The township of Milton is known as the New South Wales "town of festivals". No matter what time of the year you stay in the South Coast town of Milton, a festival will be buzzing nearby. The Scarecrow Festival is held every June, the Settlers Fair is run every October long weekend, the Tabula Rasa Art Festival is held in July, as well as the regular Bike Show and of course the annual Agricultural Show, Milton is certainly not short on attractions
A Beautiful Three Hour Drive South Of Sydney
It's no wonder Milton draws people from all around the South Coast to visit, with a beautiful three hours drive south of Sydney and two hours west of Canberra, the coastal route that takes visitors to Milton is well worth the drive. When seeking South Coast accommodation for a relaxing getaway, Milton holiday rentals are a great option that offers you the best in home away from home accommodation at the best prices.
A Historical South Coast Town
Staying in Milton gives visitors endless opportunities to stroll through the towns gift and antique shops as well as afford you an ideal base to explore the nearby Budawang Ranges. Milton also boasts some of the South Coast's best fishing areas with saltwater, freshwater and estuary fishing popular in the area. It's also a great place to take in historic homes and buildings in this National Trust area. The picturesque 124 year old fig tree in Mick Ryan Park is a great place to enjoy a picnic. Many of the heritage buildings are now used as fine restaurants and alfresco cafe's offering wide eating options ranging from wood fire pizzas, modern Australian, Pilgrims vegetarian, Mexican and gourmet delis as well as traditional pub food.
So Much To See And Do
Visitors can visit the wineries around Milton throughout the year. There's the Fern Gully Winery, the Murramarang Vineyard at the Bawley Vale Estate, the Vineyard Kitchen in Ulladulla and Cupitt Winery. All produce fine wines to suit all tastes.
Perhaps some of the biggest attractions to the South Coast of New South Wales is its unspoiled beaches, coastal lakes and sea pools. It's here where you're able to surf, dive, swim, kayak, sail or go snorkelling. Whales are seen from the shore as they migrate north in winter and return travelling south in October and November with their new-born calves in tow. Whale and dolphin watching cruises are popular tourist ventures out of the port at Ulladulla as well as deep-sea fishing charters.
Fantastic Accommodation Options
Milton holiday rentals can offer travellers the holiday you have always dreamed about as it offers you everything you'd expect in a home away from home environment where you feel free to come and go as you please and enjoy your own space, privacy and amenities.