The thrill of seeing the striking blue waters of Wagonga Inlet is a sensation that never fades.
For those that call Narooma home and those who return time after time, the colour and the feeling it nurtures stays with you. So too will the memories and experiences Narooma allows you to create.
The closenesss of Montague Island, just eight kilometres offshore, will tease your adventurous spirit. Rangers and guides will highlight the finer details of this one of a kind environment and share the rich back story to the island’s life, both Aboriginal and European.
Montague draws nature above and below the ocean like nothing else along our coastline – whales, seals, penguins, albatross and kelp forests are just the start. Narooma creaks your normal routine with a rush of acitivies to consider – recreational fishing in close or out wide, whale watching, scuba diving or snorkelling and kayaking.
A network of pathways and boardwalks leads in and out of Narooma that throws up more ideas – cycling, strolling, skating, running. Bateman’s Bay offers many options for growing families, with a public primary school, a public high school, and a town library. Friendly clubs, pubs and cafes will inroduce you to the locals who are always keen to see visitors enjoy their community and get the most out of this remarkable place.