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Question about stay between Canberra and Sydney

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We're arriving Sydney mid-March, then proceeding directly to Canberra for approx 4-5 nights (going there by bus or train). Ending the 13 night trip with 5 nights in Sydney, which we have visited before- planning on some new adventures along with revisiting some of our favorites.

Question- we'd like to spend the remaining nights somewhere between Canberra and Sydney, which we could reach by public transportation. Read in a guidebook about Ulladulla, and the Ulladulla Guest House- is that a good destination? And can it be reached and departed from by bus or train?

Any other suggestions would be welcomed. We have also already visited Melbourne, which we enjoyed immensely. But would like to find somewhere in between Canberra and Sydney that would be worthy of a visit, and not too troublesome to travel to/from. Thanks!

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