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Citrus Catering, Meals delivered during lock-down.

 

Citrus Catering – 5 Star Menu, delivered for Fathers Day. (Meals on Wheels)

 

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Meals delivered to your home during ‘lock-down’

Citrus Catering – canapés: (L to R) 1) Yellow Fin Tuna, 2) Chipotle Crab Taco,  3) Caramelised Beetroot, Fetta, Walnut Tartlet and 4) Peking Duck Pancake. 10/10 for taste, variety and presentation. These canapes rank with the best I have ever previously enjoyed. They were amazing and we were able to enjoy them in the luxury of our own home.

 

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Dr Katie serving in the Outback

 

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Dr Katie visits communities by plane or via her RFDS Prado!

 

Dr Katie, medical locum, GP for the Royal Flying Doctors (RFDS)

Broken Hill 2021

Katie shares her recent experience with the Mollymook Ocean swimmers: “For the past two years I have travelled to Broken Hill to do a short medical locum as a GP for the Royal Flying Doctors (RFDS). I love remote locations and find the landscape inspiring and transformative. The red dirt, the big skies and the people who live in places like the outback make becoming a FIFO doctor exciting. 

Broken Hill is a heritage listed city built on the back of BHP mining (Broken Hill Propriety Company who mine for lead, zinc and silver). In contrast to the mining history there is also a thriving art community and there are now more art galleries than pubs in Broken Hill! As an RFDS doctor I also get to meet the families living and working on the agricultural stations – from graziers to shearers to governesses to roo shooters. Apart from medicine, I have a lot of learning opportunities including learning about crutching and flystrike, goat farming, emu breeding and how to cook for 30 shearers (including breakfast, lunch, dinner and 2 x smokos a day). This diverse community includes descendants from the Afghan camel herders in the 1800s (some of whom run the fantastic Afghan Bakery named Sufi), there is a strong LGBQTI community which celebrate at Broken Hill’s equivalent of Sydney’s Mardi Gras- the annual “Broken Heel festival” and there is a thriving indigenous community and trips to the many national parks and art galleries are the best place to learn and reflect on our ancient culture.   

As a GP I am not flying across the outback doing emergency retrievals. Instead I travel to small communities and run GP clinics providing primary health care to communities. The RFDS Broken Hill Base covers a large geographical area including western NSW, eastern South Australia and southern Queensland. One day a week I do telemedicine where I speak with people on stations and help them manage their physical or mental health. I may recommend they use one of the medications supplied by the RFDS in a metal medicine chest with a padlock. It contains everything from morphine to antibiotics and antivirals to anaphylactics and more. In this job I need to check the area code and time zone before dialling. Broken Hill is on South Australian (SA) time and shares the SA area code so calls to other states and towns require a change of area code and factoring in varying time zones.

So what have the highlights been this year? A trip to Mungo National Park with Helen’s daughter Emma who joined us for a few nights. Mungo was amazing and well worth the trip. We camped in the desert, saw the “Walls of China” at sunset and spent time chasing after kangaroos. There have been many excellent pub meals and tastings of Broken Hill’s famous and unique delicacy – cheeseslaw. Think of coleslaw but replace the cabbage with grated cheese and this community thinks it is the perfect accompaniment to any meal. It is tasty on a toasted chicken sandwich. For women of the RFDS there is also Thursday “beer and schnitty” night at the pub. We eat chicken schnitzel, have drinks and discuss all things Broken Hill.

We have had a great time here and intend to come again next yea”r!        

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Valhalla Horse Riding, Things to do

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Valhalla Horse Riding, South Nowra

 

Valhalla Horse riding for Tourist staying in the Ulladulla / Mollymook area.

Located just 2 hours south of Sydney on the beautiful South Coast, you will find Valhalla Horse Riding and Farm Holidays. Valhalla is a family owned and run business for over 30 years offering you all could want in an extended family holiday, quiet weekend getaway, or just a fun day of activities out in the tranquil Australian bush. Valhalla is set on over 100 acres of native bushland on the banks of the Currambene Creek offering a picturesque and relaxed environment with something for everyone of every age to enjoy.

Valhalla horse riding is the closest location for Ulladulla and Mollymook horse riding enthusiast. It is located at Falls Creek approx. 50 km north along the highway from the Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation.

Contact details: Phone 4447 8320   Web: Valhalla Horse riding   Email: admin@valhallahorseriding.com.au  Address: Falls Road, Falls Creek.

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Mollymook Milton Ulladulla Dec 2020 e-news

 

Tourist News and Information for your planned Mollymook Milton Ulladulla, Year 2021 Holidays

 

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Lloyd looks over the burnt out ruins of his & wife Ruth’s home, January 2020

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2021 will be a ‘New Beginning’ for Lloyd & Ruth with the building of their ultra fire-proof new home.

Mollymook Milton Ulladulla welcomes tourist to a ‘New Beginning’ – Year 2021

What a year we have all endure throughout 2020. For us locals, the horror year began with the catastrophic fires that swept through this beautiful coastal resort area of Mollymook Milton Ulladulla. Lloyd (pictured) and wife Ruth, along with many others can attest too this catastrophic event with the loss of their homes, all their beloved personal belongings, photo albums, computers and so much more. In most cases all that they had left were the clothes they were wearing as they fled for their lives. February saw the Lake Conjola area flooded from torrential rain. This was followed by the harsh economic fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic upon local tourism related businesses and employment. Needless to say, the challenges of 2020 have been well documented and like Lloyd and Ruth, we look forward to a ‘New Beginning’ and plan a better year 2021.

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Memorable moments: Mollymook Ocean Swimmers

 

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Ulladulla Graduation 2020, Jamie, Dani and Jack

 

Swimmers share in this memorable occasion: Their young adult children graduating – Ulladulla High School 2020

 

Moni, John and Tracy, Robbie and Simone, Jo and Ian were among the many parents at the Civic Centre / Ulladulla Harbour to witness the joy and jubilation being shared among all the 2020 Ulladulla High School graduates. The youngsters were dressed to the hilt in some amazing eye catching outfits. They looked stunning as they lined up either in groups or with parents for some beautiful photo shoots using the harbour as a background. Whilst it was an overcast afternoon, we were still able to get some lovely photos.

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Bird Life – Ulladulla Headland and Harbour

 

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Black Glossy Cockatoo female

 

Bird Life – Ulladulla ‘Warden Head’ Lighthouse area and the Harbour Foreshores

 

The ‘Bird Life’ captured in these images were taken primarily in the Warden Head area and a lesser few at the Ulladulla Harbour and Foreshore area’s. Easy walking along the ‘Warden Head Cultural Tracks’ with an array of local coastal bird life enjoyed on the south side of Warden Head lighthouse. Very scenic area for bird watching and in addition you can enjoy dolphins on the eastern sea-board side and whales during their migrating season. As you edge your way south along these cultural tracks and head slightly to the west, you get magnificent views of Pigeon House mountain in the distance and surf board riders to the south.

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Dining at the Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club

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Casual dining, bistro and restaurant meals at the Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club

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Distinguished Chef Ryan Smith

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Menu at the Bowling Club

 

Highly acclaimed chef Ryan Smith has taken charge of the bistro and restaurant at this Bowling Club. Originally from South Australia, Mr Smith lived and worked in London from 2004 to 2012 including as part of an event catering team that cooked for celebrities and royals. He also worked in a two-star Michelin restaurant as pastry chef and was part of the opening team for Bill Granger’s London restaurant in Notting Hill. He came back to Australia in 2012 where he continued with event catering including a Mother’s Day lunch ­organised by Miranda Kerr. 

Phone: 02 4454 3600      Address: 68 / 74 St Vincent Street, Ulladulla      Web Site: Menu – Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club

Opening hours: ‘The Greens Brasserie’,    Café 10.am to 5.pm   –   Lunch / Dinner 12.00 to 2.30 pm and 5.30 to 8.30pm

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Swimmers trip to Broken Hill and Beyond

 

Go WEST Young Man, West, like to Broken Hill

 

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The gang arrive at the Silverton Hotel

 

It has been a memorable trip thus far, other than Pat and Louise hitting an Emu at about 100 kms / hour, only slight damage to their vehicle.

On many occasions I had wished I could have gone on the group bike rides organised by Bobby and later by Heather and John L. Now I have done it (on this road trip) and it has been a wonderful experience. Being time poor I have just included a few pics to convey the beauty we have enjoyed throughout this trip thus far.

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Welcome Spring: Mollymook Milton Ulladulla

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Welcome to Spring in Mollymook Milton Ulladulla.

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A new beginning (we hope) as Spring arrives in Mollymook Milton Ulladulla

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Spring has arrived here in Mollymook Milton Ulladulla, a Southern Right Whale and calf swim so close to Mollymook Beach, sightseers lined up along the walk way (keeping social distance) it was an incredible sight. At the Ulladulla harbour we had our seal waiting to be fed, blossoms springing up everywhere and the birds nesting. A Beautiful sight considering the year we have just experienced, bush fire, floods then the corona pandemic. As a local it has almost been ‘life in a majestic and beautiful area’ other than obeying all the guidelines associated with the pandemic and hoping that visitors are being vigilant and considerate, taking to heart the guidelines put out by NSW Health Dept. 

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Eating at Home-holidays: Fine Dining style

 

Enjoy eating at home in your holiday accommodation – Fine Dining Style

 

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Fine Dining Style, eating at home in your holiday accommodation

 

During this COVID-19 pandemic period many holiday makers are choosing to eat at home in their holiday accommodation whilst here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.

 

Citrus Catering is highly recommended. For more details refer to their Web site: Citrus Catering   Phone: Jonny Staples. 0411 223 655

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Eating at home on holiday’s – Delicatessens

 

Enjoy eating at home in your holiday accommodation – Delicatessen supplies

 

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Delicatessen food: Eating at home in your holiday accommodation

 

The local Deli’s offer a variety of foods already prepared or requiring little preparation for serving, that include cooked meats, cheese, salads, and the like suitable during this COVID-19 pandemic period for the many holiday makers who are choosing to eat at home in their holiday accommodation whilst here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.

Suggestions:

The ‘Woodburn Deli’ details, Address: 80 Tallwood Ave. Mollymook Link: Woodburn Deli    Phone: (02) 4454 2715

Deli’s at Aldi, Coles and Woolworths’ details, Address: Each in Boree St, Ulladulla. 

Milton IGA Deli details, Address: 84 – 86 Princes Hwy. Milton. Web: The Milton IGA    Phone: (02) 4455 1233

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Eating at home on holiday: Japanese Cuisine

 

Enjoy eating at home in your holiday accommodation – Japanese Cuisine

 

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Japanese Cuisine, eating at home in your holiday accommodation

 

Japanese – Restaurant ‘Tanoshi’ provides ‘Take-away’ during this COVID-19 pandemic period for the many holiday makers who are choosing to eat at home in their holiday accommodation whilst here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.

 

Opening hours and details click on their Facebook page link: Tanoshi Japanese Restaurant      

Address: 107/109 Princes Hwy, Ulladulla.            Phone: (02) 4455 6937

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Eating at home on holiday’s – Asian Cuisine

 

Enjoy eating at home on your holiday accommodation – Chinese & Thai 

 

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Chinese & Thai meal’s for eating at home in your holiday accommodation

 

During this COVID-19 pandemic period many holiday makers are choosing to eat at home in their holiday accommodation whilst here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.

 

The Harbourside Asian Restaurant offer ‘Take-away’ and ‘Home delivery’ on their Facebook page during this pandemic period.

Opening hours and details click on their Facebook page link: Harbourside Asian Restaurant   

Address: 7/22 Wason St, Ulladulla.        Phone: (02) 4455 6959

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Eating at home on holidays: South American

 

Enjoy eating at home in your holiday accommodation – South American Cuisine

 

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South American Cuisine, eating at home in your holiday accommodation

 

‘The RUSE’ provides a South American style cuisine for ‘Take-away’ during this COVID-19 pandemic period for the many holiday makers who are choosing to eat at home in their holiday accommodation whilst here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.

 

For more details: Address: 5/84 Princes Hwy, Ulladulla Web link: The RUSE, Restaurant    Phone: (02) 4454 0894  

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Eating at home on holidays: Italian Cuisine

 

Enjoy eating at home in your holiday accommodation – Italian Cuisine

 

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Italian Cuisine, eating at home in your holiday accommodation

 

Carlo’s Italian Cuisine – Restaurant provides ‘Take-away’ during this COVID-19 pandemic period for the many holiday makers who are choosing to eat at home in their holiday accommodation whilst here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.

 

For more details: Address: 18 Wason St, Ulladulla Web link: Carlos’s Italian Restaurant    Phone: (02) 4455 2443