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Mollymook Travel Guide


Mollymook is on the south coast of New South Wales, within easy reach of Sydney and Canberra. It has very warm summers and mild winters, making it a popular spot for long and short breaks all year round. 

Mollymook’s main industries are tourism and retail, and these do well, with many people attracted to Mollymook’s clean, sandy beaches, safe for swimming and spending the day with the family. Visitors can also enjoy the interesting rock pools of the Bogey Hole at the southern end of Mollymook Beach. At low tide, the water is very shallow here making it a safe place for swimming and snorkelling. A very different beach can be visited at Narrawallee. This is home to a bushland nature reserve where visitors can picnic. 

If you enjoy a quick round of golf, there is a 9-hole golf course at Mollymook Golf Club. This pleasant, beachside course has wonderful views out to sea. 

Food lovers have been drawn to Mollymook since Rick Stein opened a restaurant at Bannisters Point in 2009. Here, diners can enjoy Stein’s famous fish dishes, prepared with seafood sourced from the local area. 

Fishing in Mollymook Bay is popular. Others head out into the bay to watch the bottlenose dolphins play, or to see the whales on their migration to warmer waters.  There is no shortage of accommodation in Mollymook. Whether you’re looking for a basic weekend guesthouse, or a luxury holiday hotel you will be able to find somewhere suited to you. 

Find out more about the history, nature and attractions of Mollymook in the free travel guide, available for download here.  


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