Mollymook Beach is not the only attraction for people visiting our local area. The surrounding areas of Mollymook are filled with a long list of activities that do not involve the beach.
Milton is home to a wonderful selection of eating houses, arts and crafts shops and of course home to the wonderful historic Milton Theatre that hosts an enormous number of live shows all year round.
Cupitt’s Winery is 5 minutes from Mollymook and host wine festivals, jazz in the vines and growers markets.
Mollymook has not one but two golf courses – a nine course directly opposite Mollymook Shores Motel with spectacular views and the famous 18 hole Hilltop course – this magnificent course presents a challenge to even the low handicappers.
For the tea lovers “Something Brewing” in Mollymook in Ulladulla’s oldest house is home to and enormous number of teas and coffees and accessory products.
Mollymook Bay is home to a pod of bottlenose dolphins who are often seen from the beach, and whales can be spotted during migration seasons.
The Bogey Hole is a large circular rock pool located on Mollymook Headland - it is a naturally sheltered tidal pool that is very shallow at low tide making it ideal for families with young children.
Mollymook Shores Motel does not have a restaurant but is conveniently situated opposite Mollymook Golf Club.
There are some superb restaurants and wine bars in and around:
Ulladulla Oyster Bar
Elizans Wine Bar