THINGS TO DO

WATER ACTIVITIES

Fishing

Whether its chasing Big Game Fish (Tuna, Sharks & Marlin) on the Continental Shelf or Reef fishing around the pristine waters of Montague Island for Montague’s famous kingfish, Narooma is a haven for offshore fishing.

  • Lighthouse Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone 0412 312 478
  • Narooma Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma – Phone 0407 909 111
  • Island Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone 0408 428 857

Whale Watching

During whale watching season (Sept to Nov) be sure you participate in the unforgettable experience of seeing these majestic creatures as they migrate through our waters.

  • Lighthouse Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma NSW 2546- Phone 0412 312 478
  • Narooma Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma – Phone 0407 909 111
  • Island Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone 0408 428 857

Snorkelling

Snorkel with the seals in safety in Pebble Bay, The Gut or Lighthouse Bay. They are amazing to watch as they play together – spinning ,twirling, diving, one instant there, the next they are gone.

  • Lighthouse Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma NSW 2546- Phone 0412 312 478
  • Narooma Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma – Phone 0407 909 111
  • Island Charters, Town Wharf, Bluewater Drive, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone 0408 428 857

Kayaking

Kayak the Narooma lake system after departing from Quota Park. Single and double kayaks available

  • Kayaking Narooma, Quota Park, Riverside Drive, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone 0407 705 371

SPORTING ACTIVITIES

Golf

Narooma golf course is ranked #68 in Australia’s top 100. Famous internationally Narooma’s 3rd hole is a must.

  • Narooma Golf Club, Ballingalla Street, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone (02) 4476 2522

Lawn Bowls

The club where all good sports meet, relax and enjoy good food, good company and great service!

  • Narooma Bowls Club, 88 Princes Highway Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone (02) 44762433

Skydiving

Experience the beautiful coastal views during a tandem freefall skydive. Skydive Surfside is a dynamic company offering a full range of skydiving activities. See what it is all about and take a Tandem skydive, involving minimal training and maximum fun. Addicted? learn to skydive SOLO, become a licensed skydiver in just one week! Skydive Oz also offer advanced training and demonstration skydives.

  • Skydive Surfside, Hanger 1 Moruya Airport NSW 2537 – Phone 0438 185 180

FAMILY ACTIVITIES

Mogo Zoo – Featuring over 200 animal species with 42 endangered and exotic species, including the only white lion pride in Australia and the Silvery Gibbons which are housed in only two other zoos in Australia. Keeper talks and feeding sessions 10.30 & 1.30 daily

  • Mogo Zoo, 222 Tomakin Road, Mogo NSW 2536 – Phone (02) 4474 4930.

The Original Gold Rush Colony – Capture the true essence of history in this authentically recreated 1850`s Gold Rush era village as you step back in time. Pan for Gold or just experience how the propectors lived and worked. Guided tours 10.30am, 12noon , 1.30pm & 3pm

  • Old Mogo Town, 26 James Street, Mogo NSW 2536 – Phone (02) 4474 2123

Horse Riding – Enjoy riding through the tranquillity of the surrounding forest on superbly trained horses. No experience required

  • Billabong Park Riding Centre, 220 Princes Highway, Bodalla NSW 2545 – Phone (02) 4473 5350

Wagonga Princess Cruise – 100 years of history on a 100 year old electric ferry. 3 hour cruise departing at 1pm includes Devonshire tea and short rainforest walk

  • Wagonga Inlet Cruises, Taylors Jetty, Riverside Drive, Narooma NSW 2546

WALKS AND RIDES

Narooma Bike Rides

A selection of Nine fantastic bike rides will take you to spectacular headlands, a lake or two to view waterbirds, to a National Trust village, along the quiet roads and tracks of State forests and national parks where you can enjoy the calls of lyrebirds and bellbirds. There are quiet rides through the countryside. On other rides, you can ride to a quiet headland and watch the whales go by (between September and November each year). Most of the rides are along formed forest roads, or unsealed council roads. You will definitely need a mountain bike for most of these rides.

Walking

Walking is a way of life in Eurobodalla, from easy short strolls along boardwalks and tracks, to ambles around headlands, beaches and forests.

FOOD AND WINE

Narooma is the perfect place to enjoy all the fresh flavours of the south coast of NSW. There is the famous Narooma seafood and the best of local wine and cheese – plus a range of great restaurants and cafes.

Tilba Valley Wines – Tilba Valley Wines is Magnificently situated on the shores of Lake Corunna, under the foothills of Mount Dromedary and just a few minutes drive from the picturesque National Trust village of Central Tilba Tilba Valley Wines, 947 Old Highway, Narooma NSW 2546 – Phone (02) 4473 7308

SHOPPING

Mogo Village – Mogo’s architectural heritage has been maintained with shops and dwellings being built to compliment the surviving miners cottages.

These buildings are now galleries and speciality shops brimming with traditional and modern art, exotic and unusual artefacts, elegant jewellery and home décor, ceramics, collectables, antiques and cafes.

This rare blend of contemporary style with old world charm brings a rich cultural feel to Mogo offering visitors to the area a most enjoyable shopping experience in a relaxed atmosphere.

Central Tilba – Central Tilba offers a unique opportunity to step back in time and visit perfectly preserved heritage village. no trip to the South Coast is complete without at least dropping in for a look around the various cafes, shops and galleries – many featuring traditional crafts – like leatherwork and woodwork. There is an old fashioned general store, a post office and the local pub – with the whole village retaining a unique historical look and feel.

Moruya Markets – Explore the eclectic mix of specialty shops, all in an easy stroll through the streets of the town centre, or grab a bargain at the Saturday morning market specialising in fresh & organic produce, bric-a-brac and original art and craft.