The beautiful coastal area of Milton-Ulladulla-Mollymook, is a popular holiday destination, known for its fishing fleet and agricultural production.
Often referred to as Milton-Ulladulla, the area that includes Ulladulla, Milton, Mollymook, Narrawallee and Burill Lake forms a closely connected series of towns.
The coastal towns are half way between Nowra in the north (60 km or 55 min drive) and Batemans Bay to the south (54 km or 45 min drive). Ulladulla is 230 km south of Sydney (3 hr drive) and 200 km from Canberra (2.5 hr drive).
Regional Express (REX) offers daily Sydney services from Moruya Airport (60 min drive 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 population of the Milton-Ulladulla-Mollymook area is more than 15,000 people, the median age is 53 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up more than 3% of the population.
Milton Ulladulla Hospital is a 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 (50 min drive from Ulladulla) and is a busy acute care facility which provides which provides emergency care, medical, surgical and orthopaedic services. 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.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station at Ulladulla.