Narooma – clear blue water

Narooma comes from the Aboriginal for ‘clear, blue water’ and the vibrant aqua colours of the Wagonga Inlet, set against the spectacular backdrop of Gulalga Mountain, are the first things visitors see as they arrive from the north (see the image at top of this page).

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Uniquely Narooma

Narooma – clear, blue water Narooma comes from the Aboriginal for ‘clear, blue water’ and the … read more

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Narooma’s History

Click here to purchase local histories. The first inhabitants The Yuin people were the first inhabitants … read more

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Montague Island

Premier eco-tourism experience Travel guru Catriona Rowntree once described Montague Island as “a nightmare to film … read more

Mystery Bay

An embarrassment of spectacular beaches Mystery Bay is a pretty coastal hamlet between Narooma and Tilba … read more

Eurobodalla

Land of many waters The word Eurobodalla is Aboriginal for ‘land of many waters’ and the … read more

Wagonga Inlet & Gulaga

Narooma Weather

The perfect temperature Narooma reportedly has the second most temperate climate in the world. Summer is … read more

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Dalmeny & Kianga

Kianga Kianga is a small settlement 2km north from Narooma with houses perched high above the … read more