Funland Family entertainment centre is a leader in the interactive games industry.
Funland offers children of all ages the chance to experience real life thrills on the latest and most high tech video games, interactive simulators like skiing, bowling and other action- rides.
Besides great fun, Funland makes it easy by using the latest in card technology. The Funland Powercard eliminates the fumbling for coins and can be recharged for hours of non-stop games.
Also all points won at the various redemption games are stored onto your Powercard making it super easy to check your points won and to redeem fabulous prizes from cuddly teddy bears to the latest in mobile phones and branded home entertainment systems.
Something's Brewing, 'Purveyors of Fine Tea and Coffee', is located in Ulladulla's oldest house, an original workers cottage with turpentine stumps, blackbutt slab walls and iron roof, built in 1850. There is a range of quality products on offer such as: loose leaf teas; coffee beans; hot chocolate; as well as local produce such as jams, honey and more.
What started as an exclusively wholesale and online fashion venture has now spread its wings to include a flagship Miss Moss store in the delightful South Coast town of Milton, New South Wales. At Miss Moss they design and manufacture contemporary jewellery, fashion accessories and garments with a commitment to natural fibres and fair trade. In addition to their own items, they increasingly represent the work of others who share this vision and they continue to wholesale and sell online, of course. A recent move to a heritage building - right next to the pedestrian crossing, in the heart of town - has been a positive step for this special South Coast based business which ships its products around the world.
The Milton Theatre is an intimate 200 seat historic theatre which has been fully refurbished with latest sound and lighting equipment; it has great ambience and excellent acoustics, suitable for live performances, plays, opera and dance. Situated 260 kilometres south of Sydney in the Milton-Ulladulla area. Originally the Milton School of Arts built in 1927; the Milton Theatre has a long history as a major feature of the Milton community landscape. It was a picture theatre from 1929 with dancing and other community events and activities. From 1976 until 1993 the theatre was used solely as a movie theatre until it was closed for extensive renovations. These were carried out in 1997 and the theatre has been managed by a community based management committee under the Shoalhaven City Council. The building is now used for live theatre, a recording studio and for community performances.
Millhouse Art Gallery is set in the beautiful town of Milton and displays works by local artists whose range of expertise covers the traditional to contemporary. Local artists use watercolour, oil, acrylic and pastels. Leadlight glass is also available for sale. Four exhibitions are held each year at the gallery - spring, summer, autumn and winter. They also conduct two major exhibitions each year during the Christmas and Easter holiday periods at the Ulladulla Civic Centre. Milhouse Art Society is a community based group of professional and amateur artists with a love of art and fellowship.
Millhouse Courtyard Gallery (opp. Milton P.O.) opens weekends and school holidays from 10am-4pm with free admission. 4 exhibitions a year showcasing the artwork of Millhouse artists. A variety of work from traditional to contemporary at very reasonable prices. Something for everyone!
Also visit Ulladulla Civic Centre (opposite the harbour) for Millhouse Annual Xmas Exhibition which opens daily from 9.30am-4.30pm from 28th December 2014 to 11th January 2015. An exciting collection of artwork by the Millhouse artists.
At Easter watch out for another big exhibition in the Ulladulla Civic Centre. Dates yet to be determined.
Join Charlotte, the mistress of the Star Hotel of the 1860s - 1870s on a lantern-lit walking tour to experience historic Milton, as she tells you about the ghosts and eerie tales of historic Milton. Charlotte will meet you at the Milton Cultural Centre, Princes Highway opposite the Post Office. She will answer your many questions - was arson the cause of the 1879 Star Hotel fire? Where do the ghosts live at Milton? And many more... Bookings are essential.
Mollymook is a magnificent seaside escape, ideal for holidays and weekend getaways. The district is a comfortable three hours drive south of Sydney and just over two hours from Canberra. Boasting two magnificent golf courses, visitors and non members are welcome all year. The Club House: The Mollymook Beach Club House is a big hit with locals and visitors alike, with stunning contemporary interiors and breathtaking views. The Saltwater Grill and Cafe offers casual friendly and affordable dining. Hilltop Golf Course: The Championship Hilltop course is 18 holes of bushland beauty, situated so that you can hear the waves rolling in on Mollymook Beach. Affectionately known as "The Ultimate Challenge", it is rated the number 97 golf course in Australia. Beachside Golf Course: Beachside is a nine-hole Par 33 course. The course sits atop the southern tip of beautiful Mollymook Beach and ambles around the stunning Collers Beach inlet.
Stroll down memory lane to Milton's longest established antique and old wares shop, Turnbull Bros Antiques. Turnbull Bros Antiques is a retailer of antiques, old wares, collectables, farm machinery and implements, restored and unrestored furniture, a fine range of collectables, crystal, glass and porcelain pieces, collectables, old tools and many more items. The shop is housed in the historic Cordial Factory located in the heart of the historic village of Milton. Turnbull Bros Antiques is more than a shopping experience - it is an important piece of living history.
One Track for All has four lookouts providing spectacular views of the coast and harbour. It tells the story of the southern Shoalhaven Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal history, from an Aboriginal prospective. The Aboriginal walking track has been constructed in a way that from a higher vantage point or from the air the two halves appear as two large goannas, with four carved platforms for some of the best views of the Ulladulla Harbour. It is a cultural trail that will delight all, with the stories illustrated with carvings and paintings by local Aboriginal Elder Noel Butler, linking indigenous culture with white man history. This unique heritage track has been carefully constructed to provide assisted wheelchair, pram and bicycle access. There is disabled access parking at the track head and there is space for buses to drop off passengers and park nearby.
The Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail travels through low windswept heath, capturing a living sculpture by the moods and breezes of the Pacific Ocean. The sculpture of Corroboree Man, Bulan Yuin welcomes all to the trail. Throughout the trail, many Garawanda Daran (Dreaming Poles) have been positioned. The Dreaming Poles depict the many species of flora and fauna found in this area and each pole has the Aboriginal name of the flora or fauna displayed. The trail eventually makes its way to the beach, winding through the last contours in the way of the Rainbow Serpent, the creator in Aboriginal Dreamtime stories.
Surfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, speed boat and inflatable rides, stand up paddle boarding, kayak hire and tours, the boogie slide - come and try it all at Walking on Water. Call Walking On Water and Ulladulla Surf Schools for non-stop water sports fun in the Shoalhaven. Fully accredited and insured with all equipment provided. Check out the website or phone for full information.
The Hot Glass Gallery and Studio is located in Burrill Lake just south of Ulladulla. Watch fascinating demonstrations in the ancient art of hot glass work, glass blowing and sculptural exhibitions. The gallery also has a retail shop which displays works for sale. They have an extensive range of glass art, sculptural and functional wares, for your purchase. You can even meet the creative maker of the works.
At Breakers Cafe and Restaurant enjoy a relaxed dining experience by the beach at Mollymook on the New South Wales South Coast. Breakers Cafe and Restaurant is situated at the front of an apartment complex, serving a selection of modern Australian cuisine with a suitably seaside influence and boasting wonderful ambience. Breakers is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. So come along and bring the family.
The Harbourside Restaurant offers the unique combination of sensational views and award winning food and service. The floor to ceiling windows provide a picturesque vista over Ulladulla Harbour. Offering modern Australian cuisine, the menu features a range of tantalising dishes, specialising in fresh local seafood and produce. It is accompanied by a wine list which feature some extraordinary local wines. The Harbourside staff are knowledgeable of local attractions and activities and are always happy to assist guests.
For core surf, skate, bodyboard and fashion. Like all Australian surf shops, Southern Man began in a small store, in a small Australian coast surf town where the gear was delivered out the back of national sales reps cars. In their surf shop they stock all the well known premium surf brands such as Billabong, Quiksilver, Rip Curl, Volcom, Rusty, Nixon, Von Zipper, Element and Tigerlily together with many other brands that are more unique and harder to find online. They pride themselves on having the strong range in store and great customer service with over 40 years of experience. Their guys gear includes tees, boardshorts, walkshorts, singlets, jeans, jackets, hats, caps, beanies, watches, sunglasses, backpacks, footwear, belts and much more. Their girls range includes swimwear, bikinis, tees, singlets, dresses, boardshorts, jeans, skirts, handbags, thongs and shoes together with all the key necessities.
Come along and have a game of tenpin bowling and great family fun at the Dunn Lewis Centre. There is a 12 lane tenpin bowling alley, pro shop, a tastefully appointed spacious lounge area and outdoor seating. The classic feature of the centre is the stunning mirrored wall of water that welcomes you at the entrance of this remarkable building. The centre includes a well equipped conference room, hospitality and amenities area. There is also displays and a Visitors Information Centre in the complex.
Welcome to Beach Art and Framing. While they cast a broad net, the lens of their photographers are focused primarily between Jervis Bay and Batemans Bay. At Beach Art Gallery you will only see original images shot by Beach Art's own photographers. From these images the photo artist will generate original works of art. Once sold, that image will be reworked, producing a slightly different version.
View one of the most spectacular natural landmarks in New South Wales while enjoying a meal at the Pigeon House Tea Rooms. The tea rooms offer 'good old-fashioned food' including hearty breakfasts and lunches and wood-fired pizzas. The tea rooms have been set up to cater for weddings, complete with water feature and marquee seating for 200 people.
Nulladolla Pottery Group is a shop and gallery featuring an eclectic mix of products made by a local group of passionate potters. You will find a mix of hand built or wheel thrown items ranging from functional teapots, mugs, cups and bowls through to beautiful decorative items all at very reasonable prices. The courtyard studio is in the heart of historic Milton opposite the post office on the Princes Highway. The Pottery Group meet at the Milton Cultural Club on the second Friday of each month at 10am.