Where is Mollymook?
Mollymook is a small piece of paradise just a few hours drive south of Sydney and Canberra. Bordered on its western side by the Princes Highway (A1) and by the sea to the east, Mollymook is the jewel of the Shoalhaven region. Why just visit one of the New South Wales south coast’s most beautiful beaches when you could live there? This tiny enclave is home to just over 1,000 people and Ulladulla to the south, is just a few minutes away for all major conveniences. There are public transport services coming from Ulladulla that connect to city trains at Bomaderry station about an hour north of Ulladulla’s town centre.
Living in Mollymook
If a seaside retreat is what you were yearning for, then you will definitely find it in Mollymook. With the 2 kilometres of pristine waters and sands that are Mollymook Beach at your doorstep, it will be hard to tear yourself away for holidays elsewhere.
The beach is the key attraction here, offering peace and tranquillity. While Ulladulla is just a short drive away to access major retailers, good shopping facilities, dining and entertainment. There are also weekly farmers markets in Ulladulla and Nowra, offering locally grown produce that is a functional as well as social activity for Shoalhaven locals.
The three towns of Mollymook Beach, Mollymook and Ulladulla all have great school facilities from early childhood to adult education as well as sports and leisure options such as golf courses, sporting grounds, Ulladulla Funland and of course the beach!
Things to See and Do in Mollymook
Mollymook’s key attraction is its 2 kilometres of dazzling white beach, with great picnic and swimming spots and good wave conditions for surfers and boogie boards. Good snorkelling and swimming can be found at Bogey Hole – a natural pool near the headland and of course, fishing is also popular in Mollymook – things to do
tend to focus around the sea.
With a strong local commercial fishing industry in the region, seafood is always the special of the day at many Mollymook restaurants. UK celebrity chef Rick Stein’s restaurant at Bannisters has become a big local drawcard with fresh regional seafood served daily, along with postcard views of Mollymook Beach.
Mollymook’s southern coastal location makes it an ideal spot for dolphin spotting and whale migration watching. If you need a little more action with your scenery then take in a round or two of golf at Mollymook or Hilltop golf courses, or a game of bowls at the Mollymook Beach Bowling Club
Mollymook real estate is always interesting – almost all of the houses in Mollymook for sale
or for rent
, have location on their side. Because the town covers such a small area, the beach and local facilities are literally minutes away for everyone. Properties range from beachfront million dollar ‘shacks’ to bushland family retreats, or homes nestled amongst the lush surrounds of the golf courses. Mollymook rentals
are more often than not charming and reasonably priced, considering their size and ideal positioning.
If you are interested in learning more about the kind of real estate Mollymook has to offer, or what it’s like to buy property in Mollymook
, why not call, email or drop in to First National Ulladulla
? They can offer helpful up to date advice about the local market including houses for rent in Mollymook
or run you through the current houses for sale in Mollymook