In Narooma

From the cemetery at Narooma is where you can see a view of the Glasshouse Rocks.


The land near the rocks is private property, so you cannot access it that way.


So, you drive on Glasshouse Rocks Road to the cemetery.


My view

I stood at the clifftop near the end of the cemetery to view the rocks. When you are facing the cemetery from the road, it's straight ahead.

It's high up on the cliff, so there's no access there down to Narooma Beach.


Access to Glasshouse Rocks

According to the locals, for you to get down to Narooma beach, there is access nearby the cemetery.

At low tide, you can walk down to the beach along to them.

Although, I didn't find the spot where you could.

You can visit the Visitor Centre at Narooma to find out how to get down to the beach.

Glasshouse Rocks are in Narooma NSW Australia

Narooma Cemetery

The view at Narooma Cemetery


In the map of Glasshouse Rocks, you'll find Narooma Cemetery.


South Coast of New South Wales

In Narooma, you can visit Australia Rock.

From Narooma, you can travel to Camel Rock,

You can find other places and towns to visit on the South Coast of New South Wales.

Glasshouse Rocks, Narooma, Australia

Glasshouse Rocks NSW

Glasshouse Rocks

Glasshouse Rocks

The rocks are made of Narooma Chert. It took about 50 million years to form into the geological structure.

Glasshouse Rocks NSW
Glasshouse Rocks NSW
Cliff on the coast
Glasshouse Rocks NSW
Glasshouse Rocks NSW

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Glasshouse Rocks

Would you go to the coast to photograph rock structures?

Can you see how they resemble the name that was given to them?


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