Local Attractions

Discover Narooma

In and around Narooma there are great ocean beaches and estuaries which a suitable for all kinds of water sports, including fishing, snorkeling, water skiing and diving.  

Attractions in the area include a spectacular golf course perched on the clifftops, world class diving, whale watching and surfing and the trip to Montague Island Nature Reserve has been described as the best maritime adventure in New South Wales. 

Narooma has a rich aboriginal history with many local landmarks bearing their traditional names. Majestic Mount Dromedary is now know by it's traditional name of Mount Gulaga and is of great spiritual significance to the Yuin people. Walking trails will take you to the summit from the villiage of Tilba - the views of the coast on a clear day are spectacular !!

Narooma is also home to the Great Southern Blues Festival, held annually on the October long weekend.


The Tilba Region

The Tilba region is one of the most popular drawcards of the Eurobodalla Nature Coast. Central Tilba is a magnet for visitors with its working village atmosphere and variety of excellent produce and wares. Stores include a leatherworks, cobbler, bakery, ABC Cheese Factory, woodturner, toy store, lolly shop, galleries, heaps of arts and crafts, a great pub as well as lovely cafes.

Just south of Central Tilba at Tilba Tilba, Foxglove Spire Gardens are stunning. Take a picnic and spend a day strolling through these beautiful woodland gardens.

Nearby, the nursery, cafe, antique and gift stores complete a great day out at Tilba Tilba.


Whale Watching

Whale watching in Narooma is one of the higlights for many peoples holidays. These magificent creatures are usually migrating in pods during the months of September through to November.  Narooma Charters runs specialized Whale Watching Tours. The Whale Watching has proved to be so popular it is now one of the most popular times of year with people from all over the world coming to see these magnificent creatures and even commenting that Narooma has the best whale watching experience they have seen anywhere.


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Narooma Golf Course

For golfers, no visit to the South Coast of NSW is complete without playing a round at Narooma's famous golf course. With its unique and stunning coastal setting, the course is both a challenge for serious golfers and a pleasure to play for the not so serious.
The modern clubhouse has something for everyone with full clubhouse facilities, relaxing lounges with magnificent views, and friendly, professional staff.
The brasserie, Paul's on the Course, love to use as many fresh, local ingredients as they can source, with a menu reflecting the abundance of delicious produce the coast has to offer. The fresh local seafood, for which Narooma is famous, features prominently in the menu. Fresh local oysters are available lunch and dinner. 
Visit the Narooma Golf web site for golf packages, wedding guide, functions, menu, and more.


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Sage Farmers Market - Moruya

Held every Tuesday afternoon at Riverside Park, The SAGE Farmers Market was born out of a community demand for quality, local food. They are proud to be able to provide a marketplace for consumers to access locally grown or harvested food directly from the producers, under safe and controlled conditions.
The market has quickly established an excellent reputation in the surrounding districts as an authentic farmers market and they have made it their highest priority to maintain that authenticity, so that consumers can be sure that what they purchase from any SFM stall holder adheres to the SFM philosophy and ethos (see the web site for more information).
The secondary purpose is to educate consumers about the multiple benefits of eating local produce and products and to raise awareness of the seasonality of local food.


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