What to do and see in Mollymook, Australia: The Best Places and Tips

September 17, 2017 Vergie Nakamoto

Discover the best top things to do in Mollymook, Australia including Mollymook Golf Club, Wine Knot Tours, The Bogey Hole, Hilltop - Mollymook Golf Club, Mollymook Dru Yoga, Massage for Women.
Restaurants in Mollymook

1. Mollymook Golf Club

72 Golf Ave, Mollymook, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2539, Australia +61 2 4455 1911
Excellent
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4 based on 231 reviews

Mollymook Golf Club

Mollymook Golf Club is 3 hours south of Sydney and 2 hours North of Canberra. Boasting two golf courses, breathtaking views of Mollymook Beach and full club facilities including food and beverage, gaming, TAB, Keno, entertainment, café facilities, function rooms and more.Our 9 hole beachside golf course is a par 33 course & 18 hole Hilltop Course also known as the "Ultimate Challenge".

Reviewed By Les290843 - Sydney, Australia

I’m retired, my wife is not far behind and we’ve been married for years! So why did we have to prove we are married one might ask?
As a visitor to a Registered Club in NSW, Legislation requires you to be over 18 and residing more than 5 klms away, but the Legislation does not specify how these conditions are to be applied, it’s at the Club’s discretion. Often you simply sign a visitor’s register with your name and address and that’s what my wife did without any problem at another registered club the previous evening as we travelled along the NSW South Coast.
According to Tripadvisor, the Golf Club is the #1 thing to do in Mollymook, and following a recommendation from our hotel, we decided to have a meal there. On arrival, I produced my NSW driver licence, complete with DOB and address (proving I lived 285 klms away in Sydney), so there was no problem for me. My wife however does not drive, so does not have a licence, but she was not given the courtesy of signing the visitors register; we were asked to prove we were married!!! Why? And more to the point how do you do it at short notice?
Whilst we were both well presented, had a multitude of ID cards, such as credit cards, Medicare cards, Health Membership cards etc. in the same name and even both names, none of which have addresses on, nothing would convince the young lady receptionist and we were refused entry, with absolutely no discretion given. This was the first time it has happened to us at any establishment anywhere in the world, and we’ve even visited remote villages in China without a problem, where the locals and police view any foreigners with total suspicion. I was told if I became a member of the Club (there’s a fee), then I could sign my wife in as a guest, but as we were only in the area for the night, it wasn’t worth it.
Returning to our hotel room, I immediately lodged details of the event with the Club online whilst they were still fresh in my mind. The next day I received an emailed, prompt and very courteous response from the Assistant Manager saying, amongst other things, that the Legislation was “difficult to manage”. I replied with more details and asking, in the absence of a driver licence for my wife, what other documents would have satisfied their requirements? They suggested pensioner card (but it doesn’t have an address on so not acceptable) Seniors Card (again no address on so not acceptable), Electricity account (had one on my mobile phone but no wifi) or Rego papers (not recommended by the Police to keep in your car) so my wife would still not qualify. So, probably unlike most reviewers posting negative reviews, I first paid the Club the courtesy of communicating in private before posting.
As a longtime Member of Tripadvisor (I use them as my reference for everything, hotels, restaurants, things to do) I am posting my very first, 1-star (the lowest you can give) review of an establishment anywhere in the world (all my others have been 5-star, and positive). I can’t comment on the food etc. in the club as we did not manage to get inside because of the arguably bizarre, hardline attitude of the receptionist.

2. Wine Knot Tours

Mollymook, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2539, Australia
Excellent
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5 based on 9 reviews

Wine Knot Tours

Embark on one of our unique and memorable bespoke tours to experience the best of the Shoalhaven Wineries.

Reviewed By TeeBone1 - Sydney, Australia

My friends and I had so much fun on this tour. For starters, the bus was by far the best tour bus I've been on. Brand new, completely decked out and accessible for all ages and abilities. The driver was knowledgeable about the area and really let us dictate times and take photos. He even let us play our music much to his dismay. The highlight of the day was Cambewarra Estate where we had an absolutely delicious lunch and dessert with an 'at table' wine tasting, seriously, taste the Chambourchin. We were given some time to chill and drink wine and played coits on the garden. Great value for money and a good break from the beach every day while on holidays to see some of the beautiful southern highlands region and taste some delicious wines. We were stocked up for the rest of the week. I would recommend this both for a family getaway and a group of friends.

3. The Bogey Hole

Burleigh Way Mollymook, Mollymook, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2539, Australia
Excellent
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5 based on 4 reviews

The Bogey Hole

Reviewed By Us2Aussies - Queensland, Australia

We parked in the carpark at the end of Burleigh Way. There is a short, level boardwalk to the Bogey Hole, with Seating along the way. You can sit and watch the surfers, or just soak up the beautiful scenery. The bogey hole is a natural rock enclosure for swimming. It was calm and flat the day we were there, with lots of kids swimming.
You can also reach the Bogey Hole by walking south along Mollymook Beach, but it's a much longer walk.

4. Hilltop - Mollymook Golf Club

2 Clifford Close, Mollymook, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2539, Australia +61 2 4455 2055
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5 based on 1 reviews

Hilltop - Mollymook Golf Club

Hilltop is the hub of Mollymook Golf Club for the true golfing enthusiast. The Championship Hilltop course is 18 holes of bushland beauty. At 6,225 metres from the championship tees, Hilltop is a challenge in terms of accuracy and distance on the fairways. The greens too pose a dramatic test being both large and undulating. Once on the putting surface there may still be a good deal of golf left.

Reviewed By RaviFJ - Suva, Fiji

Played nine hole and I must say it’s a very challenging course. The greens are awesome. Carts installed with gps is a great in such a big course.

5. Mollymook Dru Yoga

168 Mitchell Pde, Mollymook, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2539, Australia +61 431 974 816

Heartfelt Dru Yoga overlooking magnificent Mollymook Beach. Suitable for all ages & experience. Flowing Nature-oriented stretches,asanas,balances,breath,relaxation,meditation. Spontaneous & fun. Try a KaHuna Hawaiian Massage- deeply nourishing & healing.

6. Massage for Women

168 Mitchell Pde, Mollymook, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2539, Australia +61 431 974 816

Nourishing Ka Huna Hawaiian Massage for Women only,from qualified therapist in beautiful setting by Mollymook Beach. Deep Tissue focus if requested. Deeply relaxing intuitive transformational massage.Fantastic way to start your holiday or celebrate a major life event, or simply to feel better & have relief from pain. Call for Appointments, flexible with hours.

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