SeaSalt at Mollymook

SeaSalt at Mollymook


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
2 baths

About our home

SeaSALT at Mollymook, a refurbished 1960's cottage, with views over the southend of Mollymook beach. Modern furniture, beautiful artworks, and everything you could possibly want for an amazing holiday at this popular seaside destination.
With a large deck to sit and relax on and enjoy the views, and located a short 250m walk from Mollymook beach, SeaSALT is the perfect house for your holiday. Suitable for couples or for 2 families, come and stay at this beautiful property.

Mollymook is located approximately 3 hours drive South of Sydney on the South Coast of NSW, with long stretches of coastline including North Mollymook Beach, South Mollymook Beach, and Narrawallee Beach. All of which are patrolled in the peak holiday times by Surf Life Savers. Mollymook also has two golf courses, with the Hilltop course being the more pitcureque and challenging


More about us

  1. Married couple with two teenage kids.
  2. Richard is a consultant and Sue is a yoga instructor.
  3. We try to travel o/s each year with the family.

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Where is it?


Bit of culture
Australian National Museum, Australian War Memorial, National Portrait Gallery, Parliament House
Walks in the park
heaps of Aussie bushland adjacent to our home. 16km of bush walking tracks to explore.
Spot of exercise
Walking, bike riding and heaps of walking artound the Nation's C apital (picture Washingston and your partly there).
Day tripping
2 hours to the beautiful coast, 1/2 hour to local and growing wine region, 15 minutes to all the Canberra attractions (Australian National Museum, Australian War Memorial, National Library, +++)

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