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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tracey Hawkins to launch Ulladulla’s Story Book Challenge

Tracey Hawkins the children’s author will launch Ulladulla Carpet Court’s new literacy competition, the Storybook Challenge, with a special reading event at Ulladulla Public School on Tuesday 26 June.

The Carpet Court Storybook Challenge will give primary schools in the Ulladulla area the chance to win $1,000 in books by encouraging students in grades one to four to submit an illustrated story sharing what they love most about their community.

With Australian students’ reading literacy levels on the decline, Ulladulla Carpet Court is committed to promoting a more literate future for children through the Carpet Court Storybook Challenge.

Doug Gooch of Ulladulla Carpet Court said the aim was to encourage children to be excited about reading and develop wider learning and literacy skills.

Until Friday 3 August the Carpet Court Storybook Challenge will be open to children in grades one to four in the store region. Students wishing to enter can pick up an entry form for the Storybook Challenge from Ulladulla Carpet Court, or from their local primary school, or email

Finalists will be judged by a panel at Carpet Court, including a successful children’s author, with winners for each participating store announced from Friday 16 July 2012.

Beach & Local Walks, Mollymook Ulladulla Milton

The local Mollymook, Ulladulla, Milton area has some lovely easy walks. Suitable for relaxation, exercise, or to simply just enjoy the stunning local coastline, there is a walk to suit all.


Map for Local Walks

Mollymook to the Narrawallee Inlet entrance and return >  One of my favourite walks along Mollymook beach to Banister Head Road, and almost opp. Anker Street take the track marked down onto the southern end of Narrawallee beach, & walk to North end Inlet entrance. Can return via beach or road. On your return journey you may wish to take Mitchell Parade winding around Bannisters Point. (Allow 2 hours)

Mollymook Bannister Headland Rainforest Walk. (3ha, 500m)  Located at end of Cliff Road, off Mitchell Pde.

Bogey Hole walk. (1 km return)  This walk is a favourite for Mollymook Beach Waterfront guests. It is a very picturesque walk, however if it’s high tide you may have some rocks to navigate. Commence in front of the Golf Club Restaurant, follow pathway south onto beach, around southern point/rocks, see bogey hole, surf-board riders at “Golf course reef”. (Can detour at car park and return following the road up & through the golf course)

Mollymook Beach (4 km return) Walking is best at low tide, relax listening  to the sounds of the ocean. Alternate route along Mitchell Parade walkway.

Bogey Hole / Collers Beach to Ulladulla walk. Ditto above but rather than detour, continue on from car park across Collers Beach and take either the 1st or 2nd set of steps, veer through park to Burrill St Nth. and down into Ulladulla. (This route from Golf Club to Ulladulla and return is approx. 2 km)

“One Track for All”. (1 km return, 30 to 40 min.) Enter from Burrill St > Nth into Dolphin St. “One Track for All” was designed and constructed by the Budawang Aboriginal Landcare Group, Has 4 viewing platforms, carvings, signs and sculptures that tell the history of the Ulladulla area from an Aboriginal perspective.

Coomee Nulunga Track. (2.5 km track, 1 hour) Tracks on both, north and south side of Lighthouse at end of Deering Street.

Headland Reserve (1.5 km track, 30 min) Turn off Princes Hwy (before Ex Servo’s club) & travel to far end of Dowling Street.  Walk covers 14 hectares of scenic flora and fauna. Rare plants & an estimated 90 bird species.

Ulladulla to Burrill Lake beach walk>. (est. 6 km one way) Something different and adventurous. Choose low tide and most of the walk will be along the beach navigating some rocks with a little climbing. (Check bus timetable & catch bus or taxi back from Burrill.)

Mollymook > Burrill Lake to Lake Tabourie. One of my favourite walks following the coast-line. Prepare your self with map/directions, a bus timetable for your return journey and pre-order a packed lunch from Gav’s Deli at the Plaza Ulladulla for pick-up en route. (Best when tide is low for the beach walk from Rennies travelling south, take costumes to cross the lake entrance). (allow 4 to 6 hours)

 Millards Creek Walk. (1.8 km track, 20 to 30 min.) Very pretty walk, reasonably flat, can begin at Ulladulla Bowling club & follow Millards creek until you reach Village Drive. Can then walk across the Hwy and down Boag Street to the Mollymook Golf Club.

“Ghosts of Milton” – Historical walk of Milton. Self guided walk with commentary courtesy of Cathy Dunn. (Copy of “Self Guided Walk” available in Waterfront’s reception) Start at the Milton Cultural Centre, allow 1 hour.

Mollymook Golf Club to Mollymook Shopping Centre. A pleasant walk, begin in front of the golf club follow the pathway north and continue along the beach or Mitchell Parade to the Tallwood Rd shopping centre. IGA, Deli., Bakery, Liquor shop, Chemist, Takeaway.  (½ hour either way.)   (Click on images to enlarge)


Coastline Walk


Beach Walks


Narrawallee Inlet

Licensed Clubs, Ulladulla and Mollymook

Licensed Clubs in the local area consist of the award winning Ulladulla Ex-Sericemens club, Milton Ulladulla Bowling club, Mollymook Bowling club, Conjola Bowling club and the Mollymook Beachside Golf club. Links to each are listed below as are phone contact numbers.

  • Milton Ulladulla bowling club. web: Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club     Phone contact: 4454 3600 Services: courtesy bus, ATM, Swordfish Bistro open daily for lunch & dinner.
  • Ulladulla Ex Servo’s club. web: Ulladulla Ex- Servo’s Club  Phone contact: 4455 1444 Services: TAB, courtesy bus, ATM, EFTPOS, Sea Salt Restaurant open daily for lunch & dinner.
  • Mollymook bowling club. web:  Mollymook Bowling Club        Phone contact: 44 55 5222 Services: courtesy bus, ATM and the Bistro is open from Wed to Sat for lunch and Tuesday to Saturday for dinner.
  • Conjola bowling club.    180 Lake Conjola Entrance Road, Lake Conjola NSW 2539   Tel: 02 4456 1272
  • Mollymook Beach-side Golf club. web: Mollymook Golf Club            Golf Road, Mollymook.      Phone: (02) 4455 1911            (Click on images to enlarge)
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Shoalhaven Coast Wine Region

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Shoalhaven Wine region

The Shoalhaven wine growing region stretches from Gerringong to Bawley Point with many of the “Shoalhaven Coast” wineries having won over 1000 International and Austrailian wine awards for their unique style, flavours and blends attractive to the wine connoisseurs. Enjoy a wine trail bus tour or simply call in at the various wineries at your leisure. Click on the link for a full list of all the “Shoalhaven Coast” wineries

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Cupitt's Winery Ulladulla

The “Shoalhaven Coast” hold their winter wine festival on the June Long weekend each year and it is always worth attending for the wine tasting accompanied by fine food and entertainment. Mollymook Beach Waterfront host and guests are regular attendees at the local Ulladulla region wineries and can attest to the quality and enjoyment the festival provides. 

Wineries of note  close to Mollymook Milton Ulladulla are listed below with their contact details:

Cupitt’s Winery & Rest. Take a 2 ½ km drive west of Ulladulla and try the local wines. Why not relax & have a meal at there restaurant whilst there. Washburton Road Ulladulla. (Open Wednesday to Sunday) Ph 4455 7888. Web:

Fern Gully Winery. Princes Highway Termeil. (20 Km south of Ulladulla) Ph 4457 1142 (Open weekends & school holidays, Sept. to May) Web:

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Shoalhaven Coast Wineries

Bawley Vale Estate. Bawley Point road, Bawley Point. Ph 4457 2555 web:

Kladis Estate winery.  Approx. 20km north of Milton on the Princes Hwy, Wandandian.  Ph. 4443 5606

Silos Estate Princes Hwy Jaspers Brush, (North of Nowra). Ph 4448 6082 Web:

Crooked River Winery. Princes Hwy., Gerringong South. Ph 4234 4477 Web: 

Coolangatta Estate & Winery, Bolong Rd., Shoalhaven Heads. Ph 4448 7131 open daily 10 am to 5 pm (Live Jazz & Blues music on Sundays afternoons) Web:


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Golf (Mollymook)

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Mollymook 18 Hole Championship Course

Course: Rated 97 in the top 100 golf courses in Australia is everyone’s challenge or to some their nightmare. Golfers are attracted to the challenge and hype and if not careful can soon become unstuck in their desire to conquer the Hilltop course. Carved out of native bushland that looks out over the mountains and sea, it has lush fairways, some heavily timbered and with the meandering Blackwater Creek not far away for those stray shots. It is a pretty course featuring water challenges from creeks and dams with some excellent tee placements. Greens are large, undulating and generally fast with moderate bunkering.

Licensed Club house: The club house and professionals office are positioned on the ‘Hilltop’ with the club open for drinks after a game or for a light lunch.


  • Tuesday mornings is set aside for the ladies competition.
  • Wednesdays morning for the vets.
  • Thursday is a mixed comp.
  • Saturday is also a mixed comp.

website: Mollymook Golf         Pro – phone:(02) 4455 2055

Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla

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National Parks – Bush Walking & Hiking.

The Mollymook, Milton, Ulladulla area is bounded by the Morton National Park to the west, the Conjola National Park to the north and the Meroo National Park to the south and the Tasman Sea to the east. The National Parks provide for some excellent bush walking/Hiking trails, astonishing views westward to the Budawang mountains and wilderness areas, and east to the majestic coastline. On these National Park walks you will experience an array of bird-life, flora and fauna. Graeme Barrow author of “Bush Tracks between Nowra and Batemans Bay” has an extensive list of walks in this region. Some of the popular bush walks include: Mt Bushwalker, Pigeon House Mountain, George Boyd lookout and the Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach walk.   (Click on images to enlarge)             (Walking trail maps used with permission)

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Mt Bushwalker hike

Mt Bushwalker. This is Graeme Barrow’s pick of the National Park bush walks. Unlike Pigeon House Mountain, the Mt Bushwalker walk is an easy walk with majestic scenery. You actually drive to the top of the mountain and then the walk is across a plateau (walk climb is approx. 70 metres) 6.5 km return with views of the “The Castle” & “Pigeon House Mtn”.  On the occasion my wife and I did this walk we were able to light a fire and boil the bush billy (literally) plus BBQ some meat. Just a beautiful outing. Can be done in 2 hours or take your time and enjoy.    

Directions: 9 km Nth of Milton PO, turn left off Highway at sign post to Porters Creek Dam (Pointer Gap Rd). At the end of Pointer Gap Rd turn right (T section) & travel along to the Mt Bushwalker car park.  The track is easily followed with colour markers, marking the way across the rock plateau.

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Pigeon House Mtn. hike

Pigeon House Mountain. Captain Cook & Sir Joseph Banks wrote about this remarkable peak back in April 1770. The Aborigines of the Walbanja and Wandandian tribes called it Dithol meaning a woman’s breast or Did-Del. Today upwards of 8000 people make the assent annually. From the top of the mountain there are magnificent panoramic views of the rugged cliffs and gorges carved by the Clyde River and its tributaries. Dominating the view to the north-west are two elongated plateau of Byangee Walls and the Castle. My wife and I can confirm the majesty of this “Hike” and the glorious views in all directions, once on top of the peak. A “must do walk” provided you are fit!  Directions: Take the turn off at the Milton traffic lights and follow the signs.

Allow 4 hours, can be done quicker or take your time and enjoy. Best on a clear day.  (4.5 kms ascending 500 metres.)

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Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach walk

Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach. 

The day my wife and I did this walk the temperature was in the mid 30’s. Nonetheless you could not be impressed with the beauty of this national park. Take your camera and a map for this coastline walk, Drive via Kioloa to Pretty Beach. Best in the morning, from Pretty Beach walk the short distance north to the Snapper Rocks lockout for some majestic pics. Then head south along the beach to Snake Bay. Here you detour inland a little and follow the track to Pebbly Beach.

For the (Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach) return journey take the Murramarang Range plateau track back to Pretty Beach. (16 km return) (OR you could do the return journey from Snake Bay, allow 4 hrs or from Pebbly Beach allow 6 to 8 hrs) (Best to do the beach walk at low tide.)

Merry Beach > Kioloa > Snapper Rocks Lookout > Pretty Beach  & return. Park near the Kioloa boat ramp, follow the track around the headland to Snapper Rocks Lookout down to Pretty beach and take the National Park track direct back to Kioloa. Best in the morning, to reach the Snapper Rocks lockout before the winds arrive for some majestic pics. of the coastline. Take your camera and a map for this coastline walk. (Could combine this easy picturesque walk with the more strenuous Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach walk.)

Depot Beach. Another picturesque beach, coastline and unspoilt area.  Take a camera & picnic lunch to explore this beautiful area.

George Boyd Lookout and adjacent Rainforest Walk. Turn off the Princes Highway north of Milton at the sign “12 mile drive”. Short easy walks with extraordinary views.

Botanical gardens at the Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay. A relaxing and inspiring walk through the Jervis bay Botanical gardens.

 Beecroft National Park, Currarong. This is my wife’s favourite walk. See the wreck of the SS Merimbula &/or take the trail to Mermaid Rocks where according to Rex Hunt it is the only place whereby you can fish for marlin off the mainland. While in the area visit Point Perpendicular a spectacular sheer cliff face that rises 75 metres up from the ocean. On one of our trips we witnessed a youngster who had ab-sailed down the face and climbing back up froze about 10 metres from the top of the cliff. Another nice area is the protected shores of the secluded Long Beach & Honeymoon Bay. Take a picnic lunch a make a full day of this excellent outing. Also take your cosies, good swimming and snorkeling.  (Click on images to enlarge)

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Mt Bushwalker

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The Castle

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Yadboro Picnic


Surf Breaks, Mollymook Ulladulla area

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South Coast Surfing Breaks



Surfing book “Surfing Australia”, speaks of the NSW South Coast as “A Surf Adventurer’s Dream”.

“For a length of coastline stretching from Jervis Bay to Bawley Point the number and quality of surfing break is incredible”.

They mention a few such as the famed “Aussie Pipe” near Jervis Bay, “Green Island” at Bendalong, “Golfie” reef at Mollymook and “Guilitines” at Bawley Point, and the hype they claim is justified.


Check out the Mollymook long boarders web page.

Wreck Bay is just south of Jervis Bay. This is home to the infamous “South Coast Pipe” an intense left tubes upwards of 8′ to 10′ off a southerly swell with NW-E winds. “Green Island” at Bendalong likes a southerly swell with winds from the NE-NW producing long left handers ranging from 6′ to 12′. At Mollymook you have a number of reef breaks that work well with a southerly swell, the best known is “Golfie” reef, however when conditions are right “Kamikaze” & “Crystals” are awesome in the big swells. Nearby is Collers reef break and “Drain-pipes”. 2 km south you have the Ulladulla “Bombie” and “Rennies Beach” reef break. Another couple of Km south is “Dolphin Point”, “Pot-holes”, “Point North-East”, “Wario” and at Bawley Point the famous “Guillotines” reef break.    (Click on images to enlarge)

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Golfie reef break

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Aerial view Green Island

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Kamikaze break

Greg Bennett of Bennett Surf Boards recently choose to stay at Mollymook Beach Waterfront for trialing his new designed “Paddle Board”. 

Fishing – Ulladulla Deep Sea, Local Lakes & Beaches


Fishing: Ulladulla, Conjola, Burrill, Mollymook

Deep Sea Fishing.    (Click on image to enlarge)

Ulladulla Harbour: There are a choice of chartered boats available to take you outside the Ulladulla harbour heads, to some of the best local fishing grounds. You don’t need any equipment. It is all supplied including bait and they will even gut and scale your catch. Just book & turn up at the harbour. Ulladulla Boat Charters Ph. 4455 5303, Warrigal Ocean fishing charters 4455 5303, Ulladulla fishing charters 4455 4344 and Surf & Fish Charters  0419542155

Tip: 1) Take a sea sickness pill before going out to sea no matter how tough you would like others to think you are. (I have seen some very proud men brought to their knees pleading to be taken back to shore.) Also remember to take an esky for your catch. A hat and sunscreen. Tip: 2) Fish from the back of the boat and not on its side if you can organize where you fish from.

Lake Fishing.

  1. Burrill Lake fishing charters: Ph. 4454 0657
  2. Lake Conjola boat hire: Ph. 4456 1163
  3. Sussex Inlet boat hire: Ph. 4441 2046 or 4441 3099 or 4441 0051 or 4441 2086
  4. Alternatively hire a boat on a trailer from Boab Boat Hire Ph 4441 5184 and go where ever, fishing.

Beach Fishing.

Mollymook Beach Waterfront guests have found the following fishing spots popular: a) The northern and southern ends of Mollymook Beach b) The beach reef approx. mid distance along Mollymook Beach and c) Narrawallee Inlet.


Deep sea fishing trips


Rock Fishing


Beach Fishing

Church Services, Milton Mollymook Ulladulla

Milton Mollymook Ulladulla Church Services:

Anglican Church Milton. St Peter’s & St Paul’s Cnr Princes Hwy & Church St., Milton Ph 4454 0432

Anglican Church Ulladulla. Cnr Princes Hwy & Green Street Ulladulla. Ph 4454 2030

Assemblies of God, Ulladulla. Harbour Christian Life Community Church, Ulladulla. Ph 4455 5179

Baptist. Milton Ulladulla Baptist Church. 215 Matron Porter Drive, Mollymook. Ph 4455 5322

Catholic Milton Parish Corks Lane Milton. 4455 1313

Catholic Ulladulla Parish Green Street Ulladulla. Ph 4454 2379

Christian Pentecostal.Highway Christian Church, 240 Princes Hwy. Ulladulla. Ph 4454 0092

Jehovah’s Witnesses. Princes Hwy. Milton. Ph. 4454 0143


Local church


Blessing of Fleet


Old Milton Church

Timbertops Horse Riding, Termeil/Ulladulla


 Timbertops Horse riding at Termeil


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Timbertops Horse riding at Termeil is ideal for the Tourist staying in Ulladulla or Mollymook, .

Timbertops horse riding is located in the small timber settlement of Termeil on the Princes Highway, south of Ulladulla. It is the first gate on the left over Reedy Creek bridge as you travel along the Princes Highway on the NSW South Coast. Timbertops horse riding is the closest location for Ulladulla horse riding and Mollymook horse riding enthusiast and approx. 20 klm from the Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation.

(For those travelling north from Batemans Bay it is approx. 32 kms north of Batemens Bay. Look for the first gate on the right approx. 200 metres past the Termeil Shop and Service Station) 

Timbertops horse riding maintain a stable of about 30 horses of all sizes to cater for people with varying degrees of ability from beginners to competent riders, children and adults.

Enjoy a 1 or 2 hour trail ride or for the more adventurous a 2 day horse trek through the beautiful state forest bush land. Tuition is available for beginners. Ph 4457 1008    

 Alternate venues include the Valhalla Horse Riding school at Falls Creek. Phone 4447 8320 and the Kangaroo Valley Horse Riding. Phone 4465 1912  


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Tariffs for accommodation at Mollymook Beach Waterfront


Low Season:        Sun. pm April 27, to Fri. am Sept. 12, 2014


Mid Week (Sunday pm – Friday am)

Whale Watch $130 / night

Reef Break $140 / night

5 day Mid Week Special (Sun. pm – Fri. am)    SAVE $110.

Whale Watch $540 / 5 nights

Reef Break $590 / 5 nights

Weekend (Friday & Saturday nights)

Whale Watch $175 / night

Reef Break $185 / night

Weekly Special (Arrival & departure on a Fri. or Sun.)    Save $310.

Whale Watch $690 / week

Reef Break $760 / week

Spring Season:      Fri. pm Sept. 12, to Sun. am Dec. 21, 2014


Mid Week (Sunday pm – Friday am)

Whale Watch $175 / night

Reef Break $185 / night

5 day Mid Week Special (Sun. pm – Fri. am)    SAVE $100.

Whale Watch $775 / 5 nights

Reef Break $825 / 5 nights

Weekend (Friday & Saturday nights)

Whale Watch $235 / night

Reef Break $245 / night

Weekly Special (Arrive & depart on a Fri. or Sun.)    Save $335.

Whale Watch $1010 / week

Reef Break $1080 / week

      Peak Holiday Seasons:


Easter Long Weekend – Thursday pm April 17, 2014    (4 days)

Whale Watch $285 / night

Reef Break $295 / night

October Long Weekend – Friday pm October 3, 2014    (3 days)

Whale Watch $285 / night

Reef Break $295 / night

Christmas Holidays – Sunday pm Dec. 21, 2014 to Sun. am Jan. 25, 2015

Whale Watch $285 / night

Reef Break $295 / night

Shoulder Season:    Sun. pm Jan. 25, to Sun. am Apr. 26, 2015


5 day Mid Week Package (Sun. pm – Fri. am)

$925 – 5 nights

$975 – 5 nights

Weekend (Friday & Saturday nights)

Whale Watch $265 / night

Reef Break $275 / night

Weekly Special (Arrival & departure on a Fri. or Sun.)    Save $200.

Whale Watch $1190 / week

Reef Break $1260 / week

Autumn Season:   Sun. pm Apr. 26, to Sun. May 31, 2015


Mid Week (Sunday pm – Friday am)

$150 / night

$160 / night

5 day Mid Week Special (Sun. pm – Fri. am)    SAVE $150.

$620 – 5 nights

$690 – 5 nights

Weekend (Friday & Saturday nights)

Whale Watch $185 / night

Reef Break $195 / night

Weekly Special (Arrival & departure on a Fri. or Sun.)    Save $365.

Whale Watch $760 / week

Reef Break $830 / week

Additional booking information:

    1. Above tariffs include a generous complimentary hamper – value exceeds $40.
    2. Saturdays & Mondays are our two days off work per week. Excludes public holiday long weekends whereby departures and arrivals do occur on a Monday.
    3. Minimum booking periods apply.
    4. A one night booking is acceptable if a single night exists between confirmed bookings. ($20.00 additional cost for a 1 night stay)
    5. Weekly bookings: We except weekly bookings arriving on a Sunday or Friday.
    6. Mollymook Beach Waterfront is a smoke free property.
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Additional packages, SPECIALs & DEALS.

Romantic 2 day Weekend Getaway                    (From Sun. Apr 27 pm, to Sept 12 am, 2014)

In addition to your accommodation receive $40 value of complimentary items that include a bottle of wine, snacks, chocolates, daily newspaper & generous breakfast hamper for your enjoyment.

Total Cost: “Whale Watch” $350 or “Reef Break” $370        (2 day booking, Fri and Sat nights)

Guest Comment

5/5 “My husband and I spent our honeymoon here – our accommodation was in immaculate condition and the ocean views were spectacular. Whale and dolphin watching from our patio was amazing. The accommodation is even better than it looks on the web”.    Clare, ACT.

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Golf package Deals

The golf package provides for three days of unlimited golf on both Mollymook Beach & Mollymook Hilltop golf courses (subject to competition times). Not available during school or public holiday periods.

Package also includes a $10 Mollymook Waves Bistro dinner voucher and a MGC golf ball. The 3 day Golf package is $99.00 per person subject to Golf Club changes. (some conditions may apply).

Accommodation costs are additional and priced at our Mid week special or weekend rates according to your preferred time.


Conditions: Packages, specials & Deals

    1. The above stand-alone packages, specials & deals exclude Public Holiday long weekends, school & public holidays.
    2. Packages, specials & deals  prices are based on a minimum of two days accommodation.
    3. Packages, specials & deals are subject to availability and are not available in conjuction with any other advertised package.
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Booking Information


A deposit is required to confirm a booking. A booking that has not been confirmed by a deposit being paid is not guaranteed.

The balance of the tariff is payable on arrival. Mollymook Beach Waterfront accepts: Credit Cards – VISA & Mastercard, EFTPoS & Electronic fund Bank transfer.


Check in is after 2 pm and Check out is before 11am.


If the booking is cancelled 30 days or more prior to the planned date of arrival, there will be a full refund less an administration fee of $50. If the booking, or part thereof, is cancelled less than 30 days prior to the planned arrival date, or once occupied, there will be no refund unless and until the premises are re-let for the total period of the original booking. An admin fee of $50 will be deducted from the payment held before the remainder is refunded.


Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation caters exclusively for adult couples and is not equipped to accommodate children or infants.


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Couples accommodation

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‘Reef Break’ Apt. King bed

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Your private balcony

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Mollymook Bogey Hole

Story Book Challenge

June 1, 2012 – Ulladulla Mollymook Milton Storybook Challenge.

Entries in the Ulladulla Carpet Court Storybook Challenge are now open, giving local primary school students in the Ulladulla, Mollymook, Milton areas the chance to win big prizes, including $1,000 in books and colourful reading mats for their classrooms as well as individual prizes.

With Australian students’ reading literacy levels on the decline, Ulladulla Carpet Court is committed to promoting a more literate future for local children.

Ulladulla Carpet Court store owner Doug Gooch encouraged children living within the region to enter before Friday 29 June by submitting an illustrated story sharing what they love most about their community.

“We are hoping that by providing the right resources through the Carpet Court Storybook Challenge and a little bit of inspiration, kids will continue reading for the love of it,” Doug said.

From Monday 23 April to Friday 29 June the Carpet Court Storybook Challenge will be open to children in grades one to four in the Ulladulla, Mollymook, Milton region.

In addition Carpet Court will be running a book collection whereby people can donate any new or pre-loved books, which will then be redistributed to children in the local Ulladulla, Mollymook, Milton areas by The Ulladulla Lions Club.

For further information, contact Morgan Bailey on Mob: 0420 967 109 or the Ulladulla Carpet Court store Ph. 4454 0360 or Ken Banks at Mollymook Beach Waterfront Mob. 0425254167