Bulli Beach Tourist Park is perfectly located to provide a gateway to the magnificent natural environment of the Grand Pacific Drive, and its picturesque villages, surf breaks and mountain top lookouts.
Invigorate yourself with a quick dip before breakfast at the on-site Rubys Caf, or why not have it delivered right to your door? During the day, choose from a variety of recreational activities. At dusk, theres nothing more peaceful than taking a quiet stroll along great stretches of soft, golden sand.
This idyllic beachfront location offers a range of accommodation options to suit any budget including self-contained 1, 2 or 3 bedroom cabins many equipped with washing machine and dryer, air conditioning, spa, private BBQ and undercover verandahs overlooking Bulli Beach. Or set up your own caravan or tent on the park grounds, complete with clean amenities, camp kitchen, recreation/function room, laundry facilities, childrens playground and sheltered BBQ areas. Accessible on-site accommodation and amenities are also available.
Southview is a boutique holiday accommodation which offers two fully self contained suites, the Seaview suite and Garden suite. We also offer our StopOver room (standard king), a room only with ensuite. The StopOver room has no cooking or eating facilities. All rooms are private within our family home, we are nestled between Sandon Point Beach and Bulli Beach. Rated 4 stars by Star Ratings Australia, Southview is a perfect place for you to unwind and relax. Your holiday destination offers a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere with ocean and mountain views. It's just a 2 minute walk to Sandon Point beach and a close walk along the beach to Bulli beach. Catch the beautiful sunrise over the ocean or perhaps a surf at Sandon Point beach which is listed as one of Australia's top surfing breaks. Enjoy a coastal walk or perhaps a bike ride along the beach track which goes to Wollongong and beyond. Bulli Beach café and Rubys café by the beach and Bulli beach pool are close by. Explore national park or local bushland, or simply chill out by our heated spa plunge pool. Bulli is approximately an hour's drive south of Sydney airport and is 15 minutes north of the Wollongong CBD. Originally established as a coal mining town in the 1850s, Bulli is also known as the "Black Diamond District". It is a historic part of the Northern Illawarra that enjoys pristine sunshine. We have 2 fully self contained suites and a hotel style room only with ensuite. All suites and room are fully private, sound proofed and have their own private entrance.
Bulli Black Diamond Museum Heritage Centre is located at the 1887 State Heritage listed Bulli Railway Station. South Bulli Mine's Number 2 steam locomotive (circa 1888) is on display - used until the early 1960s.
The museum's focus is preserving the 1887 Railway Station buildings, which house a display of local railway and coal-mining heritage, including the old Coal Jetty.
Colonists discovered coal, 'Black Diamond', locally in 1797. 76 years later, in 1863, mining commenced at Old Bulli, site of Australia's second worst disaster in 1887, where 81 perished.
The museum houses a collection of maps and objects relating to local mines and mining life - including heritage photos of Bulli, its old coaching inns (The Denmark), nearby villages (Thirroul, Austinmer et cetera including Sherbrooke).
The Blinkco Family Room shows social history, with contents from the Blinkco's Woonona home. School children enjoy comparing life in the 1930s to theirs today.
Australian Surf Tours (AST) provides uniquely Australian learn to surf adventures on the south coast of Sydney. More than just your average 'surf camp' they take great pride in showing guests a little piece of paradise that not many tourists would otherwise see.
Australian Surf Tours engages guests with informative, fun and safe learn to surf programs to suit every level of surfer with the goal of indulging them with delicious food, beautiful scenery and a wildlife experiences to remember. On a weekend surf camp with AST you will hand feed giant stingrays, surf with dolphins, feed lorikeets, pat wild kangaroos, swim in natural crystal clear rock pools, tell stories around a camp fire at night and make some amazing new friends.
For those who are looking to immerse themselves in the Aussie surf lifestyle, AST offers a brand new Surf College in the small south coast town of Thirroul offering seven and 14 day Surf Camps as well as four, eight, and 12 week Surf Development Courses for those wanting to get technical in their surfing and for those wanting to work in the surfing industry....
Sandon Point Beach is extremely popular for surfing and many surfing tournaments have been held at this beach.
There is plenty of parking and open reserve for picnics and gatherings. Sandon Point Beach is located at Bulli, 11 kilometres north of the Wollongong central business district.
This pristine location is ideal for families, with a large reserve for picnicking located right on the beach. Surrounded by bushland, this proves popular for barbecues, and for Sydneysiders on day trips.
Sandon Point Beach is a Dog Friendly beach during certain times of day. Time sharing zone allows access on the beach on leash in summer before 9am and after 6pm and in winter before 9am and after 4pm. ...
A fabulous Holiday House in a great location close to one of the most popular surf beaches!
Five minutes walk to Bulli patrolled beach. Bicycle paths, lifesaving clubs, beach kiosks, children's play park, picnic grounds, ample parking near the beach.
This beach house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, that accommodates eight persons.
With leather lounge, free WIFI, and large open plan living spaces, the lounge and kitchen area opens up with a six panel sliding door to a great entertaining deck. Beautifully set out and decorated.
With everything you need to make your time away comfortable.
Fresh professional cleaned Linen and towels are included.
Car parking in front of the house ( four cars ).
Close to Bulli train station for easy access to Sydney or other popular tourist attractions....
The Illawarra Folk Festival originated at Jamberoo in 1985, and has grown to be one of the largest festivals in Australia run entirely by volunteers.
Now nestled in the northern Illawarra escarpment at Bulli, the festival presents approximately 170 performers over four days. Performers, volunteers and audiences alike continue to return to the festival to experience and participate in the diversity of music and performances, and enjoy the intimate, vibrant, community atmosphere the festival has become renowned for.
As well as performances by some of the best national and international traditional acts, the program features a two day intensive folk school, workshops, sessions, dancing, the Youth Folk Traditions awards, instrument makers, spoken word events, the famous Mediterranean Lunch and Tripe Dinner, and beautiful international cuisine and craft stalls....
Discover the delights of touring in the past! This exhibition offers a delightful collection of photos of touring by coach, sulky, horse, and old style motor cars, on Bulli Mountain, as people visited the lookouts, travelled along the Bulli Pass, and visited the beaches.
View a charming collection of old cameras and projectors, and there is also a quirky collection of railway touring memorabilia and ephemera....