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Mollymook is a seaside settlement dating back to the 1850s and named after the Mollymawk, a type of albatross. The main beach is sheltered and good for swimming and for surfers, a short drive north to Bannisters Point and Narrawallee Beach will offer excellent surf conditions.

One of Mollymooks best natural features is the ‘Bogey Hole’, a large rock pool located on Mollymook Headland. The Hole is a tidal pool and an ideal location for families with young children. It offers safe snorkelling and is a great spot for a picnic day out.

You can easily walk around the headland from the southern end of Mollymook Beach to the Bogey Hole and Collers Beach or drive to its car park via Mollymook’s Beachside Golf Course.

Accommodation is available in B & B’s, Caravan Park, Motels & self contained holiday homes.

Other towns in the area:

Nearest Airport: Moruya


  • Beach

Popular Activities

  • Beach
  • Drive
  • Swimming
  • Surfing
  • Golfing

About Mollymook

  • Locality: Suburb
  • Mollymook Postcode: 2539
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: South Coast
  • Latitude: -35.33932
  • Longitude: 150.47423
  • Elevation: 8m
  • Population: 1083
  • Median Income: $28912
  • Area (Sq/km): 1.465
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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