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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 15-2016
Milton/Ulladulla Just a 10 minute drive from Mollymook Beach, tucked behind Milton visitors will find Cupitt’s boutique winery, microbrewery and restaurant. The ingredients to the successful dining experience and the award winning menu is the focus of head chef Russell Chinn on French provincial dining as well as owners Rosie and Griff Cupitt’s belief in the philosophies of the Slow Food movement. Their commitment to using fresh, local, seasonal produce and the unmistakeable warm family hospitality make Cupitt’s a sensational food and wine destination. While the beaches of the Milton Ulladulla area are beautiful, they can present dangers and swimmers are advised to keep an eye out for rip currents. Rip currents are the number one hazard on Australian beaches, responsible for at least 21 drownings on average per year as well as many rescues. Rip currents often lead to drowning when swimmers attempt to fight the current trying to swim directly back to the shoreline and become exhausted and begin to panic. Rip currents can also be deadly for non-swimmers as a person standing in waist deep water can be dragged into the deeper waters of the rip current, where they can drown if they are unable to swim and are not wearing or holding a floatation device. If you get caught in a rip current, there are two approaches you can take or a combination of both; relax or escape the rip by swimming parallel to the beach. Relax, float and attract attention. If you are on a patrolled beach or there are surfers nearby, you can float with the current and wait for assistance. Sometimes rip currents can also flow in a circular pattern which will return you back to the sandbank where you can stand up. If you are swimming in the surf with a bodyboard or surfboard and you think you are caught in a rip current, never throw your board away. Just stay on your board and wave your arm above your head for a lifeguard or surfer to come and help you out. Escape the rip current by swimming parallel to the beach towards breaking waves. How do you spot a rip current? Key signs to look out for are: • Deeper, darker water • Fewer breaking waves • Sometimes sandy coloured water extending beyond the surf zone • Debris or seaweed • Sometimes it’s easier to look for where the waves are breaking consistently and then look to each side where they don’t break consistently – that is the rip current. Fine time with wine Stay safe in the water Enjoy the decked area at Cupitt’s Winery. Rennies Beach Ulladulla is a great place to swim, but it’s important to be safe. SPECTACULAR V IEWS A MUST DO EXPERIENCE Just relax, take in the views & enjoy the food. An easy 15 minute sealed road drive from Milton Village Light meals and refreshments for lunch, morning or afternoon teas and Devonshire teas. Kids menu and milk shakes. See ‘The Hay Shed’, new function room caters for 150 guests in style for weddings and functions. Located in a picturesque rural setting with plenty of space. Try our new pitch and putt 9 hole course, Great family fun 24 Clyde Ridge Rd (cnr of Woodburn Rd) OpenThurs to Sun 9am - 3pm Extended hours during peak holidays p. 4457 3097 m: 0412 084 224 Groups & buses must book www.pigeonhousetearooms.com.au FB - pigeon house tea rooms and pitch & putt PIGEON HOUSE TEA ROOMS, CAFE AND FUNCTION CENTRE Follow us on Facebook AW1684659 MOROCCAN RUGS & HOMEWARES 60 Princes Highway, Ulladulla North Phone 4455 3450 Various clumping species available suitable for coastal conditions Open 9.30-4pm Friday and Sunday 9.30-1pm Closed Tuesday • www.weaveorknot.com.au AW1791364 www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 45