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Mollymook Destination Guide

Mollymook Destination Guide

Mollymook is a stunning destination on the NSW south coast idyllically located between a beautiful beach and charming countryside.


From the moment you drive into the quiet coastal town, the rush of city life has disappeared, and everything seems to slow down. Everywhere you visit you are welcomed like family, the locals are a real tight-knit community.


As for the activities, you can venture out to nearby towns like Ulladulla or Milton, or simply lie on the beach every day and immerse in their exciting foodie scene.


Meanwhile, the travelling golfer can enjoy a round at Mollymook Golf Club, ranked among Golf Digest’s top 100 courses in Australia.



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Catch a wave at Mollymook Beach


Mollymook Beach is one of the most famous beaches on the NSW South Coast.


It stretches for two kilometres allowing plenty of room for surfers, swimmers, and fishers to enjoy their own areas.


For those who enjoy nothing more than sitting down and watching the waves crash along the shore from a distance, there is also grass reserves along the beach.


Discover the origins of the land along the Coomee Nulunga Trail


Don’t just experience the Shoalhaven region, immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of the area. One way is discovering the rich Aboriginal history of Warden’s Head in Ulladulla (a 10-minute-drive from Mollymook).


Along the Coomee Nulunga trail, you will be able to take in breathtaking sights of the pristine coastline and bushland. Your Aboriginal tour guide will also show you the traditional bush tucker and medicines used for tens of thousands of years by the Murramarang People.


You will get to immerse yourself in the Coomee Nulunga trail on one of the rest days on our bushfire recovery tour. Don’t worry it’s a short 700-metre walk and ideal for all fitness levels.


Stroll through the historic town of Milton


Historic and trendy are two words you don’t usually see together, but that is exactly what this quaint town of Milton is.


Located only 5 minutes from Mollymook, Milton offers a unique blend of boutique arts and designer stores as well as modern cafes and restaurants all disguised in buildings dating back to the late 1800s.


On our bushfire recovery tour, we will stop into Milton to explore its shops and have a bite to eat. Some of the cafes, we recommend are Duke & Co. Café or Flour Water Salt.


Dig into fresh seafood inspired by the famous Rick Stein


One of the real foodie highlights of Mollymook, is dining at the award-winning Rick Stein at Bannisters. Here you can treat yourself to local oysters, freshly caught seafood and coastal views.


For those who don’t know who Rick Stein is, he is like the Matt Preston of England – minus the weight and add a few years. Rick is a celebrity chef, who owns over a dozen restaurants in the UK and has even cooked for her majesty the Queen.


If he is good enough for the Queen, then he should be perfect for you. There is an extensive range for seafood lovers to drool over and every dish is just as good as the other!


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