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Nice rock formation with open pools and heaps of exploring on offer. I'm told it's best experienced at high tide as the pools are swimmable. We passed on the swimming do to an influx of bluebottles in the area that day but that's rare. Otherwise...More
Whilst staying in Mollymook walked around the beach head to the right past the tree line and discovered the bogey Hole it was a fascinating piece of rock for sure be careful if you climb it it’s slippy and has sharp edges and a lot...More
The Bogey Hole at Mollymook is a safe area for young families to spend some time in the water. It is well sheltered with a variety of rock and small pools. It is easily accessible from both sides, and is sure to delight the young...More
Access to this swimming hole is via the road through Mollymook Golf Course(9hole). Parking is limited and high tide is the best time to go.
This is a really great spot for young children. It is very safe but can get crowded in holiday season....More
Not sure this is a destination activity, we were actually in town for lunch at Rick Steins, but it is still worth a diversion to enjoy the locals' "hole" and to cool down from the heat. The water was actually very pleasant for a quick...More
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There isn’t much around the area near the beach but you can get a good meal in the golf club on the front you cannot miss it but you need ID to get in reasonable prices There is the rick steins at bannisters that is on the... More
There isn’t much around the area near the beach but you can get a good meal in the golf club on the front you cannot miss it but you need ID to get in reasonable prices There is the rick steins at bannisters that is on the point a 10 minute car ride preferably book a table as they get busy