See & Do
Make the most of every moment of your stay at Seaside Dolphin Point by experiencing nearby quaint coastal towns such as Burrill Lake, Mollymook, Milton and the buzzy hub that is Ulladulla.
Dolphin Point is more than just a beach town – the area is abundant with things to see and do. Dolphin Point is renowned for its spectacular coastline, beaches, shopping, river precinct as well as its array of nearby family entertainment and recreation facilities.
Enjoy beach and lake fishing – hire boats, canoes, skis and kayaks at Burrill Lake and Ulladulla.
Body or board surf at the beach, wander around beautiful Burrill Lake, picnic and barbecue in the parklands, do a coastal bushwalk then treat yourself to a massage.
Experience the incredible flora and fauna with a visit to the Wild Flower Reserve in Ulladulla, Warden Head Lighthouse for bush walks and whale watching, Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk, and Pot Holes Walking Track to watch the sunrise from Pot Holes Beach – just down the road from Seaside Dolphin Point!
Plenty of family fun can be had at Ten Pin Bowling at www.dunnlewiscentre.com.au, Paintball Skirmish at www.skirmishulladulla.com.au or 3 floors of interactive rides and games at www.funland.com.au.
The area is also rich in history and Aboriginal Heritage. Take the One Track for All to learn about the indigenous people of the region and visit Tabourie Lake Museum for fascinating information and artefacts of early Australian settlement in the Shoalhaven.
Savour a bounty of fine local produce and regional flavours by indulging in some of the region’s wonderful wineries, top class restaurants and cool cafes. Click here for our guide to food and wine around Dolphin Point.
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