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South Coast Leisure Times : Autum 2016
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 45 One of the best ways to explore the area is on foot. The Ulladulla district offers a wide selection of fantastic waterways, trails and bush areas to explore and enjoy for the amateur and more experienced hikers. One Track For All, Northern Headland, Ulladulla The One Track For All contains two loops, each approximately one kilometre in length and features carvings telling the history of Aboriginals in the area. The track head is at the end of Dolphin Street on the northern side of the harbour and east of the Princes Highway. Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail, Deering Street, Ulladulla The Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail is a fascinating outing for all the family with painted dream posts and carvings. South Pacific Heathland Reserve, Dowling Street, Ulladulla This is one of the most scenic and accessible flora and fauna reserves in Ulladulla. The track star ts on the right hand side of Dowling Street, 300 metres from the highway. The easy two-kilometre walk is on a gently undulating track. Ulladulla Harbour and Sea Pool, Wason Street, Ulladulla A leisurely stroll around the harbour reveals the Fishing Fleet and Fishermans Wharf. The walkway around the seapool to the south is safe and easy and to the north around the headland is an established pathway which reveals pretty coastal views. Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve, Warden Street, Ulladulla More than 100 varieties of plants and trees, including blackbutt, messmate, bloodwood, turpentine, waratahs, Christmas bush, grasses, ferns, creepers, shrubs, ground and tree orchids can be seen. Narrawallee Headland and Inlet, end of Matron Porter Drive, Narrawallee Ramble around the headland. From the picnic area, a track runs along the foreshore of the inlet to the entrance. Here you can fish or study and explore between the tidemarks, the many animals adapted to life on the rocks. Little Forest Plateau For those who are more serious hikers, Little Forest Plateau is part of Morton National Park to the west of Milton. It offers a variety of easy to medium, well signposted walks with arguably the best views anywhere in Australia. Murramarang National Park Murramarang National Park also has a number of diverse features to be discovered while many are on established walking trails. Pigeon House Mountain The more intrepid adventurer may take on the challenge of Pigeon House Mountain or perhaps the Castle summit walk, rated one of the toughest day walks in Australia. Walking reveals nature’s wonders Buy local at Gaia Bushwalking is a good way to appreciate the Ulladulla area. Ulladulla There’s something special about the Civic Centre lawns on a Thursday afternoon. At 3pm they are transformed into a hub for friendly and passionate local producers. Walk around in the sunshine and enjoy the live music playing in the background. Talk to the stallholders, the people who have actually grown the produce they are selling. Ditch the frenzied trek up and down fluorescently lit aisles in favour of a stroll around the Gaia Farmers Market. Let the kids loose on the pile of rugs, where there’s typically crafts and activities to occupy them. This will give you plenty of time to meet your neighbors: the gardeners, the growers, the rearers, the foragers, the bakers and the milkers. In a quick loop around the market, chat about edible plants, snag freshly baked sourdough, pick up milk, yoghurt, cheese and strawberry ice cream, find seaweed, sustainably raised beef or mushrooms. When it comes to nutritious local vegetables, you’re spoilt for choice, the markets are regularly bursting with seasonal vegetables each week. Smaller growers fill the community table with produce from their own gardens. It’s so easy to get your hands on produce to star in your weekly meals. Then there’s always something delicious to be had on the day, like ice cream, pies, coffee or baked goods. Local restaurants and cafes will often grab a spot and whip out delicious meals and treats for you to take home. There is also a great selection of jams, relishes, oils and dressings. Don’t forget to stop and admire the foraged flowers. The market is held Thursday afternoon from 3-6pm at the Civic Centre lawns, inside if it’s raining. The Gaia market at the Civic Centre is on Thursday afternoons. CAMPINGw KAYAKSw BBQs SWAGSw HIKE & TRAVEL BACKPACKSw BOOTS SPECIALIST DEALER Award Winning TENTS NEWMODELSINSTORENOW ULLADULLA Ph: 4455 2526 ULLADULLA Ph: 4455 2526 Centre Court Complex, Cnr Deering & St Vincent Sts. Centre Court Complex, Cnr Deering & St Vincent Sts. Great Outdoors Great Outdoors www.outdoorzone.com.au www.outdoorzone.com.au AW1879295 locally grown produce eggs - vegetables - honey - meat - milk - cheese - food stalls - entertainment - kids activities gaia AW1889382 FARMERS ULLADULLA CIVIC CENTRE EVERY THURSDAY FROM 3pm rain, hail or shine Inside when raining