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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Lady Elliott Is. & Issi’s Mollymook Birthday


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Welcome rainbow as we approached Lady Elliott Island

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The Airstrip is the length of Lady Elliott Island


2018 Mollymook Ocean Swim Classic


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2018 Mollymook Ocean Swim Group (Photo shoot: Raymondo AWL)


The 2018 Mollymook Ocean swim was conducted in idyllic swimming conditions. 170 swimmers contested the 2.2 km main event. The overall male winner was Cormac Guthrie in a time of 24 min 22 sec whilst the first female home was Jordan White in a time of 25 min 42 sec. 

Click on the link: Mollymook Surf Club Facebook page.  See side bar menu and choose Photos. (See the Album for the 269 images posted)

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..


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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Easter Weekend – Ulladulla & Mollymook


Ulladulla’s Blessing of the Fleet – Parade of Princesses


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Ulladulla, Blessing of the Fleet ‘Street Parade’

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No not a Princess, just Dame Edna John being blown a kiss.


The ‘Blessing of the Fleet’ Festival began today in glorious sunshine with the Milton Ulladulla ExServo’s Club Parade. The Princes Highway was packed with an enthusiastic crowd of well wishers. A number of Scottish Bands took part in the parade among a host of floats each carrying a beautiful Princess.

The history of the Blessing of the Fleet goes back to its first staging in 1956. Most of the Fishing Trawlers decorate their boats for the ceremony which is afterwards followed by many family activities.