Narooma Visitor Information Centre is the first stop for visitors to Narooma and region. Friendly staff and volunteers welcome you to make us your first stop, we will tell you what’s on, where to go, and who to see.
Narooma Visitor Centre is managed by the Montague Arts & Craft Society (MACS). Staff and volunteers welcome visitors and invite them to pick up a brochure, find out where to go and what to see, buy local art and craft, purchase gifts, souvenirs, produce. The centre houses the Lighthouse Museum and there is no entry fee visitors are welcome to browse through the exhibit.
MACS members exhibit art and craft in the gallery section of the Visitor Information Centre their works include original paintings in oil, watercolour and acrylic, felted goods, dolls, handmade cards, knitted and crochet goods, jewellery and prints and much more. All from local artists and crafts people.
Giftware, souvenirs and children’s toys are featured alongside beautiful cards and bookmarks many of which feature the beauty of the Narooma area.
Locally produced natural honey, jams, relishes, chutney and sauces including those featured in TV program River Cottage are in stock as well as handmade goods such as “the Bag Ladies” all natural paper bags made from the older editions of “the Narooma news” these novelty bags are a thoughtful example of recycling and support the Asher foundation.
Narooma Visitor Information Centre
Opening Hours Winter 24th April – 23rd September
Monday – Sunday 9:00am – 3:30pm
Opening Hours Summer 24th September – 23rd April
Monday – Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm
About MACS is an entity which manages community facilities. It has managed the cottage on the behalf of the Narooma community for 9 years and enabled its citizens to develop their artistic skills in a social and inclusive environment. It has now taken on the visitor centre and combined tourism services and showcases local art and produce including but not limited to art and craft.
MACS now has a Management Agreement with Eurobodalla Shire Council to manage the Narooma Visitor Centre on behalf of the community. MACS operates a shop/ gallery at the Centre.
MACS has been managing the Cottage under licence from the Narooma School of Art on behalf of the community for over nine years. MACS operates a studio/ gallery at the Cottage.
– a place for members to work together in creative groups
– workshops for members to upgrade and diversify their skills
– opportunities for members to exhibit their work