Mollymook New South Wales
Mollymook NSW is a wonderful beach town destination in the coastal resort region of New South Wales Australia. Mollymook is easily accessible from Sydney and Canberra, which makes it very popular year round. Mollymook is part of the Milton/Ulladulla coastal region (the largest town in the area), and is roughly a 3.5 hour drive from Sydney. The name Mollymook is derived from a small local bird called the mollymawk. Come visit Mollymook and enjoy the unique restaurants, accommodations, beaches and magnificent golfing Mollymook has to offer!
Mollymook has 2 of the region's best golf courses, a beachside course and a hilltop course. The beachside course is a par 33, 9 hole course that measures around 2100 meters, with scenic oceanside views of Mollymook beach. The hilltop course is an 18 hole challenge that is rated among the top 100 golf courses in Australia! You can get more info on both courses at www.mollymookgolf.com.au
The Mollymook Bogey Hole at Colliers Beach
One of the great natural attractions on the South Coast, this tidal pool is a great attraction that you should not miss on your visit to Mollymook! Created by silica-mining, this pool offers adventure and excitement, you can jump off the rocks into the pool during high tide, or take it easy with the family and enjoy the shallow waters wading in the pool. You can also get in some great snorkeling. Access the Bogey Hole by walking about the headland of the south end of Mollymook beach, or take your car to Riversdale Ave. right by the beach side golf course.
One of the South Coast's best beaches, Mollymook beach has something to offer everyone! Surfers, swimmers and fishermen all share this large beach, with plenty of room to spare. At the south end of the beach you will find the Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Clubhouse along with the oceanside golf course. Surf patrol lifeguards patrol the beach during high season. Mollymook beach is home to many events throughout the year, including a lifeguard competition and volleyball tournaments. There is also a great playground for your children to enjoy, along with many outdoor exercise stations. On the northern end of Mollymook beach you will find terrific swimming. If you explore a little more north from here, around Bannister Head, you will stumble upon a great diving spot off the point. Don't miss the mid beach spot know as "the reef", it's a great vantage point for the beach. You can learn more about the Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club NSW Australia by visiting their website at www.mollymooksurf.com.au