Bogey Hole in Mollymook by Anica Amphlett is an original watercolour painting. It measures 37cm x 27cm and requires framing to hang.

The Bogey Hole is a popular swimming hole in Mollymook, and has been loved by families with young children for over a hundred years. Back in the day, the large rock you see at the end of the path was called "Lady Spencer's Chair" and later renamed to Bogey Hole, which is Aboriginal for swimming hole.

It is located just around the corner of Mollymook's southern end of beach and the track you see takes you from the adjoining Collers Beach back north to the Bogey Hole.

Bogey Hole in Mollymook

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