Mollymook Accommodation – Issi’s Place
Location, Mollymook Holiday Accommodation
Prime location at No 1 Forest Way, couples accommodation in Mollymook. Walk to Mollymook beach, Bowling club, restaurants and cafes.
Ideally suited for couples, boasting an ‘open plan’ design with spacious area for queen size bed, kitchenette and dining area. En-suite bathroom, outdoor area and gardens. Kitchenette boosts a microwave oven, fridge, toaster, electric kettle with ample crockery and cutlery. (Can arrange a separate single stretcher bed or portacot for $10 extra)
Rates – Tariffs
Affordable rates at $85 mid week and $110 per couple on weekends.
Holiday periods: 1st 2 weeks in January, Easter & Oct. long weekends $140 per night
phone: 0419 492 599 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
One week in the lives of the Mollymook Ocean Swimmers:
Three Birthdays and a Baby
< (pic) Jackie – occasional swimmer and Waterfront model.
Jackie’s birthday bash – Saturday 15 was huge. Brian put on free beer and more food than an army could eat, a sign on the road ‘all invited’ and a special invitation to ‘Times’ front page celebrity Darryl Bozicevic.
Food was served early to allow all the gentlemen to adjourn to the ‘Men’s shed’ to watch the rugby league test on TV.
Birthday No 2 – Sunday 16
‘Shop Pink’, members of the Jane McGrath Foundation consoled sensitive Ken who had arrived with a massive cake plus an extra one from Bianca to celebrate his Sunday birthday, and hardly any swimmers turned up.
Anyway, Grant had four large slices, and we were able to feed the staff and many other diners at the Beach Hut plus the needy.
Birthday No 3 – Friday 21
Graeme like the other Graeme we know, won’t be turning up with his birthday cake this Friday.
To avoid a repetition of the riotous behaviour earlier this year at Banister’s when the other Graeme was absent on his birthday, this Graeme has promised a ‘late’ birthday cake for swimmers on his return to Mollymook.
THE BABY – Wednesday 19
Grant and Valerie are the proud grand-parents of the first male in their lineage. One can only imagine how hard Grant fought for the Bub to be called Grant the 2nd, I’m sure when outnumbered he graciously acquiesced and allowed the parents Desi and Hayden to name their son – River Ashley Naylor.
Bottom two images, ‘photographer at large’, Anne-Maree.
Driftwood Cafe Milton
– Views to Green Island –
Highway entrance in the historic Chambers Shopping Complex at Milton NSW.
Breakfast, lunch and coffee daily with dinner available on a Friday and Saturday evening.
Choice of dining inside and/or outside with rural and ocean views plus a beautiful sunny aspect.
Open – daily from 8.00 am
Host: Tony Lavalle
map & address: 72 Princes Highway, Milton
The Tipsy Fig has a modern Australian cuisine with the most courteous, efficient and friendly service you could ever wish for.
The menu was excellent as was the quality.
Great value… ticks all the boxes for a quality restaurant.
Hosts: David and Vicki
Phone: (02) 4455 3383
Map & address: 97 Princes Highway, Milton,
Open – Lunch: Friday and Saturday, 12.00pm – 2.00pm.
Dinner: Wednesday to Saturday, from 6.00 pm
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