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Mollymook Beach, a surfing mecca for tourist


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Dolphin display at Mollymook Beach


Sydney tourist fall in love with Mollymook.


Tourist from Sydney staying at Mollymook posted their January 2023 review on Google mentioning the “gorgeous view of the ocean where we saw both surfers and dolphins riding the waves”. They enjoyed every minute of their stay, not only the beach but the many other places to visit in the surrounding areas on their trip as well as the fantastic local restaurants. 

On departure, they wrote saying; Yes, we will definitely be back!

For an extensive list of things to do in the Mollymook, Milton Ulladulla area, click on the link: Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla



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Travelling Film Festival


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Travelling Film Festival, Ulladulla’ s Arcadia Twin Cinema’s

Travelling Film Festival, Ulladulla (regional tour of the Sydney Film Festival), will be presenting on March 5, 6 & 7, – Arcadia Twin Cinemas.

The program will showcase six acclaimed feature films and two superb documentaries, direct from this year’s Sydney Film Festival Summer Season and other major international festivals.

Patrons will get to watch on the big screen, the local premieres of all the extraordinary films on our program, said Sanam Rodrigues, Travelling Film Festival Manager.

Headlining the programme is Girls Can’t Surf, the brand new Australian documentary, an awe-inspiring true story that follows rebellious female surfers, from Australia and beyond, who took on the male-dominated professional surfing world in a fight for recognition and equality. Special guest for the night is World Champion Surfer and Mollymook local, Pam Burridge, who will stay for a Q&A after the film on 5 March, 7pm. Other stories from around the globe include Nordic Director Thomas Vinterberg’s award winning film Another Round, featuring the superb Mads Mikkelsen (The Hunt, Hannibal); Sundance Film Festival’s Italian story The Truffle Hunters; A Son, winner at Venice Film Festival and set in Tunisia; plus Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom, direct from Berlinale 2020, this gem from Bhutan was beautifully shot in the high-altitude peaks of the Himalayas. Also included in the program is TFF’s box office hit, The Perfect Candidate, directed by Saudi Arabia’s first female director Haifaa Al-Mansour; and The People Upstairs, the Spanish star-studded hilarious comedy about two couples, who come together for an evening filled with shocking revelations and awkward moments.

Tickets are now on sale. Can book direct at the Arcadia Cinema or on-line at ‘Travelling Film Festival’ (

Patrons can watch as many films as they want and save up to 30% with a Full Subscription! Capacity is strictly limited. Program below.



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Surfers Unite for Suicide Awareness


Former Pro-Circuit Surfers Unite to Raise Awareness about Suicide


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This past Saturday August 24, a group of former pro-circuit surfers visited Ulladulla in an endeavour to raise awareness in our local community about suicide. The event organiser was Kurt Nyholm of Akwa Surf shop assisted by Garth Dickenson on behalf of the Ulladulla Board riders club. The surf activity was a tag team event featuring some of the great former Australian surfers and a few young locals who each demonstrated their incredible board handling skills. The event was well attended and much appreciated by the local community.

Held in glorious sunshine with a beautiful surf break operating at the ‘Golf Course’ surfing reef. The surfers thrilled the crowd of onlookers who responded, hand clapping some of their exceptional exploits on the waves.

At the conclusion of the tag team events, surfers young and old packed the Bannister’s Pavilion Hotel entertaining deck, listening to heart felt messages whereby some retired surfers shared their real life experiences dealing with anxiety, depression and even attempted suicide as they struggled to adapt to life after their touring days had ended. When Garth gave his heartfelt real life experience of almost ending his own life, Kurt mentioned “there was hardly a dry eye in the audience”. 


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