Ulladulla is a coastal town half way between Batemans Bay to the south and Nowra to the north. Ulladulla is surrounded by the adjoining towns of Milton and Burrill Lake as well as Mollymook and Narrawallee.
The population of Ulladulla is 6,070 and is comprised of approximately 52.7% females and 47.3% males. Ulladulla has a population of 198 (3.3%) indigenous people. The median/average age of the people in Ulladulla is 48 years of age. Ulladulla is located in the South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (SENSWPHN).
This fact sheet provides an overview of the community profile for the SENSWPHN.
Ulladulla is on the Princes Highway about 230 kilometres south of Sydney (just over 3 hours’ drive) and around 198km from Canberra (about a 2.5 hour drive).
Regional Express (Rex airlines) offers daily Sydney services from Moruya Airport (one hour from Ulladulla).
Regular City Rail train services are available departing Sydney from Central Station and heading south to Bomaderry where the South Coast line ends.
The Premier Transport Group run coaches from Ulladulla to the Bomaderry railway station.
The main industries in Ulladulla work are:
- Retail trade
- Accommodation and food services
- Health care and social assistance
- Education and training
Milton Ulladulla Hospital is rural acute facility that provides services including emergency, general medical and minor surgical services, low risk obstetrics, ambulatory care and oncology outpatients services for the southern Shoalhaven.
Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital is the closest large hospital (only 50 minutes’ drive from Ulladulla) and is a busy acute care facility which provides which provides emergency care, medical, surgical and orthopaedic services to around 22,000 patients each year.
The Hospital has an Intensive Care Unit that incorporates High Dependency and Coronary Care beds. As well as these clinical services, the hospital has a busy Obstetric Unit and Children’s Ward.
Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital is affiliated with the University of Wollongong and the University of NSW. This hospital is fully accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACS).
Ulladulla is supported by an ambulance service.
There are four medical practices in the Ulladulla region
No accommodation available.
There are eight pre-schools, day care and child care centres in the Ulladulla region:
Ulladulla has a number of supermarkets including Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, and SUPA IGA.
Some of the larger retails stores available are Target, Betta Home Living, and Bunnings. Rowen’s Arcade has a number of speciality stores as well.
There are a number of places of worship in Batemans Bay including Catholic, Anglican, Jehovah’s Witness, Baptist and Uniting churches.
The nearest Buddhist Temples and Muslim Mosques are located in Canberra (2.5 hours from Ulladulla).
Milton Ulladulla Football Club
Milton Ulladulla Rugby League Club
Milton Ulladulla District Tennis Association
Ulladulla United Cricket Club
Milton Ulladulla Basketball Association
Ulladulla and Districts Netball Association
Mollymook Golf Club
Ulladulla Leisure Centre (pool)
Points of Interest
As you enter the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area you are arriving in one of the most wonderful, active, picturesque and inviting places on the whole of the NSW coastline.
Make sure you do not miss dining at celebrity chef, Rick Stein’s, ‘Bannisters’ in Mollymook where it’s all about the best local seafood.
Also at Bannisters is the Pinnacle Day Spa, a space for you to retreat and recharge. With a sea view cliff top location and fun and friendly atmosphere, the aim is to soothe life’s everyday stresses.
Ulladulla makes a great base for exploring local natural attractions such as Morton National Park, Lake Conjola to the north and Lake Burrill to the south.
Nearby Meroo National Park has a beautiful coastline with access 5km from Ulladulla.