Beaches in Mollymook
Mollymook is a quiet, leisurely coastal town with beaches that draw summer crowds. It's set on hills rising from the coast into pastureland.
Mollymook Beach is one of the South Coast's most popular beaches. This golden stretch of sand has ideal conditions for experienced surfers, body surfers and anyone keen to learn how to surf. Headlands at either end of the beach offer protection on windy days;grassy reserves behind the beach are perfect for picnics, relaxing and watching the kids at play. "The reef" is where serious surfers head to while safe swimming can be found at Narrawallee Inlet and the Bogey Hole.
Mollymook has two very scenic golf courses - the 9-hole Beachside Course on the southern end of the beach and the 18-hole Hilltop Course, in a bushland setting by the ocean. Mollymook Bay teems with marine life and includes resident dolphins. Fishing and whale watching are popular activities at Mollymook. Nearby, Milton and Ulladulla are well worth a visit.
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Mollymook Golf Club boasts two magnificent golf courses, Hilltop and Beachside, along with two modern clubhouses. The Hilltop Course features 18 holes of bushland beauty. It's situated close enough to Mollymook Beach that you can hear the waves rolling in.
Mollymook Beach sweeps for two kilometres between Bannister Point in the north and the southern headland where Mollymook Golf Club is located. Surfing, snorkelling, diving and dolphin-watching are all popular activities at Mollymook Beach.
The South Coast of NSW is a premier whale watching destination offering many vantage points. You'll find plenty of choice here from joining a whale-watching cruise to seeing the whales from a headland, viewing platform or coastal national park.
Interior of Rick Stein at Bannisters restaurant. Image Rick Stein at Bannisters
Sunrise at Mollymook Beach. Image Hamilton Lund
Couple playing golf at the Mollymook Golf Course. Image Adam Taylor
Mollymook Beach, Shoalhaven. Image Hamilton Lund