NSW: South Coast
"The Land of Whales, Dolphins and Cheese!"
Against the backdrop of the Great Dividing Range the South Coast is always Green
Travelling south from Ulladulla the scenery of the New South Wales South Coast and lower highlands is nothing short of spectacular. Eden at the very south of this strip of coast is the scene of one of the very first whaling industry sites in Australia. Two Fold Bay and the nearby Boydtown is a step back in time as are many other places along this stretch of Australian coastline, notably the old Cheese Factory and other age-old buildings of Central Tilba.
South Coast Highlights Links
The natural, unspoiled environment of the South Coast boasts a diversity of coastal beaches, mountain forests, alpine mountains and rural country.