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Historic Milton



Milton is a historic town located on the NSW South Coast approximately 2.5 hours from Sydney and Canberra. Weekend visitors and locals alike enjoy unique shopping experiences up and down the main street. Here there are plenty of quality cafes to enjoy. The town has a supermarket, post office, service stations, outdoor pool and even a regular market day at the show ground on Croobyar Road.

Milton offers visitors substantial shopping experiences for a town of this size, with antiques, vintage collections, fine-dining restaurants, homewares, fashion stores including local designers and of course, Milton Theatre.



Visitors will be treated to the rolling lush pastures of surrounding dairy and beef cattle properties on their way into town from the north, and those coming from the south will experience the beauty of Burrill Lake and Ulladulla Harbour on their way to Milton. Mollymook beach is mere minutes away from the Milton township, with some of the most stunning beaches, drawing surfers and families from all around the state and further abroad over the summer months.

Enjoy bushwalking or 4WD adventures in the Budawang Ranges, or take the kids down to Narrawallee Inlet and try stand up paddle boarding or go for a snorkel.



Milton is a historic village, with the main street being the Princes Highway. The Heritage Bakery was established in 1870, the Heritage listed Commercial Bank of Sydney, built in 1875, Blackburn’s store (The Settlement) 1898, while the historic Post Office, Courthouse, Public School building and Milton’s churches are also still standing as examples of late 1800's and early 1900's architecture.

Original settlers began establishing properties and homesteads over 150 years ago with many still there, hidden away among the green pastures on surrounding farms.

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