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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2014
Ulladulla/Surrounds 44 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Ulladulla is still a busy commercial fishing port. stroll the harbour Ulladulla Harbour is a popular resting place for travellers and locals. It’s a picturesque setting with grass parklands down to the beach and calm waters edge.There are good facilities, toilets, picnic tables, shade trees, great playground area, cafes, takeaways with pleasant walks along the breakwater and beach to the sea pool. Searching out the fossils on the rocks is good family fun.There are often visiting pleasure craft or maybe a trawler unloading its catch which will be distributed to local and overseas markets. Anyone for fish and chips? Simply write your name, address, phone number on the back of an envelope and mail to: ‘When I Grow Up’ c/- South Coast Leisure Times Magazine PO Box 210, Ulladulla NSW 2539 Entries close May 31, 2014 or enter online at www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Winners will be notified. LTPM/12/00383 Harbour Bookshop Giveaway Standing on the Shoulders of Giants By Mark Rafidi WIN Cupitt’s growers markets just keep growing each month, all local produce, mostly organic. Just a few minutes drive from the spectacular Mollymook Beach is a very different world...Cupitt’s winery - set in the lush rural hinterland. Guests can enjoy delicious food in a family friendly atmosphere, take in the great views, and you can even take your well behaved dog. As well asdining in the renowned a la carte restaurant there is the casual Breezeway menu of small plates with a glass of wine. Relax for an hour or so or callinfor a quickbreak. At the cellar door you can purchase a selection of estate wines to take home and treat your good friends. At recent major wine shows Cupitt’s has won many medals, gold, silver and bronze. Bookings recommended for the restaurant to avoid disappointment. Highlights of the June long weekend Winter Wine Festival: Friday 6 - Cupitt’s Wine Makers Dinner with Special Vintage and award winning wines paired with four courses. Sunday 9 - Cupitt’s famous LongTable Lunch featuring totally local produce + trivia/ prizes. Bookings essential. All weekend: Enjoy real woodfired pizzas, wine tastings, music and relaxing on the lawn with a glass of wine and cheese platter. cupitt’s - a cultural experience Relax and soak up the atmosphere at Cupitt’s. Cnr Princes Hwy & South St Ulladulla Phone: 4455 1943 FFully licensed • Dine in or take-away Open 12noon-2pm & 5pm-9.30pm OPEN Tuesday to Sunday dine in style dine in style Chinese Ulladulla RESTAURANT AW1308505 Shop 5, Rowen’s Arcade, Ulladulla - Open 7 days p 02 4454 4044 www.goodbooks.net.au e. email@example.com www.harbourpublishing.com.au TTheValley of Amazement AW1335909 Open Wed-Sun (10am-5pm) & Fri-Sat (Dinner) Tues-Sun during school holidays Enjoy great views, food and wine. Morning tea available from 10am and lunch from 12pm. 58 Washburton Road (off Slaughterhouse Road) Milton/Ulladulla 2539 t: 4455 7888 firstname.lastname@example.org e: email@example.com Jazz in the Vines 1st Sunday & Growers Market last Saturday of every month Enquire now for Weddings, Christmas parties and Functions DropinforsomeBreezewayBitesandaglassofwine