Lo­cal heroes

Ex­plore the sur­round­ing area with Kirsten’s in­sider se­crets

Inside Out (Australia) - - Out Travel Special -

Cupitt’s Win­ery “This is a cel­lar door with a great restau­rant and beau­ti­ful grounds. On Sun­day after­noons in summer they have live bands play.” 58 Wash­bur­ton Rd, Ul­ladulla. cupitt.com.au. St. Isi­dore “This is a great one-hat ru­ral restau­rant run by a hus­ban­dand-wife team, with a beau­ti­ful kitchen gar­den.” 89 Croob­yar Rd, Mil­ton. stisi­dore.com.au. Tall­wood “Go here for mod­ern Aus­tralian cui­sine – and their break­fast is ex­cel­lent.” 2/85 Tall­wood Ave, Mollymook Beach. tall­wood­eat.com.au. Milk Haus “Set in an old cheese fac­tory, this cafe serves gor­geous veg­e­tar­ian and health-minded food.” 170 Wood­stock Rd, Wood­stock. milkhaus.com.au. Na­tive “This is where you’ll find the best cofff­fee on the South Coast.” 2/84 Princes Hwy, Ul­ladulla. na­tive­cafe.com.au. Ban­nis­ters By The Sea “I love both Ban­nis­ters for difff­fer­ent rea­sons. The orig­i­nal Ban­nis­ters By The Sea has a great pool bar, which does fan­tas­tic cock­tails and great pizza. It’s kid-friendly and has a great summer af­ter­noon vibe to it. The Pav­il­ion, the newer of the two, has a great restau­rant up­stairs. The food is fan­tas­tic and I love what Mitch and his crew are do­ing. It has a slightly Mid­dle Eastern open-grill kind of vibe, and the space has a big­ger bar feel to it. It’s great to kick on and have a drink af­ter you fin­ish your din­ner!” 191 Mitchell Pde, Mollymook Beach. ban­nis­ters.com.au. Stand-up pad­dle­board­ing “You can hire stand-up pad­dle boards at Nar­rawallee In­let and also get lessons. It’s beau­ti­fully calm round there and a great op­tion for non-beach peo­ple.” Coastal walks “Down on the Ul­ladulla head­land, there are some amaz­ing coastal walks with some re­ally rare birds. It feels like you could be on a se­cluded beach trek.” Ren­nies Beach “I grew up on the ocean in Cronulla, so I’m ob­sessed with South Coast beaches and surf. Mollymook Beach is beau­ti­ful, but if you go fur­ther down to Ul­ladulla there’s an amaz­ing beach called Ren­nies. It’s like an un­touched na­tional park and the surf is bril­liant – but be care­ful be­cause it’s not pa­trolled.”

EN­JOY 1. En­joy a range of lo­cally grown and made treats at Milk Haus. 2. Per­fect for a morn­ing pit stop, Tall­wood’s cofff­fee cart uses Aus­tralian-grown beans. 3. Ban­nis­ters com­bines fine din­ing with a killer view – a must for fresh seafood.

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