Just 3 hours drive from Sydney or Canberra, Mollymook is an ideal coastal escape.

Pristine azure beaches are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, fishing or whale watching. Learn to surf with legendary Pam Burridge or Mollymook Beach Surf School right out the front or discover uncrowded breaks perfect for experienced surfers. Land dwellers can play a round or two on magnificent golf courses or explore surrounding national parks with dramatic escarpments, interesting bush walking tracks and iconic Pigeon House Mountain.

This region is a foodie destination with several top class restaurants, produce markets and many cool cafes. From Gaze Mollymook it’s a short stroll to lunch or dinner at the iconic Rick Steins at Bannisters, cocktails at Bannisters Pavilion Rooftop Bar and Grill or contemporary dining at Tallwood. Hop in your car and Milton or Ulladulla are just five minutes away with the best south coast cafes (yes truly), fashion boutiques and galleries as well as the award winning Cupitts Winery.

Enjoy the burgeoning local arts scene with galleries and the renowned Milton Theatre hosting many bands and solo artists throughout the year.

Conveniently just around the corner from Gaze the local shopping hub has supermarket, butcher, deli/cafe, bakery, bottle shop, newsagent, pharmacy, beautician and pilates. 

The view from Gaze to North Mollymook headland

or simply relax and gaze at this view


Looking out from the balcony

Photo courtesy of Kate Albert (@katesbytheocean)

View from above