Australia Day 2016 celebrated in traditional Mollymook Style
Mollymook Beach with the empty market area in the back ground
Keeping dry from the overnight torrential rain in a ‘New age’ Caravan
The Mollymook Australia Day Festival was cancelled due to overnight torrential rain which flooded the Mollymook Beach reserve causing organisers to cancel the formalities, entertainment and market stalls.
Once the rain had cleared by mid morning the locals kept their traditional Australia day celebrations ‘Mollymook Style’ down at Mollymook beach with their family enjoying the surf, sun and sand accompanied by their traditional mid-day BBQ.
South Coast Wine Show 2016 – Held at the Mollymook Golf Club
Chief Judge: David Morris of Morris Wines, Rutherglen
Nick O’Leary of O’Leary Wines, Lake George – Bungendore
The 17th annual South Coast Wine Show was opened to public tasting on Friday January 22 following judging that took place the previous day. Wines from the South Coast Zone included the Shoalhaven Coast & Southern Highlands. The judging panel of three was chaired by David Morris of Morris Wines, Rutherglen.
The Wine Show winners were announced on the night and chief judge David Morris gave a summary of the judging. Local Unicorn cheese and gourmet sandwiches were available and Ulladulla High School duet ‘Hannah and Monica’ took to the stage with some special background music.
111 entries were received from 13 vineyards and wineries. 60 Medals were awarded in total that included 8 Gold, 10 Silver and 42 Bronze.
Mollymook Surf Club Members Excel at Branch Surf Championships
The Invincibles: Mon, Chez, Simone & Tracy
Rob & Simone’s daughter Chloe – Junior Lifesaver of the Year
Mollymook Surf Club members traveled to Shellharbour on Sunday January 17 for the South Coast Branch Surf Championships. The Nippers did very well as reported in the Ulladulla Times newspaper, but not to be overlooked was the incredible performance of its Junior and Senior members.
Erratic weather patterns along the NSW Coastline.
Huge storms clouds welcome the day (Pic credit Dick M)
Ending with majestic sunsets (Pic credit Dick M)
Dick was spending time at his holiday house North Mollymook and rather than swim or board ride, he sat back with a coffee capturing these magnificent images during the last week or two as Mollymook experienced some erratic weather albeit not on the scale as elsewhere in the state.
Mollymook Weather, Dolphin’s and a Big Surf
Wednesday evening the rain begins to abate.
Thursday morning the Mollymook Dolphins on show
It was Wednesday evening when the rains began to abate and a glimmer of sun light emerged in the night sky around 8.30 pm reflecting the possibility of a better tomorrow weather wise.
Thursday was magnificent, albeit still occasional showers, we awoke to a big surf running out front of the Mollymook Surf Club. Training was abandoned by the ski and board team in lieu of getting out among the big waves for some fun. Then to top off a glorious morning whilst enjoying a coffee at the Mollymook Beach Hut Cafe, the dolphins arrived to provide entertainment as they began ‘body surfing’ the waves.
Bannisters Pavilion Rooftop Bar
Open to the public from 12.00 noon daily.
Enjoy wine, cocktails, a variety of craft beers & light snacks.
Light snacks see ‘Daily Specials’ board. Plates are designed for sharing.
Sample snacks include: Bar Bites, i.e. nuts, marinated olives, etc. Small Bites i.e. sliders, calamari, etc. Big Bites i.e. BBQ Chicken, Char grilled rib eye steak, etc. plus a selection of Salads, Sides & Deserts.
Map & address: 87 Tallwood Avenue, Mollymook
Phone: (02) 4455 3044 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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New Years Day Celebrations Mollymook Style
4-Km swimmers, group pic
2-Km swimmers, group pic
The annual Mollymook ‘length of beach’ swim was undertaken in glorious conditions. Word had traveled far and wide with out of town swimmers making phone contact days before the swim to check start times and OK to join the peloton. This year we had a record number of 49 swimmers taking part with 20 swimmers doing the entire 4 Km return journey and an additional 29 swimmers completing the 2 Km ‘length of beach’ swim. The ocean was crystal clear with only the slightest breeze on the return journey.