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Ulladulla harbour is situated on the NSW South Coast approximately 180 km south of Sydney.

The formation of the harbour, which lies within a natural coastal embayment, began with the construction of a protective stone pier in 1865.

The stone pier is still a feature of the harbour and is maintained as a reminder of our maritime heritage.

The coastal harbour is important for both the economy of Ulladulla and the local fishing industry and is a popular centre for recreational fishing, boating and diving.

Facilities within the harbour include visitor berths, slipway and boat maintenance area, boat ramp, fuel and parking.

Fresh local seafood is also available from the kiosk.

The central shopping area of Ulladulla is only a short stroll from the harbour.


For berths, tenures and development opportunities please contact us.

Casual berths

Ulladulla Fisherman's Cooperative - T: 02 4455 1922

Roads and Maritime (Batemans Bay) - T: 02 4472 8376

Ulladulla slipway - T: 02 4455 1922

Marine Rescue NSW (Ulladulla) - T: 4455 3403



Commercial fishing - unloading & berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational & visitors berthing Yes
Slipway & boat maintenance Yes
Car park Yes
Vessel sewage pumpout No
Fuel - diesel Yes
Waste oil collection & storage Yes
Water & electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp & car park Yes
Public toilets Yes
Fresh fish outlet Yes
Retail food & beverage Yes