The local Mollymook markets, Milton markets and Ulladulla markets are a haven for bargain hunters as well as the astute buyer with an amazing and varied collection of 1000’s of items from home cooking to fresh produce, arts & crafts, surf art and photography, clothing, tools (2nd hand and new), jewellery, plants, shrubs, gift items and the list is almost endless. Suffice to say there is something for everyone and especially enjoyed by the Mollymook Beach Waterfront tourist visiting the area
The Ulladulla markets are held at the picturesque Ulladulla Harbour, Mollymook markets at Mollymook Beach and Milton markets at the Milton Showground on the following dates.
Milton Markets are held on the 1st Saturday each month, and Easter Saturday at the Milton Showground.
The beautiful Mollymook Beach is the location for the Mollymook Markets that occur on the fifth Sunday of the month, about four times per year plus Australia Day. It is a large market that attracts so many vendors with all the goodies you could imagine, ranging from plants, clothing, homemade foods, art and craft items to handyman tools.
The Mollymook market, Ulladulla Markets and Milton markets are all organised by the local Lions Club. Tourist and local visitors to the market are treated to about 120 market stalls, but this can vary from market to market.
NSW South Coast Tourism Association held their awards presentation recently at the Novatel Hotel North Wollongong. A full list of winners for the various tourism categories is available on their NSW South Coast Tourism web site.
Mollymook Beach Waterfront – Guest Satisfaction – Great Service & Views
Mollymook Beach Waterfront for privacy with awesome water views
The ‘BEST ACCOMMODATION in Mollymook‘ was the feedback from Rob and Kay O. They have been regular visitors to Mollymook over the years having stayed at some of the reportedly top accommodation Mollymook has to offer. They write from experience, “Mollymook Beach Waterfront is the BEST ACCOMMODATION in Mollymook”.
From a Guest Satisfaction point of view, Les and Gail reported their experience: Mollymook Beach Waterfront “Exceeded our expectations in presentation and provisions, decor and all the extra touches”. Rhon and Donna wrote of their experience: Quote “Mollymook Beach Waterfront was exactly what we hoped for and needed. The location, decor and view exceeded our expectations. The whales were an added bonus. The gift basket was also very generous and appreciated touch. Thank you Ken and June.”
Mollymook Beach Waterfront Reviews
Check out what guests have recorded on TripAdvisor Reviews: TripAdvisor is a global internet travel company that publishes independently sourced reviews. They rank Mollymook Beach Waterfront No. 1 for specialty accommodation with a ranking of 5/5 for over 150 separate reviews from guests who have actually stayed at Mollymook Beach Waterfront.
Check out what guests have recorded on Google Reviews: Ruth C. a regular visitor to Mollymook Beach Waterfront listed this following review on Google: “This place is perfect for couples wanting peace and serenity. We first stayed here in 2014 enjoying a weekend away with other tourist. We have been back every year since and have already booked for 2019. The location is perfect. Nestled between the beach and golf course it’s quiet and private. The pride and passion that owners and hosts Ken and June have in the accommodation they offer is evident in it’s immaculate presentation. Five stars are not enough”.
Waterfronts only availability left for 2011 is December 7 and 8.
10% discount for these last 2 remaining days in 2011 reduces the price for our upmarket executive “Reef Break” apartment from $310 down to $279 total.
Included in your tariff, you receive a complimentary generous breakfast hamper for self catering at your leisure, snacks for your arrival, plus teas’ / coffees’, chocolates’ and a bottle of Seaview wine. The apt has its own private BBQ & balcony and breathtaking ocean views.
Waterfront is a multiple award winning holiday accommodation property.
Recent awards include:
2010 National winner, TakeABreak Tourism awards – Best Beach Getaway Accommodation,
2010 National winner, Australian Small Business awards – Tourism.
2010 NSW State Tourism awards – Silver.
2010 Winner, NSW South Coast Tourism Awards.
If the above offer meets your requirements, we accept $100 deposit to confirm your booking. (See Waterfronts web site for contact details)
When the swell is up you can generally be guaranteed of some ideal surfing Mollymook or surfing Ulladulla area for the surfing enthusiast with exceptional waves in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area for surf board riding, body board riding and body surfing.
Former world surf champion Pam Burridge operates surfing Mollymook and surfing Ulladulla schools in this majestic Mollymook Ulladulla area. From teaching ‘grooms’ all the way to mature adults, as she says “it’s never to late to learn to surf … it is such a great sport for your physical fitness & keeps your mind active as well”. As a result she has seen a huge increase in the ‘mature learners’ age bracket and most are women. Check out Pam Burridge web site for further details: Web – www.pamburridge.com or phone Pam on 0409 767 176
Once people begin to learn to surf, its not uncommon to become a little addicted. Just getting out there in the salt water feels so good in itself. Then the adrenalin begins to lock in as you mount that first wave, coming down the face is an incredible feeling, maneuvering to beat the white water break. Once you’ve mastered the basics it’s practise, practise, practise!!!
There are surf board riding clubs up and down the coast where you can join in and make some great friendships along the way.
Whale Watching at Mollymook Beach Waterfront Accommodation
Mollymook Whale watching is best during the September – October period when they are returning with their calves heading south. At this time of the year it is not uncommon for them to put on a lovely display in front of the Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation to the delight of tourist / guests.
During their journey north during June and July they are still obvious but usually a little further out to sea and not performing as they normally do on their return journey in September – October as they continue their migration along the NSW coastline.
Pics taken in front of Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation.
Now is the best time to witness these majestic creatures. At present there are 100’s of whales moving south with their calves in plain view from our Mollymook accommodation facilities.
This morning 12 were counted in the space of an hour frolicking in the waters off Mollymook Beach. So I paddled out on my surf ski and sat in awe of these gentle giants, I took numerous pictures as you can see on this page which are also presently on display in the Mollymook News.