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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Mollycoddle at the beach

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South Coast Food Alliance

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Inaugural ‘Mollycoddle at the beach’

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Russell Chinn & Rosie Cupitt

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The South Coast Food Alliance held their first event, ‘Mollycoddle at the beach‘ to a capacity filled function centre at the Mollymook Surf Club on Friday evening October 30.

The four founding restaurants: Rick Stein at Bannisters and Tallwood in Mollymook, St. Isidore on the edge of Milton, and Cupitt’s Winery, on the back road between Ulladulla and Milton combined to each present a dish with accompanying wine. It was ‘fine dining’ at its best.

Event coordinator Mel Louth explained that “it was a spring inspired menu and that all four restaurants were incorporating the best locally sourced produce.”

Swimmers extra curricular activities

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Mollycoddle at the beach

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Inaugural Mollycoddle at the beach

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Among the glitz & glamour, there was Raymondo

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South Coast Food Alliance

Four restaurants within a six-kilometre radius of Mollymook beach have combined to form the South Coast Food Alliance. Its aim? To promote the area’s commitment to slow cooking, fresh local produce and discerning palates.

The four founding restaurants are: Rick Stein at Bannisters and Tallwood in Mollymook, St. Isidore on the edge of Milton, and Cupitt’s Winery, on the back road between Ulladulla and Milton.

Friday evening October 30, their inaugural event took place with a packed house at the Mollymook Surf Club. It was ‘fine dining’ at its best with each restaurant serving one each of four dishes with accompanying wines.

Whales, whales & more whales

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Whales passing by Mollymook, a daily occurrence this past week

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Whale at Mollymook’s Golfie Surfing Reef

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Mollymook Beach Waterfront guests enjoyed this entertainment

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Whale watching on the South Coast

When it comes to whale watching, Australia is one of the best places in the world to see these beautiful mammals in the wild. There are at least 45 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises found in the waters around Australia with the numbers of whales migrating along the NSW South Coast growing each year reports Tourism NSW

Tourist e-news July – Sept 2015

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Tourist e-news – Mollymook Milton Ulladulla, July – Sept 2015

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St Isidore Restaurant, awarded a ‘Star’

St Isidore’s restaurant in rural Milton NSW was one of five NSW Regional restaurants to be awarded a star in the recent Gourmet Traveller, 2016 Australian Restaurant Guide .

The restaurant is owned and operated by Jo and Alex Delly. Tasters for the magazine snuck into the Milton restaurant back in April to sample the food without the knowledge of the owners. Their dedication to exploring the best local produce certainly impressed the judges.

Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide.

The SMH ‘Good Food’ Guide awarded St Isidore’s restaurant a ‘Hat’ the following week for their exceptional foods using local produce.

‘Time Out’ Weekend Planner article:

The recent ‘Time Out’ planner wrote: A nice option for lunch is St Isidore just outside Milton. Again, this place is all about locality, with ingredients grown in their stunning gardens (take a wander through after your meal). Heat yourself up from the inside out with the crisp, melting confit duck leg. And the warm chocolate tart with roasted peanut ice cream will have you moving down here in a shot, it’s that amazing.

Details: Phone: (02) 4455 7261 Read what the ‘Foodies’ say about their experience at St Isidore’s RestaurantSt Isidore Restaurant

Surfing – Bike riding – Wineries – Theatre

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Surfing – Bike riding – Wineries – Theatre

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Paul conquers this monster – Friday Sept. 25

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September ended with majestic swells that beckoned all types of water activity.