Snorkelling Bar Beach South

Overview

How to get there: Head north on the Princes Highway across Narooma Bridge and after 150 metres turn right into Centenary Drive, continue to parking for Apex Park area. One of the safest beaches for…

How to get there: Head north on the Princes Highway across Narooma Bridge and after 150 metres turn right into Centenary Drive, continue to parking for Apex Park area.

One of the safest beaches for children to learn to snorkel along the Eurobodalla coastline is Narooma's Bar Beach South. Its naturally enclosed and protected position near the mouth of the Wagonga Inlet is further enhanced by the breakwall at its northern end.

The marine habitat includes juvenile fish, squid and jelly fish. It's also possible to occasionally see small seahorses which will be sure to give young naturalists a fun and rewarding introduction to the marine world.

The beach is enclosed by netting and its sheltered position makes it popular not only with novice snorkellers, but with divers as well.

Close to Bar Beach South is Apex Park which has all the necessary amenities for families making a day of it, including a playground, covered picnic tables, barbecues and plenty of parking.

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