The Mollymook ocean swim is held at the beautiful Mollymook Beach on NSW's south coast.
The event is open to swimmers of all abilities. There is a 500m swim open to juniors (10-12 years old) and a 2km race for those aged 13 years and above. There is also a Dash for Cash, which is open for all swimmers who have competed in one of the other two events.
Mollymook is a beautiful area to relax and explore. The beach is renowned for dolphins and even whales. Head to Ulladulla and walk the Coomee Nilunga Cultural Track and discover Indigenous art and scenic coastal views. Hire a canoe or paddleboat and float along Burrill Lake.
The Mollymook ocean swim, held at the beautiful Mollymook Beach, is a fun event for swimmers of all abilities.
The 500m swim is open to 10-12 year olds and follows a U shape course in front of the Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club at the beach's south end.
The 2km swim is open to competitors who are at least 13 years of age. It starts at the northern end of the beach and follows a course to the south end finishing at the surf club.
The Dash for Cash is open to any swimmer who has competed in one of the other two events.
Mollymook is a very beautiful area on NSW's south coast, so take the weekend off and explore and enjoy what the area has to offer.
Renowned for dolphins and even whales Mollymook beach itself is a very stunning place to relax and stroll along.
If you're a real sea-foodie head to the famous Rick Stein at Bannisters restaurant for a delicious meal.
Take a drive to Ulladulla for the Coomee Nilunga Cultural Track. With Indigenous art and picturesque coastal views, you won't be disappointed. For those who are more adventurous hire a canoe or paddleboat and explore Burrill Lake.