Travel Tales: Ulladulla Breakwater #atozchallenge

Location: Ulladula, NSW, Australia



The sea remains forever in motion, roaring and crashing into the rocks. Breakwater or a sea wall as barrier, can be found in various coastal area in Australia, usually made to protect the beach or the harbour.

They also make an awesome vantage point, providing an excellent view of the magnificent waterbody

About 226 km from Sydney, Ulladulla is a southern coastal town in the state of New South Wales. I have stopped by the town a couple of times before while driving further down south. We stopped this time too, as we headed towards Narooma to spend two nights in another stunning coastal city.




Location on map:

Previous Posts:
A – Assam
B – Big Buddha
C- Cherry Blossom

D – Delhi

E – Empress Falls

F – Fitzroy Falls
G – Gosford
I – I love you
J – Jorhat
K – Kiama
L – Lincoln Rock
M – Misty Mountains
N – Nan Tien
O – Ooty
P – Parliament House
Q – Quota Park
R –  Resort

7 thoughts on “Travel Tales: Ulladulla Breakwater #atozchallenge

  1. The water is so blue! Such a beautiful shade, like it's been painted on. Interesting name of the town 🙂

  2. Ah, that expanse of blue for as far as the eye can see. I so miss being around the sea…or any water body for that matter

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