Take the Wagonga Scenic Drive from the Princes Highway north or south of Narooma, and it will lead you down to Wagonga Inlet and this picturesque picnic area. This is an ideal spot to sit back and enj...http://www.eurobodalla.com.au
A wildlife sanctuary on Montague Island
About 9km offshore from the south coast town of Narooma, Montague Island Nature Reserve is a natural treasure that's the breeding ground for the State's largest colony of fur seals, as well as thousands of little penguins and 15 bird species. It's also a great location for whale watching and seeing dolphins in the wild plus recreational activities that include snorkelling, diving and fishing.
Swimming with seals
Experience one of the greatest wildlife adventures in Australia by swimming with seals on Montague Island. Depending on the season, between 400 and 2,000 New Zealand and Australian Fur Seals inhabit the granite rocks of the island. Go snorkelling or scuba diving with Island Charters Narooma, Lighthouse Charters Narooma or Narooma Charters and discover the playful and inquisitive nature of these sea creatures as they delight you with their friendly approaches underwater.
National Parks and Wildlife Service runs day and overnight eco tours to Montague Island throughout the year. Get involved in the ongoing little penguin research project on the island and visit the Montague Island Lighthouse Keepers' Quarters built in 1881. You can stay overnight in the refurbished head keeper's quarters, help with habitat management or research, while experiencing the natural beauty of this unique island.
Guided tours of the island start and finish at Narooma and include a circumnavigation of the island, giving you the chance to see the fur seal colony. Depending on what time of the year you're here, you're also likely to see humpback and southern right whales, dolphins and a variety of seabirds including little penguins and sooty oystercatchers. Whales head north along the NSW coast throughout June and early July, and return southwards from around September to November.
Don't miss things to do
Along the scenic Mill Bay Boardwalk, gaze out on the beautiful emerald water and see that it is teeming with life. Large schools of fish are regularly swimming about, making this a good fishing spot. ...http://www.eurobodalla.com.au/walks
The beautiful Box Cutting Rainforest Walk takes 35 minutes of easy walking, although there are some steep sections. The walk is accessed from Kianga Road on Tourist Drive 4 (Princes Highway, Narooma) ...http://www.eurobodalla.com.au/box-cutting-rainforest-walk
If you are looking for that perfect picnic area then look no further. Sit back and take in the stunning views of the Wagonga Inlet whilst enjoying a picnic or barbecue lunch. After lunch take your pi...http://www.eurobodalla.com.au
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