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The weather in Mollymook
Find the Mollymook climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Mollymook, with temperatures going under 6°. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is May.
Get away to holiday cottages in lovely Mollymook, New South Wales
Choose a holiday house by the sea in Mollymook, New South Wales, for a great family holiday. The properties in the area are typically modern and spacious. Treat yourself to a beach house, with sea views or a balcony, a large private home with a pool, or stay in a modest apartment for a more budget getaway.
Exploring Mollymook via its natural history
Go on a very informative and educational fossil hunt. The Fossil Walk is interesting for both children and adults, a chance to explore the local geology in a hands-on way. Guides are friendly, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable. It's only possible to fossil hunt at low tides and tours don’t run every day, so organise and book your tour accordingly. Whilst you are in the area you can also visit the Fossil House, to view fossils and learn more about the subject.
What to do with the little ones around Mollymook
Whilst staying in a Mollymook holiday rental, the Bogey Hole is a great place to visit, especially if you have children. It is situated a short walk from town and is a fascinating piece of rock. This is a great place for swimming as the sun warms the pools of trapped water. The little bay that surrounds this rock is also a nice place for children to swim and play, with white sand and warm water pools. Pufferfish families can often be spotted and shells found.
The long sandy beach in Mollymook is a perfect location to learn to surf. The surf school here offers private or small group surf lessons on a daily basis. These range from beginner to intermediate and the lessons are very popular with children in the summer holidays. For fun on land with the kids, visit Funland Ulladulla, an activity centre offering rides and games.
Natural sights around Mollymook
The Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve is a great place to go for a walk whilst viewing some of Australia's wildflowers and bird life. There are a number of walks from short to medium in length, ideal for nature lovers and photographers. Australian wildlife may also be spotted here, including wallaby and koalas. This is a peaceful spot which is a well-kept secret.
The Warden Head Lighthouse walk gives great views of the area. It is also possible to spot dolphins from the lighthouse and if you are lucky enough to be there at the right time of year you might even see migrating whales swimming past. Of course, if you just want to relax, hit Narrawallee Beach just to the north of town, with white sand and plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby.
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