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Beach Fishing. Sally Mayman, Tourism NSW
Beach Fishing. Sally Mayman, Tourism NSW
Whale Watching off Montague Island, Narooma
Whale Watching off Montague Island, Narooma
Hankerchief Beach, Adam Taylor. Tourism NSW
Hankerchief Beach, Adam Taylor. Tourism NSW
Montague Island near Narooma, Tourism NSW
Montague Island near Narooma, Tourism NSW
Couple Travelling to Narooma, Adam Taylor
Couple Travelling to Narooma, Adam Taylor
Fishing Trip Return with Catch. Sally Mayman
Fishing Trip Return with Catch. Sally Mayman
Hankerchief Beach. Adam Taylor, Tourism NSW
Hankerchief Beach. Adam Taylor, Tourism NSW
Relaxing Beach Walk, Photo Adam Taylor
Relaxing Beach Walk, Photo Adam Taylor

Narooma Information

Narooma is a town on the coast New South Wales with a relatively small population of about 8,000 people and was first settled in 1881. The name Narooma is an aboriginal word meaning “Clear Blue Waters”.

A major tourist attraction to Narooma is Montague Island. This national park and wildlife reserve is located just 8 kilometres from the shore of Narooma. With 83 hectares of wildlife you will experience magnificent nature in particular the penguin colonies that inhabit the island.

There are also plenty of other scenic places around Narooma for tourists to enjoy such as the cliff top golf course where spectacular views of the coastline will take your breath away.

Whale watching is also very prevalent. Many whale watching enthusiasts visit Narooma to go on a charter boat and see the whales off the coast.

Fishing is also very popular with plenty of to catch especially flathead, bream and tailor. If you do try your luck fishing then please make sure to follow the government regulations as size and bag limits do apply.

Another amazing place to visit while staying in Narooma is Glasshouse Rocks, located to the south of the township. Nearby is also the famous Australia hole which when taking a photo upwards out from the rocks you will see an outline the shape of Australia. Just ask the locals where the spot is and like everyone in the town of Narooma they will be happy to point out the way there.

For something to do in town don’t miss the impressive Narooma Cinema. With its art deco influence the cinema has a reputation that is appreciated by tourists and travellers and features two screens for your enjoyment. The nearby Dalmeny markets in Tilba are also worth a visit and operate monthly offering a wide range of products.

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Boat Sheds in Narooma, Photo Nick Rains. Tourism New South Wales
Boat Sheds in Narooma, Photo Nick Rains. Tourism New South Wales
Glasshouse Rocks in Narooma, Photo Mike Newling, Tourism New South Wales
Glasshouse Rocks in Narooma, Photo Mike Newling, Tourism New South Wales