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Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 8
Price Range: $1470.00-$2800.00

Hank’s at Mollymook is a dog-friendly house on the South Coast of NSW. It has a large, fully enclosed back yard perfect for your pooch.

Just a short walk to Mollymook beach, Hank’s at Mollymook is a spacious, renovated home that is ideal for a large family or 2-3 couples (sleeps eight).

The house is open plan and split over two levels, with four bedrooms in total and a newly renovated bathroom on each level. There are two living areas, with the main living room upstairs and a rumpus room on the lower level with many entertainment options. Hank’s at Mollymook has a large, open plan kitchen as well as BBQ facilities. We supply all linen and bath towels. Just bring your beach towel!


Off peak: 210 per night ($275 Sat and Sun)

Peak: $400 per night (Mon-Sun)

Minimum 2 night stay; 3 nights in peak periods; 7 nights in December and January.

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Phone: 0412090861

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Pets are welcome. Charges may be applicable.


  • Backyard
  • Balcony
  • Bath towels provided
  • BBQ
  • BBQ - Gas
  • Beach
  • Birdwatching
  • Books/Magazines Supplied
  • Bushwalking & wilderness
  • Carpet Floors
  • CD Player
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Close to Town
  • Cooking facilities
  • Cooktop
  • Deck
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD
  • DVD Player
  • Electric Blankets
  • Family Friendly
  • Fans (ceiling/standard)
  • Fridge
  • Games room
  • Games/Activity Room
  • Gas stove
  • Golf
  • Heaters provided
  • Heating
  • Iron
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry facilities
  • Linen Supplied
  • Microwave
  • No smoking
  • NonSmoking
  • Outdoor Entertaining Areas
  • Parking
  • Pet friendly
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pets Welcome Indoors
  • Pets Welcome Outdoors
  • Stairs
  • Street parking
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Television
  • Tiled Floors
  • Timber Floors
  • Undercover or off street parking
  • Vacuum system
  • Videos/DVDs Supplied
  • Walk to the shops
  • Washing Machine
  • Winter Holiday


Free private parking for 1 car is possible on site (reservation is not needed).

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Properties in Mollymook

Properties in Mollymook

Pet friendly accommodation Mollymook, South Coast NSW – approximately 3 hours south of Sydney by car.

With long stretches of beach over North Mollymook Beach, South Mollymook Beach, and Narrawallee Beach patrolled by lifesavers in peak times, this region is great to come and stretch out and enjoy a pet friendly holiday.

Love Me Love My Dog has a variety of pet friendly holiday accommodation in Mollymook, including rental houses, vacation rentals, holiday apartments and full size homes to accommodate the needs of all the members in your family.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureMollymook has two golf courses, with the Hilltop course being the more picturesque and challenging. Three beaches provide ample opportunity for avid surfers, swimming, and beach running. Dogs can be off leashes at the grassed area off road reserve to south east of the buildings and playing fields off Mitchell Parade, Mollymook (north of Donlan Road) – available 4pm – 8am On Mollymook Beach it is a 24 hour on leash area – from northern end of Donlan Rd to Mollymook Creek and Colliers Beach.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoCheck out the Golf Club for a good meal, and many of the bars by the beach for a sunset cocktail.

Culture and history info

Mollymook was first settled as a rural area of Ulladulla. In 1859, the Mitchell family established a property named "Molly Moke" in the vicinity of Garside Road.

Some time around 1900, John Coller allowed public access to the beach and rock pools on his family estate (present day Collers Beach), and Mollymook began to earn a reputation as a popular retreat.

Silica mining operations were commenced on Mollymook's southern headland by the Illawarra brick company prior to 1920 and brought an influx of workers to the quarries.

Bannister Headland at the northern end of Mollymook beach was the site of a silica crushing facility and loading jetty in the early 20th Century. In 1924, a tramway was constructed across Narrawallee Inlet to transport silica from mining leases near Conjola for preparation and shipping. The industry declined during World War II.

Source: Wikipedia

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