|Australia: Places / New South Wales|
moved chatty personal observations here, this needs to be copyedited and rewritten in an encyclopedic style and personal asides removed:
- The most notable surf location is off the old 9 hole golf course in Mollymook (Viewable from Golf road). The surf spot is called of course, Golf course and is an off shore solid left hand break, that ends in a small bay. The other side of the bay is called Collis, named after the private beach on the bay (Collis Beach). Collis has right hand breaks that break closer to the rocks, and are a much slimer wave. If your a beginner, you surf Mini Collis which is continuation of the collis break into the bay.
definately not collers.its collers or colliers by the way(depends on preference). its maybe potholes(off a dirt track just south of Dolphin Point), guillotines(just north of Bawley Point) or lobster jacks(just south of ulladulla harbour). it depends on what type of wave you like and your experience. definately not collers. i live in ulladulla and i know. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 09:24, 13 March 2009 (UTC)
- Diving is good just about everywhere. Beginner dives can be done on most rock hop sights with the Bannister Head site being the most popular as it has a very pretty and well fish stocked Bommy about 80 meters off shore. The water is always divable in all but cyclone conditions. Boat dives can be done from the towns single dive shop, at several locations and even includes a few wrecks that sit about 80ft of water. The visability is usually about 30ft, varying usually out to about 50. Occasionally the 'ocean blue' currents come in and the visability goes out to 100ft.
- There are two golf courses in the area, both in Mollymook. The original is off golf road, and is an easy 9 hole. The other is accessed off Ocean Street, and is an 18 hole course, with a much harder PAR. Both courses are spectacular in their situations surrounded by nature.
- If you visit the towns tourist centre you can track down some of the old coastal railways that are rusted remains now. Pidgeon House mountain is about 40 mins drive from Ulladulla and presents about a 4 hour walk up and back, with views that are breath taking. The entire track has been imacularly paved by the local forestry, and even your granny could get up there. Make sure you sign the visitors book, and take some water and food with you. If your brave and have a guide, or a good map and compass, you can visit the Castle. Thats a 12 hour return walk, so you need to be in that carpark by sunrise, as you get back and sun down. Take some smart clothes as weather can change quickly. There are some spectacular views in that particular range, all accessable by dirt roads and preferably a 4wd. The views rival that from the Lord of the Rings movie. I know, I grew up there :-)
look i live in ulladulla and the mean temperatures are soooooo wrong. i went onto Bureau of Meteorology and looked it up. i edited it but someone keeps changing it back.LOOK AT THESE WEBSITES!IT WILL TELL YOU! http://www.bom.gov.au/cgi-bin/climate/cgi_bin_scripts/annual-monthly-minmax-temperature.cgi http://www.bom.gov.au/cgi-bin/climate/cgi_bin_scripts/annual-monthly-minmax-temperature.cgi i have lived here all my life and it has NEVER gone into the minus range! please fix it up!!! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 09:07, 13 March 2009 (UTC)