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Whale Watching Mollymook Beach Waterfront

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Whale Watching at Mollymook Beach Waterfront Accommodation

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Mollymook Whale watching is best during the September – October period when they are returning with their calves heading south. At this time of the year it is not uncommon for them to put on a lovely display in front of the Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation to the delight of tourist / guests. 

During their journey north during June and July they are still obvious but usually a little further out to sea and not performing as they normally do on their return journey in September – October as they continue their migration along the NSW coastline.

Pics taken in front of Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation. 

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 October 

Now is the best time to witness these majestic creatures. At present there are 100’s of whales moving south with their calves in plain view from our Mollymook accommodation facilities.

This morning 12 were counted in the space of an hour frolicking in the waters off Mollymook Beach. So I paddled out on my surf ski and sat in awe of these gentle giants, I took numerous pictures as you can see on this page which are also presently on display in the Mollymook News

Accommodation at Mollymook Beach Waterfront, guests can relax on their private deck or sit inside and enjoy uninterrupted ocean views of the whales during their migrating season and dolphins and board riders surfing the Mollymook Reef Break.

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Alternatively should guests wish to get “up front & personal” they receive 20% discount off their fare to cruise Jervis Bay on board Dolphin Watch Cruises.

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Mollymook News and Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla web editor is Ken Banks, operator of the award winning 4 1/2 star Mollymook Beach Waterfront accommodation.