Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Escape - Na­tive cafe, na­tive­

My ev­ery­day rit­ual is to walk from my house to Ul­ladulla to grab a cof­fee from Na­tive. In peak sea­son the line can be long, but the cafe is si­t­u­ated right on pic­turesque Ul­ladulla Har­bour, so wait­ing is never a chore — and the cof­fee is def­i­nitely worth it.

Craft Surf, craft­

Great cof­fee here, plus a lit­tle re­tail ther­apy. This or­ganic cafe/shop stocks some great la­bels in­clud­ing Arthur Ap­parel, Duskii swimwear, Pony Rider home­wares and Agent Eigh­teen Wet­suits.

Ban­nis­ters Pavil­ion, ban­nis­

What’s not to love about this place? It’s around the cor­ner from my house, so we of­ten pop up to the roof bar for an aper­i­tif or book for dinner. And you do need to book.

Pi­geon House Moun­tain, na­tion­al­

I love this hike in Mor­ton Na­tional Park. It’s about a 35-kilo­me­tre drive from Mollymook, with quite a bit of dirt road. The five-kilo­me­tre hike is steep in some parts, but the track is well main­tained and there are plenty of spots to take a break. At the top you will have views over the Bu­dawang Range, and on a clear day you can see as far as Jervis Bay.

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