Mollymook Ulladulla Beach and Local Walks
The local Mollymook, Ulladulla, Milton area has some lovely easy walks.
Suitable for relaxation, exercise, or to simply just enjoy the stunning local coastline, there is a walk to suit all.
Mollymook to the Narrawallee Inlet entrance and return
One of my favourite walks along Mollymook beach to Banister Head Road, and almost opp. Anker Street take the track marked down onto the southern end of Narrawallee beach, & walk to North end Inlet entrance. Can return via beach or road. On your return journey you may wish to take Mitchell Parade winding around Bannisters Point. (Allow 2 hours)
Mollymook Bannister Headland Rainforest Walk.
(3ha, 500m) Located at end of Cliff Road, off Mitchell Pde.
Bogey Hole walk.
(1 km return) This walk is a favourite for Mollymook Beach Waterfront guests. It is a very picturesque walk, however if it’s high tide you may have some rocks to navigate. Commence in front of the Golf Club Restaurant, follow pathway south onto beach, around southern point/rocks, see bogey hole, surf-board riders at “Golf course reef”. (Can detour at car park and return following the road up & through the golf course)
Bogey Hole / Collers Beach to Ulladulla walk.
Continue on from car park across Collers Beach and take either the 1st or 2nd set of steps, veer through park to Burrill St Nth. and down into Ulladulla. (This route from Golf Club to Ulladulla and return is approx. 2 km)
(4 km return) Walking is best at low tide, relax listening to the sounds of the ocean. Alternate route along Mitchell Parade walkway.
“One Track for All”.
(1 km return, 30 to 40 min.) Enter from Burrill St > Nth into Dolphin St. “One Track for All” was designed and constructed by the Budawang Aboriginal Landcare Group, Has 4 viewing platforms, carvings, signs and sculptures that tell the history of the Ulladulla area from an Aboriginal perspective. (2kms, dog friendly)
Coomee Nulunga Track.
The Coomee Nulunga Walking Track is named after the last recorded survivor of the Murramarang tribe. The walk features a diverse array of plant life and many species of birds can be observed whilst walking along the track. During the whale season the walk provides many lookouts to spot the passing mammals.
Entrance to the walk is located opposite the Sports Oval off Deering Street, Ulladulla. (2.3kms of track)
South Pacific Headland Reserve
(1.5 km track, 30 min) Turn off Princes Hwy (before Ex Servo’s club) & travel to far end of Dowling Street. Walk covers 14 hectares of scenic flora and fauna. Rare plants & an estimated 90 bird species.
Ulladulla to Burrill Lake beach walk.
(est. 6 km one way) Something different and adventurous. Choose low tide and most of the walk will be along the beach navigating some rocks with a little climbing. (Check bus timetable & catch bus or taxi back from Burrill.)
Mollymook > Burrill Lake to Lake Tabourie.
One of my favourite walks following the coast-line. Prepare your self with map/directions, a bus timetable for your return journey and pre-order a packed lunch from Gav’s Deli at the Plaza Ulladulla for pick-up en route. (Best when tide is low for the beach walk from Rennies travelling south, take costumes to cross the lake entrance). (allow 4 to 6 hours)
Millards Creek Walk.
(1.8 km track, 20 to 30 min.) Very pretty walk, reasonably flat, can begin at Ulladulla Bowling club & follow Millards creek until you reach Village Drive. Can then walk across the Hwy and down Boag Street to the Mollymook Golf Club.
Mollymook Golf Club to Mollymook Shopping Centre.
A pleasant walk, begin in front of the golf club follow the pathway north and continue along the beach or Mitchell Parade to the Tallwood Rd shopping centre. IGA, Deli., Bakery, Liquor shop, Chemist, Takeaway. (½ hour either way.)
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Ken Banks, Mollymook Beach Waterfront: Editor for Mollymook News and Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla