Tucker Real Estate welcomes you to "Location, Location, Location"
Explore the south coast of NSW during your stay at "Location, Location, Location" with Mollymook as the perfect base and ticks all the boxes for a great holiday.
Dip your toes in the crystal waters and soft sand of Mollymook Beach and discover the local bushlands by visiting Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, a perfect spot for fishing, walking and birdwatching.
Mollymook Beach is suitable for swimming and there are various spots along the beach which have good waves for surfing, especially the reef in the middle of the beach. One of Mollymook's best natural features is the 'Bogey Hole', a large rock pool located on Mollymook Headland at the southern end of the beach. The Bogey Hole is a tidal pool and an ideal location for families with young children. It offers snorkelling and is a great spot for a picnic day out.
PET FRIENDLY FAMILY ESCAPE
"Location, Location, Location" recognises that for many of their guests the family pet is just another member of the family. In the interest of hygiene and comfort for your pet please their own beds as they are not supplied.
Narrawallee Beach with its pet friendly areas is only a shot 3-minute drive away.
Bedroom 1 (Entry Level): Double Bed Bedroom 2 (Entry Level): 1 x Single Bed Bedroom 3 (Upper Level): Queen Bed Bedroom 4 (Upper Level): 1 x Single Bed & Single Bunk
OTHER 2 Night minimum booking – All Year Round 3 Night minimum booking – Long Weekends 4 Night minimum booking – Easter 7 Night minimum booking – Peak - Friday to Friday
Tucker Real Estate has a strict "No Party policy" as per the terms.
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Car Parking - Surface
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Close To Shops
Close To Transport
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