Mollymook Beach Waterfront
"Mollymook Beach Waterfront - Picture taken from your deck"
The ‘Terms and Conditions’ applicable to all bookings at Mollymook Beach Waterfront are clearly recorded on the back of each receipt as well as here on the web site for the benefit of guests prior to making their booking. These ‘Terms and Conditions’are set out (above) to ensure all guests have a lovely stay in our private accommodation free from parties and groups.
Mollymook ocean swimming
The ocean swimmers at Mollymook are not an organised group but simply a number of local Mollymook Milton Ulladulla citizens joined by numerous other ocean swimmers holidaying in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area who enjoy an ocean swim each morning. They meet at the Mollymook Surf Club – 6.45 am week days & 7.00 am – weekends. There is no water safety, each person chooses individually whether or not to swim in the prevailing conditions and if so the distance they swim and understand they swim at their own risk. Most endeavour to swim in pairs or groups and numbers vary from 4 to 6 in the winter to say 40 during summer. Link to Mollymook Ocean Swimming Posts
Local e-new releases produced for Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla Tourism by Mollymook News Editor; Ken Banks
Mollymook Ocean Swimmers
Heather in ‘Neverland’ some claim a fictional place of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys and others.
Heather experiences ‘heaven on earth’, shear peace and tranquility on this idyllic morning in the ocean at Mollymook beach in a balmy 23c with birds flying above and the sun beginning to appear from behind the clouds.
The rest of the swimmers swam up to the reef whereas other enjoyed the short course to the southern end and return.
Dolphins viewed from Mollymook Accommodation & Guest Review
Accommodation in Mollymook Beach Waterfront
Guest Review posted on TripAdvisor for Mollymook Beach Waterfront Accommodation: WOW!
Wow, just wow! What a great place to stay and recharge tired batteries! This was our first visit and it was beyond our expectations. From the welcoming courtyard to the amazing views, cosy comfortable immaculately kept apartment and that very very generous complimentary hamper provided – it was all that we needed it to be. Ken and June are amazing hosts and very friendly. There was a great folder of information on the area, restaurants etc, and information on how to use all the appliances. We stayed in the Whale Watch unit with uninterrupted views of the ocean from the lounge room, and the private balcony. We saw whales and dolphins on each day we were there, and enjoyed a very pleasant easy walk around the water’s edge. Mollymook is a lovely little town, but we didn’t really venture out – the apartment was everything we had hoped for, so we stayed there and just enjoyed the views. We will be back for another visit. We highly recommend Mollymook Beach Waterfront. Thank you Ken and June for providing such a great getaway haven.
Mollymook surf breaks: Kamikaze Reef break & Crystal’s reef break
At Mollymook Beach Waterfront one can enjoy the the big wave riders challenge at the Mollymook Kamikaze reef break & the Mollymook Crystals reef break.
Both surf breaks offer an exhilarating experience for seasoned surfers and neither are for the faint heart. Conditions require a strong southerly swell for optimum waves.
Guests at Mollymook Beach Waterfront can enjoy the fabulous views and action.
(These pics were taken at a distance due to the huge surf conditions. Nonetheless you can get the feel for what these ‘Dare Devils’ were taking on.)
2017 NSW TOURISM AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED
Mollymook Beach Waterfront was today announced as a finalists for the 2017 NSW Tourism Awards.
Managed by the Tourism Industry division of the NSW Business Chamber and supported by the NSW Government via Destination NSW, the NSW Tourism Awards celebrate and acknowledge tourism businesses that demonstrate outstanding achievement throughout the year.
Complimentary mentoring was available to all entrants in 2017, with entrants being offered one-on-one feedback on their draft submissions to gain valuable feedback from industry professionals prior to entries closing. Other entrant support tools including regional and metro workshops and webinars were provided to assist entrants throughout the Awards process.
Executive Manager, Tourism Industry Division, NSW Business Chamber, Dean Gorddard said “Success in the Tourism Awards doesn’t depend on whether an operator is big or small. It depends on their vision, achieving their business goals and, as a result, the excellent way their tourism product or service is finally delivered. Congratulations to all the finalists for articulating their business and story so well.”
In 2017, there are 100 finalists across 26 categories recognising excellence from a range of tourism areas such as Tourist Attractions, Festival and Events, Ecotourism, Destination Marketing, Accommodation, Tourism Education and Training.
Minister for Tourism and Major Events Adam Marshall said the NSW Government was proud to support the Awards.
“The NSW Tourism Awards present a fantastic opportunity to recognise the high-quality products and world-class experiences consistently delivered by our industry, and I wish all the finalists the best of luck,” Mr Marshall said.
Winners will be announced at the NSW Tourism Awards Presentation Night on Thursday 16 November at International Convention Centre, Sydney.
Winners from 25 aligned national categories will then represent NSW at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards on Friday 23 February 2018 in Perth.
Gohotels.com – Customer Service Award
Mollymook Beach Waterfront has received an Outstanding Service Award from Gohotels.com
Awards are presented to selected establishments who consistently achieve a high customer review ratings.
Mollymook Beach Waterfront’s ratings in the following categories were:
Congratulations to Mollymook Beach Waterfront on this achievement of excellence.
Your award is a sign of success that you can share with the world and a thank you from your guests.