Tucked away on the Northern Headland at Ulladulla (via Dolphin Street) is One Track for All, with four lookouts providing spectacular views of the coast and harbour it tells the story of the southern Shoalhaven Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal history, from an Aboriginal prospective.
It is a cultural trail that will delight all, with the stories illustrated through the many relief carvings and paintings placed around the 2km track. (1-2hr walking roundtrip). This is the work of local Aboriginal Noel Butler, who sees it as a tool for linking indigenous culture with white history.
This place is really special not just for the amazing scenery, wildlife and plants and incredible carvings , but for the important and powerful message this place has for all!
This unique heritage track has been carefully constructed to provide assisted wheelchair, pram and bicycle access. There is disabled access parking at the track head. Local people have even started using it as an exercise path, demonstrating that it is “One Track For All”.
The trail has been developed with the help of the Budawang Aboriginal Landcare Group, and is becoming one of Ulladulla’s biggest tourist drawcards!
Shoalhaven Visitors Centre, 81 Princes Hwy; (02) 4444 8819