Conjola Park accommodation
Conjola Park, situated on the banks of Lake Conjola on the South Coast, of NSW, is a three-hour drive south of Sydney and just 20 minutes north of Ulladulla. It's a perfect place to settle into your Conjola Park accommodation whether it be for a couple, young family, or a group of friends looking of a fun-filled and relaxing holiday.
Conjola Park Attractions
When you stay in a Conjola Park holiday rental you can all enjoy whatever pursuit you're attracted to. Whether it's fishing in one of the foremost fishing areas in the state of NSW, diving, canoeing, windsurfing, water skiing or swimming, you'll be in the right place. Some of the other Conjola Park attractions include access to:
Natural untouched surf beaches.
Bushwalking in the Bundawang and Morton National Parks as well as along the Mollymook beach that stretches 40 kilometres from Lake Conjola to Merry Beach.
The Nearby Towns Of Milton And Ulladulla
Only 15 minutes from your Conjola Park holiday rental you'll be enthralled in the historic town of Milton and it's art galleries, fine restaurants and alfresco cafes. On your visit to Milton you can also enjoy the entertainment at the Milton Theatre where you'll often find overseas and local artists performing. Milton is the place to go if your interested in antique shops, and boutique clothing shops. You must also attend the Milton Village market that's held on the first Saturday of each month. Ulladulla boasts the Funland Timezone, arts and craft, and horse riding as well as excellent eating out opportunities in their restaurants and cafes.
The Bundawangs And Beaches Around Conjola Park Will Make Your Stay Special
The South Coast of NSW is famous for its coastal lakes, sea pools and pristine beaches and your Conjola Park accommodation is in the centre of it all, as besides Lake Conjola itself you can experience water activities and fishing at nearby Tabourie and Burrill Lakes. From one of the many vantage points along the coastline you can often spot migrating whales travelling north in the winter months for their calving season in warmer waters and returning in October and November with their calves in tow, on their long swim back to the Great Southern Ocean. You can even book into a whale and dolphin watching cruise from Ulladulla for a close up experience.
Enjoy A Coastal Lookout
One of the better places to look out for migrating whales is from the northern headland at Ulladulla where you'll find four lookouts and the 'One Track For All' Aboriginal art display. This array of different art pieces tells the stories of local Indigenous history. The carvings and paintings along the two kilometre track are the work of Aboriginal artist Noel Butler.
Conjola Park Holiday Rentals Are Homely
South Coast accommodation is greatly enhanced with Conjola Park holiday rentals where you can genuinely enjoy a relaxing holiday in homely surroundings. Conjola Park accommodation will give you that true home away from home experience for your holidays that you'll won't often feel in a cramped hotel or motel accommodation.