There is over 40Kms of coastline to explore from Narrawallee Inlet to Merry Beach <The Southern Shoalhaven Coast Walk> .There is a wide choice of bushwalks of varying degrees of difficulty. Ulladulla Visitor Centre has detailed information and maps Phone: 4455 1269

Pigeon House Mountain:

2.5 kms, 4 hours, medium - difficult

This walk can be challenging as it is quite steep in places, so you will need to be reasonably fit. At the top there are steel ladders to be negotiated. On a clear day the 360 degree views are magnificent and make the walk a most rewarding experience.

Directions: After passing south through the main shops on the Princes Hwy at Milton, turn right into Croobyar Road at the traffic light and reset your trip meter. Continue on as Croobyar Rd becomes Woodstock Rd and then Woodburn Rd. At the 16.0km mark, turn right (signposted to Pigeon House Mountain and Yadboro) on to Clyde Ridge Rd. From here to the Pigeon House car park the roads are unsealed. At 23.9km, turn right (again signposted to Pigeon House Mountain and Yadboro) on to Yadboro Forest Road. At 28.4km turn right off the Yadboro Forest Road to Pigeon House Mountain. The car park is reached at 29.6km.

Mount Bushwalker

7km return, 3 hours, medium

This walk is less challenging being mostly level. The reward is glorious views over the Budawang wilderness.

Directions:Turn left onto Porters Creek Rd, heading north from Milton, Continue onto Pointer Gap Rd. Turn right to stay on Pointer Gap Rd and continue on for 3.9km until you reach the carpark at the beginning of the Mount Bushwalker track.

Granite Falls:

1.5km return, 40min, Easy

An easy 1.5 km return walk but with steps at the end, where there is a lookout over an unusual granite rock face. There are interpretive signs along the walk and boronia flowers abound in spring.

Directions:Turn into Twelve Mile Road about 4km north of Red Head Road, and travel along this gravel road until you see the sign to Granite Falls. A further 2km along Twelve Mile Road is George Boyd Lookout and picnic area. There is a short but more difficult walk from the picnic area that descends into rainforest.

”One Track for All”

is tucked away on the Northern Headland at Ulladulla (via Dolphin St). A fire a few years ago has damaged some of the relief carvings and paintings that tell the story of the Shoalhaven Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal history from an Aboriginal perspective, but it still worth doing for spectacular views of the coast and harbour provided by 4 lookouts on the route.