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Yatte Yattah (pronounced 'Yadda Yadda') is a historically significant suburb on the South Coast of New South Wales. It is located on the Princes Highway about 4 km north of Milton and 2 km south of Conjola Lake. At the 2021 Census, the population was 189. Settled in 1827, Yatte Yattah was a pioneer town in the decades preceding the establishment of nearby Milton and Ulladulla. Selected at the time for its highly fertile soils and lucrative red cedar, the first settlers in Yatte Yattah used convicts to procure timber, build roads and dig extensive drains along Narrawallee Creek. In 1827 a local aboriginal man helped Thomas Kendall cut a track from his land grant in Yatte Yattah to a natural bay in the south. Kendall turned the bay into a boat harbour so he could ship cedar and produce from Yatte Yattah to Sydney and Illawarra. Eventually this makeshift port would become known as Ulladulla Harbour. During this boom period Yatte Yattah had a functioning school, church and post office. Today, Yatte Yattah is characterised by picturesque farming estates and private rural retreats. There are views of Pigeon House Mountain and the Budawang Ranges. There are many surfing beaches near Yatte Yattah and with incereasing popularity the highway is known to become congested during peak holiday season.

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