Breathtaking is the word for a first visit to Narooma.
Narooma is not a sight you would ever grow tired of with Montague Island sitting offshore and Mount Gulaga (Mount Dromedary) dominating the escarpment and the colours of Wagonga Inlet – are truly a multitude of blues.
It’s not hard to see why Narooma is a mecca for fishing enthusiasts. Around the waters of Montague Island you can chase kingfish, marlin and yellowfin tuna as well as many reef species. Narooma is home to a fleet of modern charter boats, all operated by experienced professionals. Full day and half day charters for groups and individuals are available for fishing and diving. Just south of Narooma is Mystery Bay, one of the best snorkelling spots on the coast.
Embark on a whale watching tour between September and November for memories to last a lifetime. Explore beautiful Wagonga Inlet on a charter or hire a boat and make your own adventure. The pristine waterways of Narooma and Wagonga Inlet have been protected by the Batemans Marine Park so future generations can enjoy them. A tour to Montague Island is the ultimate Narooma experience – you can even stay overnight! Enquire at Narooma Visitor Centre.
The Mill Bay Boardwalk is the perfect way to appreciate the natural beauty of Narooma – it takes you out over the water where large schools of fish and stingrays sometimes make graceful appearances. The clifftop golf course offers a stunning vista out to Montague Island- in spring it is not uncommon to spot whales.