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Mollymook Ocean Swimmers – February 2015

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Changing of the Guard 1922 > > 2015

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Lady surfers 1922   (Photo credit – Telegraph)

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Mollymook Lady Surfers 2015 – Cheryl, Monica, Stephanie, Simone. (Absent, Tracy)

 

Mollymook Ocean Swimmers to do Kokoda Trail

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John and Margy Reed to tackle the Kokoda Trail

Mollymook Ocean Swimmers and Mollymook surf club members Margy and John Reed plan to tackle the Kokoda Trail during August 2015 to raise funds on behalf of the Mollymook Surf Club.

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Fund raising plans

Some fundraisers planned include:
• Friday night February 27 at John and Jacqui Louth’s birthday bash. (A donation toward John and Margy in lieu of any presents)
April 11 a raffle will be drawn at the Mollymook Ocean Swim Classic. (Tickets for sale during February and March at Ulladulla Children’s Centre, Jewellery Plus Ulladulla, and from Mollymook Ocean Swimmers.)
• Saturday night May 23,  – a Trivia Night at the Surf Club which will coincide with John’s 50th birthday.

NOTE: To sponsor on line, follow this link, Website: https://surflifesaving-kokoda2015.everydayhero.com/au/margy

Sourdough Bakery Milton

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Sourdough Bakery Milton

87 Princes Highway Milton NSW 2538. Phone 4454 2504  Web: Sourdough Bakery

our bread
As the name says, our bread only contains three ingredients – organic flour, purified water and sea salt. Our organic bread is authentic sourdough as we use a natural leaven. We don’t add baker’s yeast, or anything else you wouldn’t expect – we believe good bread should be made using the purest of ingredients.

We keep it traditional – our artisan bakers cut no corners when it comes to their method: Shaped and moulded by hand, our breads are left to rise for hours in willow baskets and baked to produce authentic European handcrafted sourdough.

in our cafe
We believe in using the best ingredients available to us – no shortcuts. We source products from suppliers that are like minded and respect their product and take pride in what they are doing. Where we can, we use local ingredients, and sometimes we are even lucky enough to be given home grown produce from customers, whether that be a laden apple tree or herb garden. We respect the seasons and what the farmer has in abundance, we turn into delicious jams and preserves.

Opened December 2012: (Customer reviews courtesy Mollymook Beach Waterfront guests)

Customer Reviews:

  • Flour water salt, cafe in Milton was excellent for food and service. Jemma T. Nowra. December 2012

Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla

Coastal Indulgence Cafe, Milton NSW

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Outside ‘alfresco’ dining available as well as inside.


Coastal Indulgence Cafe, Milton NSW

A nicer setting would be hard to find. At Coastal Indulgence Cafe Milton NSW you can dine indoors or outdoors in the ‘alfresco garden courtyard’ with views of the Budawang mountains. Perfect for breakfast, a delightful lunch or simply just calling in for coffee with friends. The the cafe offers a modern menu featuring all-day breakfast, gourmet salads, burgers and sandwiches at affordable prices.

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Coastal Indulgence has been sold and is now under new Management

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Monica shares her Heartache and Pain

 

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Mollymook Beach, a safe haven for our dolphins

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Moni finds support with like minded ocean swim friends

Reviews Tallwood Eatery Mollymook. Phone: 4455 5192

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Tallwood “To sample the food creations that Executive chef Matthew Upson brings to the table is a menu that is sophisticated yet simple, honouring the flavours of each and every ingredient.” wrote Victorian food critic, Nicholas P..

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2019 Tallwood were ranked by ‘Delicious’ in the top 100 restaurant’s in the entire state of NSW.

Owner & Executive Chef: Matt Upson       phone: (02) 4455 5192

map & address: 2/85 Tallwood Avenue, Mollymook

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Christmas – January Trading Hours:

Breakfast and Coffee cart: Daily 6.30 am to 11.30 am

Dinner: daily from 5.30 pm

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Qantas Australian Tourism Awards – Finalist

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Qantas Australian Tourism Awards – Finalist

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Mollymook Beach Waterfront is the only Australian Tourism awards finalist from the entire NSW South Coast stretching from the Sydney Royal National Park down the coast to the Victorian border
Having been awarded silver in 2012 and 2011, it would be a wonderful achievement for Waterfront to gain Gold this year. Winners will be announced on April 10, 2015 at a gala ceremony to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

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Details

Website: Mollymook Beach Waterfront

Tribute – Two Mollymook Ocean Swim Legends

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Jan and Pete Humphries

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The two most consistent long distance ocean swimmers at Mollymook are Pete and Jan. Over the years they have been the backbone of the group, regularly holding BBQ’s and get togethers at their former Fairmont Ridge property, Jan the effervescent, happy, cheerful hostess with the casual nonchalant Pete always taking on the cooking duties.

Milestone

Monday February 2, 2015 marks their 42nd wedding anniversary.

The beginning of their amazing journey

With Pete growing up in New Zealand, the young reporter inquired how did you both meet? Jan vividly recalls the occasion; “she was doing a tour of NZ. Having a drink one evening she noticed an unassuming but good looking young man. However more importantly, what caught my eye was a ‘random act of kindness’ that this young man extended to another patron. That ‘act of kindness’ led to us meeting and sharing a few words and agreeing to catch up the following day. It went from there and within 6 weeks we decided to marry and thus begin this incredible journey, sharing the remainder of our life together”.