Getting out onto Narooma’s waters

Narooma has many public boat ramps launching onto both the inlet and ocean – while fishing enthusiasts can hire tinnies or take one the many guided inlet or ocean tours. It is also surrounded by lakes which lend themselves to water-skiing, kayaking and canoeing. Corunna Lake is particularly popular with the more energetic water-sport enthusiasts.

Kayaking

Wagonga Inlet is perfect for kayaking. Fair weather kayakers can paddle lazily across the inlet and stop off for refreshments at one of the waterfront marina cafes. But the inlet stretches some 10km inland, providing serious kayakers with a workout in one of the most peaceful settings imaginable.

 

Hire, tour and cruise details

wagonga-cruisesScenic Inlet cruises:

“100 years of history on a 100 year old electric ferry” – Cruise Wagonga Inlet with Devonshire tea and rainforest walk at Paradise Point. Read more Wagonga Inlet Cruises here.

 

Ocean fishing, diving and whale watching charters

Narooma has a range of experienced charter companies that can get you out amongst the fish and marine wildlife that the region is famous for. Trips to Montague Island – with its penguins, seals and stunning scenery are not to be missed.

Island Charters Narooma:

Ocean adventure specialists with fishing trips, wildlife cruises, whale-watching tours, diving and snorkelling trips and mixed adventures around Montague Island. More information & contact details.

Narooma Charters:

Ocean-going charter boats catering for tours to Montague Island, fishing trips, diving, snorkelling and – in season (September to November) – whale watching. More information & contact details.

boats-more-infoSee the following pages for more information:

Whale watching
Fishing
Diving & snorkelling