bowling Club (perfect for a game of lawn bowls and a club dinner afterwards)
  • Mollymook Golf Club (Beautiful views and excellent atmosphere)
  • The Ruse, Ulladulla (Bar & casual dining venue overlooking Ulladulla Harbour)
  • Carlo’s Italian Ristorante Bar & Seafood, Ulladulla (Wonderful staff and even better meals)
  • Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club, Ulladulla (Play a game of pool or enjoy some entertainment)
  • Tanoshi Restaurant, Ulladulla (Japanese inspired meals)

Beaches & Lakes

All our local beaches are pristine and patrolled in summer.
  • Take time out to walk the beach or have a barbie on the foreshore.
  • Grab a canoe and go for a paddle down beautiful Narrawallee
  • or maybe water skiing on Burrill Lake.
  • Pack a picnic for Narrawallee Inlet or Dolphin Point.
  • Sign up for some surfing lessons.

Family Fun

Why not take the kids to Timezone at Funland Ulladulla. Opens 10.00am daily.
Catch a movie at Arcadia Twin Cinemas in Boree Street, Ulladulla.
Have a game of putt putt at Burrill.
Go horse riding at Termeil.
Take a walk around Historic Milton.
Take the kids fishing off the wharf at Ulladulla Harbour.
Check out the Milton Show (in February each year)
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Enjoy a friendly game of golf by the beach.

Challenge yourself on the 18 hole Mollymook championship golf course.

Catch a game of bowls at Mollymook, Ulladulla or Conjola.

Get fit with a fast paced game of squash at the Ulladulla courts.

Play tennis on the courts right here at the park.

Water Sports

Enjoy a day on the lake.
Water ski at Kings Point or Lake Conjola.
Go canoeing at Narrawallee Inlet.
Hire a boat or take a charter at Burrill.
Take some scuba lessons and dive the local area.
Catch a wave at beautiful Mollymook Beach.
Fishing charter boats operate from picturesque Ulladulla harbour and Burrill Lake and hire boats are available at Lake Conjola. You can go horse riding at Termeil, water skiing on Lake Conjola or fishing in the lakes or ocean.

Lake Conjola

The pristine waters of Lake Conjola offer fishing, swimming, boating and canoeing. There is a local bowling club and much wildlife to see.

Did you know that we have a sister holiday park at Lake Conjola? Check it out here.


On the second Sunday of every month, the historic village of Milton hosts a produce and craft market. It offers plants, arts and crafts, bric-a-brac, jewellery, local artworks, clothing and much more. Many market days are further enhanced with music from the town’s brass band or local buskers, while a jumping castle and face painting keep the young ones amused. It’s a fun time for the whole family and endears all to this trendy dynamic country town.
Check their Facebook page for latest details and dates:

Bush Walking

The Budawangs are ideal for bushwalking. Pigeon House Mountain is a half-day walk with panoramic views from the summit taking in the Milton/Ulladulla area and the Pacific Ocean beyond.

Pigeon House Mountain was named by Captain Cook in 1770 as Pigeon House Hill. The Aboriginal name is Didhol, meaning Big Mountain. The climb to the summit of Pigeon House Mountain is becoming an increasingly popular activity with over 8,000 people making the effort each year.