SOUTH COAST of NSW
The South Coast of New South Wales
Check out our 360 video of the birds feeding on the deck at Broulee (use your mouse to move the screen around). Seems the Lorikeets rule the roost but nobodies messing with the meat eating Kookaburra.
The Bower has about 10 or so private cabins set in a nature reserve, a spa in every cabin, kitchen, and laundry but the highlight is the wildlife that comes right up to your door, all manner of birds, possums, sugar gliders and wallabies.
You’ll turn up and there’ll be goodies in the fridge for breakfast, birdseed to attract the birds and even a spotlight to find the nocturnal animals getting about outside your cabin. The place is spotless and you’ll be lucky if you see other guests at all.
BLESSING OF THE FLEET FESTIVAL – ULLADULLA
If you’re on the South Coast during the Easter long weekend be sure to visit Ulladulla for The Blessing of the Fleet Festival from Good Friday through to Easter Sunday.
There are fireworks a Scottish Tattoo, tug-o-war, the famous Greasy Pole, beach games, a street parade with wild floats, stalls, exhibitions and the actual blessing of the fleet on Easter Sunday, a tradition that is centuries old originating in Italy which is continued on by the descendants of Ulladulla’s Italian fishing community.