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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2015
Mollymook/Ulladulla www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 41 Outdoor deck dining. With its crystal clear waters Mollymook Beach must be one of the south coast’s most popular beaches. Book into your choice of accommodation, sit back, relax and enjoy what Mollymook has to offer. Pop out for a surf or swim at the patrolled beaches or if you feel like a picnic there is ample grassy areas with BBQ’s and a park to keep the kids entertained. It’s here that you will find the Mollymook Lions Club Beach Markets on the 5th Sunday of the Month, another great family outing. Mollymook’s club’s provide entertainment for all. Go bowling or golfing and relax with friends afterwards while you enjoy a cold drink or a yummy meal. Make sure you don’t miss the Nocturnal Surf Tag event tobeheldon Easter Saturday,April 4 from4-10pm. Surfers will take to the water under huge floodlights to raise money for local charities. It will be a great night for all with live music, food and of course some great surfing. cupitt’s winery - a must visit! There are many reasons to go and enjoy the rest of season’s best at Cupitt’s. But the newest is a selection of Craft Ales that is now available. For years, Wally andTom Cupitt have been keen to pair local produce with beer and are well on the way to opening the doors to Cupitt’s Craft Ales, a boutique brewery being set up in a large shed on the property. Both the boys are passionate about changing the reputation of craft ales and are creating brews that will pair well with local food, including oyster stout, American style amber, India pale ale and a flavoursome lager, using German malts and American hops. Being the first winery restaurant on the NSW South Coast to receive a pres t igious Chef’s Hat from the SMH Good Food Guide 2014 is another great reason to visit the Cupitt’s Vineyard Kitchen. Head Chef Russell Chinn and Owner Rosie Cupitt’s commitment to using the best quality seasonal local produce mixed with spectacular views and warm hospitality makes this restaurant a dining restaurant not to be missed. The Cellar Door is also open for tasting and features varieties such as Viognier, Arneis, Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz. Cupitt’s Winery is a four and half star James Halliday rated winery and has a friendly relaxed and welcoming staff that makes it easy to sip and savour some of the South Coast’s most delicious wines. One can also relax and enjoy Free Regular Live Music every Sunday. With a casual relaxed atmosphere the deck is the perfect spot to absorb the breathtaking Views of the Budawang Ranges, Pigeon House Mountain and Burrill Lake. Wood-fired pizzas and produce platters are available from 12-4pm, the perfect partner for Cupitt’s wine or craft ale. Cupitt’s growers markets are held on the last Saturday of the month. stay by the beach Mollymook Beach – a perfect holiday destination Go golfing at Mollymook (see golf guide centre pages) Mollymook Golf Club. Cnr Golf Ave & Shepherd St, Mollymook Phone 4455 5888 www.mollymookshores.com.au Accommodation by the sea HHHH AAA Rated OOpposite beach and golf club Opposite beach and golf club • Austar TV • Pool & sauna • Wifi broadband Mollymook Shores Mollymook Shores AW1483819