Camel Rock Beach

Nice surf beach with a couple of interesting rock features. You can get to Camel Rock and Horse Head Rock by scrambling around the headland. Follow the walking trail along the northern headland for amazing views and secluded beaches. Carpark is very shady. Good for overnight parking.

Narooma Surf Beach

Great surf beach. You can access a small private beach called Smugglers Cove by climbing over the rocks on the northern side. Good snorkelling here. At the southern side there is a lagoon. The Glasshouse Rocks are a favourite spot for photographers.

Mystery Bay

Dramatic beach set in bushland. Great place for a swim. You can camp here for $12 per night.

Potato Point

Incredible snorkelling spot. You can find schools of Kingfish & Salmon, Wobbegongs, Port Jackson Sharks and Stingrays. You need to be a competent swimmer. Try the boat ramp on the northern side for access. There is a rip here so don’t be surprised if you get caught in it. Don’t fight the rip, it won’t take you far.

Wagonga Inlet

Great fishing. Try off the breakwater at the end of Bar Rock Rd. Bar Rock lookout and Australia Rock here are worth a look and popular for photos.

Montague Island

A huge Seal colony. Local scuba operators will take you out here to dive or snorkel with the seals. Incredible experience. You will need to pay a $25 access fee to get on the island separate to any tour costs.

Narooma Charters

Great place to dive with the seals.

Narooma Tours and Charter Fish

Great place to dive with the seals. They also do fishing charters.

Eurobodalla National Park

Has some of the best walking, surfing, whale watching and fishing on the coast. Go surfing at 1080 Beach, or fishing at Brou Lake.

Bingi Dreaming Track

A 14km day walk along the coastal park many great beaches and lookouts along the way.

Narooma Motel YHA

Nice hostel right in town. All rooms have a bathroom.

Congo Campground

Busy campground with good facilities. Lots of kangaroos, wallabies, and emus, right on the beach. There is a free camping spot across the river. You can get there by following Pedro Point Rd from Moruya Heads. The beach on this side is very isolated.