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Mollymook Ocean Swimmers, Ladies night out.


Mollymook Ocean Swimmers, 2022 Ladies night out.


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Mollymook Ocean Swimmers, 2022-Ladies. (Pic credit Simone)


‘Ladies night out, Mollymook Ocean Swimmers’.

Sue writes; “After much excitement and anticipation the night had finally arrived : the Annual Girls Night Out for the Mollymook Ocean Swimmers. Despite not being the balmy summer’s evening one would expect the cool and blustery conditions did not dampen the spirits and fun of the nineteen happy partygoers.

A lovely night of chatter, laughter, reminiscences and friendship, enhanced by pizza and assorted cool drinks, was enjoyed by all gathered on Bannister Headland.

Meanwhile, on Narrawallee Headland the boys had gathered for a night to rival the girls festivities. Beer and wine flowed, enhanced by a terrific BBQ and salads supplied by the Hospitable Host Ian McLeod.

It is truly such a unique and special blessing to be a part of the Mollymook Ocean Swimmers – whether as a die-hard swimmer or as a friend or partner of these crazy year round swimmers. Nights like this bring it home and reflect the strong and enduring friendships amongst the swimmers. 

Thank you and a Merry Christmas to all”.

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Annette Chapman named Local Woman of the year Award


Woman of the year Award

Annette Chapman has been an integral member of the Southern Shoalhaven community for decades.

Her Fire & Rescue service of over 20 years has included prevention and training – conducting home fire safety checks for the elderly and disabled, visits to local organisations to deliver the fire safety message. Her dedication to volunteering with Surf Life Saving as an active patrol member, trainer, assessor and committee stalwart is second to none, her assistance and knowledge continues to ensure Mollymook SLSC is one of the most efficient and successful in NSW. Annette is an outstanding nomination for the South Coast Woman of the Year award and this is a well deserved accolade.

Shelley Hancock our local State Parliament member wrote: Annette Chapman is being celebrated with a Local Woman of the Year Award in recognition of the significant contribution she has made to the South Coast community and congratulated Annette on the honour, acknowledging her hard work for the region with an unflagging passion to make the South Coast a better place.

Minister for Women Bronnie Taylor congratulated the State’s Local Women of the Year Award recipients.

“These women are the backbone of their communities, volunteering their time and energy to make a positive difference,” she said.

“I would like to acknowledge their significant efforts to support their local communities and thank them for all the amazing work they do.”

The Local Woman of the Year Awards are one way the NSW Government celebrates the achievements of women as part of International Women’s Day on March 8 2022.

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Annette Chapman (Pic used with permission)

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Wedding Reception – Mollymook Surf Club


Wedding Reception

Mollymook Surf Club


The Mollymook Surf Club’s “Oceans Function Centre” is a premier function venue with sweeping views of beautiful Mollymook Beach. This sparkling waterfront location with breathtaking ocean views, a space with an abundance of privacy, will leave you captivated.


Be surrounded by elegance and romance at Oceans Function Centre. Beautifully set by the beach, Oceans Function Centre has everything to make your wedding day absolutely wonderful. The perfect place for your perfect day.

Mollymook Surf Club’s “Oceans Function Centre” will seat up to 150 people.
For further details visit the Mollymook Surf Club web site.  


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Mollymook excel at Surf Club Championships

Following a week of heavy rainfall, the sun shone in all its splendor on Sat February 4, at Shellharbour for the holding of the 2012 South Coast branch Surf Life Saving championships.

Not only did the sun shine, so too did the Mollymook surf club competitors who won numerous races. Perhaps the most exciting win was by the Under 15 board relay team. Led by Angus Curry, he set up a nice lead during the first leg followed by Holly Munday who was up against the boys. Holly paddled her heart out, caught and rode a nice wave to maintain the lead for Lewis Betts to maintain throughout the 3rd leg to come home easy winners. Great individual efforts were also recorded by Tarryn Love winning the U 15 beach sprint and flags, Michelle Howard in the U 17 & open female beach sprint, Angus Curry 1st in the U 15 board race, Tony Ireland Over 30’s board race & Ken Banks in the Over 50’s iron man and surf race.

Team events saw Mollymook home first in the March Past, 1st in the Taplin (Tony Ireland, Keith Purves & Greg Stratford), 1st in the Ski relay (Tony Ireland, Paul Burton & Greg Stratford)

A full list of result will appear in the local Times paper on Wednesday courtesy of Tracy Betts and Tony Ireland. 

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Mollymook Surf Club Boat Carnival

The Mollymook surf club held a successful 3rd round of the Warilla Bowls South Coast Boat series on Saturday. The surf conditions were ideal and a good crowd was on hand for some very competitive competition. Waterfront overseas guests from the UK as well as their interstate guests thoroughly enjoyed the action. Unofficial results were:

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