Bulli

Bulli beach is great for picnics and family fun! With the Illawarra escarpment as a backdrop, this relaxing village is full of heritage. After getting off the Seacliff Bridge via the Grand Pacific Drive – which is through the national park and then down through Austinmer and Thirroul – this coastal town open up, full of timber cottages and the Heritage Hotel, which opened in 1889. With its history beginning with coal mining, the quaint town of Bulli has plenty to explore, including the heritage museum and the railway station built in 1887.

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