It seems investment in local road improvements is needed if a recent Milton Ulladulla Times Facebook post is anything to go on.
The Times, late last week, posted an infrastructure-related story on Wheelbarrow and Bawley Point Roads.
Local residents were then asked to nominate the worst road in the region?
Many roads and streets were nominated.
There seems to be a few issues with Pitman Avenue, Ulladulla straight off the Princes Highway.
"A subdivision was opened in the 1960's and still has no kerb and guttering. It's a busy road heading to Racecourse Beach," one resident wrote.
"There is also a dangerous open drain which runs half the way up Pitman Avenue and pedestrians cannot use that side of the road."
Meanwhile, another motorist says the northern end of Village Drive, from the roundabout to the highway, looks like a patchwork quilt.
Lake View Drive, Balmoral Road, and all the streets on the western side of the Princes Hwy, Burrill Lake are full of potholes. "Accidents are waiting to happen," one resident concerned resident said.
Much of Woodstock Rd is a little more than a goat track and Village Drive near the highway definitely needs upgrading says, two other residents.
Some of the intersections, like Bendalong Rd and Princess Hwy, worry many road users. The intersection was likened to a recipe for disaster.
Moving off the roads for a minute, one resident says try crossing the road near Mitchell Parade and Clyde Street.
"They did all the crossing points up near North Mollymook- instead of where there is more traffic - down the southern end," a resident said about Mitchell Parade and Clyde Street.
"Try being a less mobile person or pushing a pram and see if you can get across these days - and we know that with further development in the area it will just get busier."
The list continues - so be safe on the roads and be careful when you cross the streets.