A valued part of The Smith Family

Mollymook VIEW Club


Mollymook VIEW Club was formed in 1981.

Currently, the Club sponsors three Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.


We are always open to new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it's all about.


  • Meeting Day on 2nd Monday of the month
  • Mollymook Beach Bowling Club 10.30 for 11.00 am 


02 4454 0648


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Mollymook Beach

Mollymook Beach Bowling Club, 60 Forrest Way , Mollymook Beach , NSW 2539

Club News

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Christmas Celebrations

Mollymook VIEW finished 2018 on a high with a wonderful Christmas luncheon with many guests including Shelley Handcock MP and Councillor Jo Gash.

Fay, Shelley, Mary and Jo cut the Christmas cake


Birthday Celebrations

Cutting the cake



During August, members and guests of Mollymook VIEW Club celebrated a wonderful 37th birthday, with a scrumptious lunch and some great entertainment.


May Meeting and visit to Mogo Zoo

Guest speaker Louise Grossfeldt and club member Helen Millington.


Lesley Desreaux feeding the Giraffe

Photo on right Mollymook VIEW Club Members and Friends at Mogo Zoo

Mollymook VIEW Club held their monthly meeting at Mollymook Bowling Club on Monday 8th May, followed by luncheon. The guest speaker was Louise Grossfeldt, a Curator at Mogo Zoo and a primate husbandry specialist and conservationist. Louise spoke about the diverse  program conducted at Mogo Zoo, 10 km south of Batemans Bay, and her prior experience at Taronga Zoo. Mogo Zoo is home to over 200 animals of 41 rare and exotic species and has an extensive range of primates, and includes the only white lion pride in Australia.

On the following Wednesday 10th May Members and Friends of Mollymook VIEW Club travelled to Mogo Zoo for a first hand encounter with the many and varied species who call Mogo Zoo home. Members had a marvelous day which featured Giraffe feeding, a variety of exhibits, viewing of the white lion pride, a truly unique experience.

The next attraction for VIEW Club Members is the Jazz Afternoon Tea with the Pigeon House Jazz Band  at the Dunn Lewis Centre, Ulladulla on Sunday June 18th 1.30 pm for 2 pm - cost is $30 pp which includes $5 worth of raffle tickets, a delicious afternoon tea, and a glass of bubbly on arrival. The theme is High Tea at the Ritz circa 1934. There will be prizes for the best dressed Lady and Gentleman, BYO allowed.

Please contact Margo on 44551652 for tickets.


Thoughts on Anzac Day

My brother went to war in Vietnam

When he was only twenty-one

We went to Vietnam on holiday

Years later, just to have fun.


My brother saw horror and bloodshed

Since then he has nightmares at night

We had an interesting time

Taking in all the sights.


My brother was a gentle boy

But learnt to shoot and kill

We went from Saigon to Hanoi

Wonderful day to fill.


My brother went into a minefield one day

To rescue a man who’d been trapped

And we went cruising on Halong Bay

And were absolutely rapt.


My father was a prisoner of war

Ina stalag long ago.

But we now have German friends

Whom we’re very glad to know.


I love the story of Christmas Eve

Way back in World War One,

When the soldiers came together

Played soccer, shared cigarettes and rum.


Our common humanity should unite us,

In helping to shape our earth.

But we look for the things that divide us

Like colour and language and birth.


I hope for an end to conflict

Between religions and people and nations,

And that we all reach out to each other,

With kindness and love and patience.


No more hate, I know it’s a pipedream

But wouldn’t it be great if we were all

On the same team.

© Margo Lester 2017


Zone Conference

13 May 2016

Zone NGO2 Councillor Fay Kastelein from Mollymook VIEW Club hosted the annual Church Service and conference for VIEW Clubs Australia on Friday 13th May 2016. Eight clubs from Sussex Inlet to Moruya were represented by 76 VIEW Members.

The Theme of the church service was ‘That’s what Friends are for’, a beautiful rendition of the theme was sung by the Acappella singers from the Milltones. Special guests were Shoalhaven Councillor Patricia White, standing in for Mayor Joanna Gash, National Councillor Pat McRae and Rev Tony Davies. Ulladulla Evening VIEW club member Maurene Hawkins was the organist.

The conference was held at the Dunn Lewis Centre beautifully decorated by Gayle Dunn and her team who prepared a delicious lunch. Guest speaker Sian Hulland from the Smith Family Learning for life centre in Nowra gave a power point presentation of the Learning for life program. Sian then introduced Mr Bill Muldoon and his student daughter Kirsten, who delighted the members with their story and how the Smith Family has helped them through adversity. Both Bill and Kirsten want to give back by volunteering for the Smith Family as a way of thanks.

National Vice President Gloria Walter travelled from Sydney and gave an insight into her role. Gloria was very impressed after listening to the eight Presidents give their reports of the excellent work the 8 clubs are doing as volunteers, especially with supporting 24 students throughout their education.


 Sue McMahon Delegate, Helen Wilfred President, Monica Morrison Ass Treasurer Ulladulla Evening Club and Jan Thompson Past National Vice President Mollymook club



 Sian Hulland The smith Family Support Worker Nowra, Bill Muldoon and daughter LFL student Kirsten Muldoon.

Fay Kastelein Zone councillor NGO2, Pat McRae National councillor Area NG and National Vice President Gloria Walter


National Councillor Area NG, Pat McRae,  also gave and inspiring talk about the role she has supporting 21 clubs in her area and thanked the clubs represented for their generous donations of stationary for the LFL students, Clothes for the Smith Family and money raised on the day.

VIEW stands for Voice Interest Education of Women and is a proud sponsor of The Smith Family, there are three clubs in Ulladulla area, and we would like to welcome any new member to either club. For information phone Fay Kastelein 44556425.

 Fay Kastelein Zone Councillor NGO2


National and Regional News

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Mollymook VIEW Club

NH01 Walk with VIEW

NH01 Zone Conference held on 28th October 2018 at Eat Your Greens Function Centre Eugowra was attended by 45 members from all clubs across the zone. The balloons in the photo represent the 22 Learning for Life students sponsored across the clubs in the zone.

Mollymook VIEW Club

Bunnings Coffs Harbour May 2019

Bunning’s made the generous offer to host VIEW stalls across the country. Four Clubs in Area NM Zone 02 – Bonville-Boambee, Coffs Harbour Day, Korora, Woolgoolga Day took part. A VIEW Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Tahini, Bunnings Coffs Harbour’s Activities Organiser.

Mollymook VIEW Club

2019 International Women's Day Area NI01

Eighty seven (87) members and guests from the Werris Creek, Coonabarabran, Gunnedah day and evening, Tamworth day and evening clubs, and Manilla, met at the Werris Creek Golf Club. Aboriginal, Elder Aunty Yvonne, gave the Welcome to Country. Photo above depicts Members showing the Balance sign


Events Calendar

We have some great events coming up, take a look at the calendar and get involved!

Sep 13

VIEW National Convention 2019

National Convention 2019 - bookings have opened