Things to do at Narooma NSW Australia


5 places to visit and things to do in Narooma are

  1. The Wharf
  2. Australia Rock
  3. Glasshouse Rocks
  4. Montague Island
  5. Mill Bay Boardwalk


Narooma is situated on the coast of New South Wales, Australia.

I visited Narooma at the start of September, which is spring weather.


Three places to visit in Narooma are the wharf, Australia Rock, and the Glasshouse Rocks to inspire creativity.

Where is Narooma in New South Wales?


Things to do in Narooma in New South Wales?


1 The Wharf

Sit by the wharf along Wagonga Inlet. Watch the boats come and go. Feel the spring warmth and breathe in the fresh air.


As the water flows over the rock wall, be mesmerized by its rhythm.

And, the seagulls fly around and squawk.

An ideal spot to eat lunch on a sunny day in spring.


Narooma NSW Australia


2 Australia Rock

Drive around up to the cliff. Down the one-way road, where you turn right and drive along the water's edge towards the end of the road. There is a small carpark that looks out over the Pacific Ocean. On the cliffside, you will find Australia Rock.

The Illawarra Mercury outlines the history of Australia Rock.  Its past has an interesting story. Previously, it was the 'Hole in the Rock'.

Australia Rock NSW Australia
The Coast, things to do at Narooma
Jennifer Empey



Back up to the top of the cliff at the lookout, is the view over the rocky coast.

Coast of New South Wales
The Plague

The Plague

Lady Darling Shipwreck 1880

Lady Darling Shipwreck 1880


3 Glasshouse Rocks near the cemetery

The land nearby the Glasshouse Rocks is private property.

Therefore, the closest view is from the cemetery which lies at the end of Cemetery Rd.

To get to the beach includes a steep descent down the cliff.

The beach is unpatrolled and has rips and rocks which makes swimming not possible.

As a photographer with mobility issues, the best view is to stand at the top of the cliff inside the fence at Narooma cemetery.

Glasshouse Rocks

4 Montague Island Tour

Montague Island is known as Barunguba by the Aboriginal people in the local area.

To visit Montague Island you need to book a tour. Narooma Charters organizes tours to the island.

Things you can do and see on the Montague Island Tours are

  • Watch the Whales between September and middle of November
  • See the Seals
  • Snorkel with the Seals
  • Fish
  • See the Penguins
  • See Dolphins
  • Watch the Sunset
  • Sightsee at the Lighthouse
  • Walk around the Island

See the different tours to choose from at Narooma Charters.


5 Mill Bay Boardwalk

You can walk or ride a bicycle over the 350 meter Mill Bay Boardwalk.

The boardwalk crosses over the Wagonga Inlet.




Beach at Narooma NSW Australia
Things to do at Narooma
Things to do at Narooma

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