Located on Ulladulla's North Head, Oceandeck House is central to the popular attractions of Ulladulla and Mollymook, including:
North Head's One Track for All (2 minutes)
Collers Beach (4 minutes)
Ulladulla Harbour (8 minutes)
The Bogey Hole (10 minutes)
Mollymook Beach Surf Club (15 minutes)
Mollymook Beachside Golf Course (15 minutes)
The local beaches are pristine and breathtaking. The golden sands of gorgeous Mollymook Beach stretch for 2km, with both south and north ends patrolled during the warmer seasons. Here, you will often see pods of dolphins playing in the crystal clear waters. Popular with the locals, the 'Bogey Hole' is a natural tidal rock pool, perfect for a peaceful dip. The reef breaks at Collers Beach are popular with surfers. Narrawallee's beautiful beach is bound by a bushland reserve and the calm waters of Narrawallee Inlet are ideal for stand up paddling.
A commercial fishing harbour since the 1800's and famous for its annual Blessing of the Fleet festival, Ulladulla Harbour is located in the centre of Ulladulla. The harbour's wharf is a popular place to watch the fisherman come in with their catch. A perfect place to relax with a picnic, the harbour also has great cafes overlooking the picturesque waterway.
Wonderful food, wine and shopping experiences await on your visit to the coastal town of Ulladulla. The area offers a thriving food and wine scene with quality cafes, restaurants and wineries. A variety of shopping options are available with local markets, stylish clothing and homeware stores, and art and craft galleries and studios in the Milton village.
There is a choice of two scenic golf courses in Mollymook. The Beachside Golf Course, on the southern tip of beautiful Mollymook Beach, is ideal for social golf. For golfing enthusiasts, there is the 18 hole Championship Hilltop Course.
Ulladulla is a great base to discover the spectacular wilderness of the Budawangs and Morton National Park. One of the best bush walks on the South Coast is the Pigeon House Mountain Didthul walking track. The half day adventure is steep and challenging in parts but the captivating views from the summit make it worthwhile. Less challenging walks to explore include the walk at Warden Head near the lighthouse and the Narrawallee Inlet walking track. Only a few hundred metres from Oceandeck House, is the One Track for All cultural trail, providing spectacular views of the coast and harbour.
"Had a very relaxing weekend. Close to restaurants (out the front door, turn right) and beautiful swimming beaches and walks (out the front door, turn left). All within five minutes of the house. Love the kitchen!"