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Events in Ulladulla and Batemans Bay

Enjoy some of the finest art, photography, poetry, music, crafts and cuisine the South Coast has to offer.

Why not venture into Ulladulla for a day? ARTfest is a celebration of the full spectrum of arts in the Milton-Ulladulla region. It is generally in the last two weeks of September: enjoy some of the finest local art, poetry, music, photography, and cuisine the South Coast has to offer.

It is just one of the many events on at Ulladulla - check out the Ulladulla Events website for the exact dates of this event as well as dates and details of other events.

Batemans Bay Events also has details of a range of cultural and sporting events.

One of those (generally early September) is the Batemans Bay Writers Festival. The Sydney Morning Herald's literary editor, Susan Wyndham had this to say about it in 2015:

“I spent last weekend at the Batemans Bay Writers Festival and I want to praise the entrepreneurial organisers. In its second year, the festival attracted a small but happy audience of South Coast locals plus some from Canberra and a few from Sydney and Melbourne.

Held on two bright days in a seaside resort with cabins for guests and a central hub for talks and book sales, it felt like Byron Bay Writers’ Festival in its early days 20 years ago – interesting, intimate and relaxed, if less bohemian. Festival Director Marion Roubos-Bennett put together a great program of talks and workshops by 20 writers including Graeme Simsion, James Bradley, Linda Jaivin, Mark Henshaw and Gabrielle Lord, as well as new and local names.

With just two sessions going at once I could see speakers I have missed at bigger festivals and discover others, and have dinner or coffee with them. Authors and audience members had a chance to talk. Roubos-Bennett and her volunteers were well-organised, generous and attentive hosts, and her husband Henk manned the green room, making excellent coffee and soup.

I urge any writer to accept an invitation, book lovers to plan a weekend there, and businesses to support a cultural event that enriches the region.”