Milton in the Shoalhaven is a historic village perfect for a weekend getaway or a longer stay. Enjoy unique shopping, hatted restaurants and stunning country scenes.

Milton in the southern Shoalhaven is a trendy, historic village. Renowned cafes and restaurants mix with quirky arts and designer boutique stores to give a uniquely Milton experience - which has visitors coming back year after year. Milton offers a great range of quality accommodation which is ideal for a quick getaway with friends or a longer stay with the family, exploring all the region has to offer. The town was established in 1860 and much of its character is derived from the many historic buildings here, so much so that the entire town has now been classified by the National Trust as an historic village. The monthly village art and craft markets reflect the many skilled artists and designers living in the area and are a great way to spend the day after a tasty cafe breakfast. 

Venture out to Woodstock in the hinterland, just a short drive from Milton and positioned on the western edge of Burrill Lake. Milk Haus, a wholefoods cafe resides in the old cheese factory here and has a solid reputation built on using sustainable practices in delivering delicious and wholesome food. For those looking for some action, Skirmish Ulladulla is a little further down the road in Woodstock. Grab a bunch of mates and have a ball shooting each other in one of the six skirmish playing fields available. If you continue through Woodstock you will see the turn off to Pigeon House Mountain, one of our most iconic day walks. Hotels, motels and self-contained options are available in Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla.

Historic Bakery
Milton was established as a private town in 1859 by John Booth. He bought the 80 acre Myrtle Farm from Joseph Whatman and subdivided it
Millhouse Courtyard Gallery
There are four changing exhibitions annually at Millhouse Courtyard Gallery. From March to end of May 2019 you will find the Autumn Exhibition . It
Milton Theatre
Milton Theatre is an historic 212 seat venue in the heart of Milton run by a volunteer committee. This intimate venue presents a variety of
Shoalhaven Tourism

A co-operative of four local artisans who can restore furniture or create one off original art and glass works to make your house a home.

Shoalhaven Tourism

There is something so special about working with wood. The textures, the smells, the colours and shapes bring nature into our homes and special spaces.