The southern headland of Mollymook beach is largely occupied by the Mollymook golf course. Around the eastern perimeter of the headland is a 50-100 m wide rock platform, the northern section of which contains a crenulate 300 m long high tide sand beach (NSW 469N), fronted in part by shallow tidal rock pools. The southernmost pools are quite sheltered from waves and are a popular wading and swimming location, with access from a southern car park. Immediately south of the platforms is a 150 m wide rocky bay, containing at its rear a curving 150 m long steep reflective beach (NSW 469) that looks east out of the small bay. It is bordered by wide rock platforms and backed by the golf course. A road terminates on the northern side of the beach at a small car park.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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