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South Mollymook Beach on a Misty Summer Morning.
Photo: South Mollymook Beach on a Misty Summer Morning.
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Mollymook NSW Tourism

Mollymook NSW is just to the north of Ulladulla on the South Coast. A pretty beach with good swimming and surfing, you can experience plenty of sunny days in winter and cooler weather than Sydney in summer. An idyllic place for a short or longer holiday with great fishing, nature walks, canoeing, boating and golf.

The ocean water temperature varies little throughout the year, making Mollymook and the Shoalhaven enjoyable any time of the year. Milton, a historical township, has a number of homes dating back to the when the area was first settled. It is also home to the annual Scarecrow Festival, held every June on the long weekend.

Shoalhaven Activities

Golf, tennis and a whole range of watersports are available throughout the Shoalhaven. Mollymook itself, Milton and nearby Ulladulla provide the rest - some great little restaurants to explore, clubs and pubs for a few drinks and entertainment. All the neccesities for a great beach holiday.

South Coast NSW

The South Coast covers some 400kms of coastline (250 miles), divided into the Shoalhaven, Sapphire and Eurobodalla Coast tourism regions. Between Sydney and the South Coast is the Illawarra region.

Shoalhaven Tourism Information

Enquire at the Tourism Information Centre in Shoalhaven for info on Mollymook, Ulladulla and Surrounds. They can also tell you more about the many national parks, activities, walking tracks, camping and picnic areas, lakes, unique flora and fauna and sites of Aboriginal cultural significance here and throughout the Shoalhaven Coast. Located on the Princes Highway, Ulladulla Civic Centre, NSW 2539 Phone +061 2 4455 1269.

Main Photo: South Mollymook Beach on a Misty Summer Morning.

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