Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat
Mollymook Beach Retreat

Mollymook Beach Retreat

Mollymook Beach, Australia

3 - 9 Keys 5 Bedrooms 10 Guests 3 baths


Discover the beautiful beach paradise along the Tasman Sea coast with extraordinary appeal located in New South Wales, Australia, approximately 3-hrs drive south of Sydney (or a 1-hr flight). Popular for surfing, golfing, whale migrations, fishing, snorkeling and diving, paddle-boarding and boating, this year-round playground encompasses Mollymook Beach with its fantastic sandy beaches, natural tidal pools and access to the reefs beyond. Devour the delightful cuisine that incorporates freshly caught seafood along with stunning coastal views. Explore the charming nearby towns of Ulladulla, Milton and Narrawallee, all providing wonderful ways to spend a day while immersing yourself into the natural beauty of its national parks, aboriginal culture, rich heritage and the arts of the region, along with endless beaches.

Escape into a lovely 4000-sq ft beach house with 180-degrees of mountains, bushland and water views and a main deck looking out to beautiful Mollymook Beach in the distance. Guests can enjoy easy access to Mollymook Beach for some of the best surfing on the east coast (with two local surf schools 200-yards from the house), along with two golf courses, horseback riding, bush walking and hiking Pigeon House Mountain; for tasting some fantastic cuisine, there are world-renowned restaurants and vineyards nearby (Rick Stein's Banisters and Cuppit's). The surrouding area includes historic country towns of Milton and Berry, Jervis Bay with the whitest sand in the world, along with Pebbly Beach where one can feed Kangaroos and birds.

Enjoy dwelling within the residence's two stories of wonderful living spaces that include a spacious great room with high ceilings and large picture windows, a fully-equipped kitchen that flows into the open-concept living-dining area, a large lower level patio-dining area for enjoying gathering with family and friends, an upstairs outdoors deck with lounge area, and five bedrooms that can accommodate up to ten guests with a variety of bed configurations.

To explore regional and area highlights, view the official tourism site for Mollymook Beach -

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Property Details


Single Family Home with 2 levels
5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 4000 square feet, 372 square meters


King, King, King, 2x Twin, and 2x Twin
10 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Moruya Airport
1 hour by car

Property View

180 degree water views with main deck looking directly south to Mollymook beach, east to ocean from living room and decks, views to north and Narrawallee Beach from the front deck. To the west you can see bushland and Pigeon House Mountain.

Property ID



No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Fish
  • Hike
  • Shopping
  • Watersports
  • Pigeon House Mountain
  • Narrawallee Beach
  • Mollymook Beach Surfing
  • Bannisters Point- Walking Track
  • Big Nature Adventures
  • Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk

Places of Interest

  • Rick Steins at Bannisters Restaurant
  • Cuppitts Vineyard
  • GWYLO- Restaurant
  • Bannisters Pavilion Rooftop Bar & Grill
  • Mollymook Golf Club Beachside Bistro


Mollymook Beach Retreat Delivers

We loved our week in Mollymook. The house sits high on a hill overlooking the coastline to the south. and was very comfortable. The birds (Kookaburras, parrots, honeyeaters, magpies) put on quite a display in the trees adjacent to the house. Rick Stein's Bannisters is a short walk away. In fact walking is a very popular activity in Mollymook. Why not? The views are spectacular and there is no end to the places that encourage overindulgence. We dined at Old Town in Milton, enjoyed a bottle of Prosecco at Cuppits winery which has a stunning outlook over pastoral land. Woodburn Deli in Mollymook Village also has some wonderful tempting selections but alas nowhere to sit and enjoy a coffee. All arrangements were perfect - profuse thanks to Andrew and Ann.”

AnneMarch 2021