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Track, Ulladulla near Mollymook. Jann Tuxford
Track, Ulladulla near Mollymook. Jann Tuxford
Ulladulla Viewing Platform. Jan Tuxford, TNSW
Ulladulla Viewing Platform. Jan Tuxford, TNSW
Seagulls at Mollymook Beach. Hamilton Lund
Seagulls at Mollymook Beach. Hamilton Lund
People on Mollymook Beach During Summer
People on Mollymook Beach During Summer
Mollymook Beach Stroll. Adam taylor, TNSW
Mollymook Beach Stroll. Adam taylor, TNSW
Mollymook Surf Club Sign. Hamilton Lund
Mollymook Surf Club Sign. Hamilton Lund
Mollymook Beach. Hamilton Lund, Tourism NSW
Mollymook Beach. Hamilton Lund, Tourism NSW
Mollymook Golf Course. Adam Taylor. TNSW
Mollymook Golf Course. Adam Taylor. TNSW

Mollymook Information

Mollymook Beach in New South Wales is a hot spot tourist destination known for its pristine 7 kilometres stretch of beach. The word Mollymook comes from the “Mollymawk” which is an albatross bird found in the area.

The primary industry for Mollymook is tourism and the nearby town of Ulladulla houses a larger population which centres on commercial fishing. The lighthouse in Ulladulla was built in 1871 and is an interesting place to visit while staying in Mollymook.

Foe eco enthusiasts there are many national parks and wildlife reserved to discover in the area. Booderee National Park has some great walking trails and covers an area of over 6000 hectares. A must visit place to visit is the Bogey Hole located on Mollymook Headland. This tidal rock pool provides the perfect snorkelling and swimming.

Water action sports like windsurfing, swimming, boating, jet skiing and surfing are ample in the region. For something a little more relaxing, enjoy the Mollymook Golf Course. Set amongst the beachside, the golf course provides stunning ocean views whilst putting on the greenery of the 9-hole golf course. There is also a second golf course at the Championship Hilltop which is an 18-hole golf course set in amongst the bushland.

The perfect lookout spot in the area is located at Banisters Point to the north end of Mollymook beach. Here is the perfect place for a picnic and enjoy the fabulous panoramic views.

Fishing is also another great activity. Beach fishing is very popular all over Mollymook however one of the best spots is located to the north at Narrawallee creek.

During the Migration season, Mollymook is also home to whales that can be seen off the coastline. There are various charters that will take you whale watching. The coastline of Mollymook also hosts bottlenose dolphins which can be seen along the beachside.

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Sunrise at Mollymook Beach. Photo Hamilton Lund, Tourism New South Wales
Sunrise at Mollymook Beach. Photo Hamilton Lund, Tourism New South Wales
Couple on Mollymook Beach. Photo Hamilton Lund, Tourism New South Wales
Couple on Mollymook Beach. Photo Hamilton Lund, Tourism New South Wales