Behind the beach, the creek runs through Mollymook Golf Course. The pristine wilderness areas of the South Coast has many scenes like this. Wildlife and colourful birdlife abounds, including lorrikeets, rosellas and cockatoos.
Golf, fishing, wildlife and flora are just some of the attractions found here. There are plenty of other of activities available, good food and wines to try, with markets and events throughout the year.
Shoalhaven is located on the South Eastern part of NSW. To the North is Illawarra Region and to the south Eurobodalla. About an hours flying time from Sydney or Melbourne airport.
Families can find plenty of choice in accommodation around Ulladulla and in the Shoalhaven suited for them, self contained cabins, caravan and large RV sites, apartments ranging from the budget to luxury. Homesteads in the hinterlands, seaside beach home holiday lettings - some of which are pet friendly are also alternatives for families, groups of friends or couples. You can also find resorts that have everything for a great family holiday. There are even a number of pet hotels.
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Enquire at the Shoalhaven Visitor Information Centre for information on Mollymook 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: Ducks on Mollymook Creek Lagoon.
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