New South Wales


LINKS to other pages in the New South Wales website and the Colin Day Travelling Days series:

Home Page
1 : Stanwell
2 : Milton
3 : Granite Falls and George Boyd Lookout
4 : Walter Hood Bay
5 : Shoalwater River and Yalwal Valley
6 : Bateman's Bay and Nelligen
7 : Mogood Mountain and Shallow Crossing
8 : Ulladulla
9 : Bundanon and Arthur Boyd
10 : Journey's End and Guest Book
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MILTON is a town in Shoalhaven district in the south coast area of New South Wales. It was founded in the middle of the 19th century.

The Milton-Ulladulla-Mollymook area was seen by Captain James Cook in 1770 when sailing north along the east coast of Australia and he also noted the nearby Pigeon House Mountain.

The Reverend Thomas Kendall was the first European settler in the area. As a second occupation he started cutting cedar at Narrawallee Creek near Milton.

The town is classified by the Australian National Trust. This is because of the significant number of homes and buildings remaining in the town that were built from 1870 onwards. Milton is also known to have one of the world's largest fig trees.

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'Little Forest Lodge, the headquarters of 'Bishops Adventure Tours' is located high up on thirteen peaceful acres overloooking the town of lies 'Little Forest Lodge' on the gateway to the spectacular Budawangs. There are fourteen attractive ground floor bedrooms all with en suite, tea making and television facilities. The property also features a billiards room, theatrette,viewing platform, rainforest walk, swimming pool and a large function room that is capable of seating up to 200 guests.

Views of the property and the surrounding countryside are depicted on this page.

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Accommodation area at 'Little Forest Lodge' (left)

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