Sometimes local insider knowledge is what what makes the best holidays, so we've listed some of our favourite things to see and do.
Here's a little list of what you can do in our beautiful seaside town of Narooma...
- Cycle to Dalmeny along the ocean pathway. Bikes are available for hire at Narooma Bike Hire and it's a great way to slow down, relax, enjoy the scenery you don't always get to see.
- Enjoy a drink at the Club Narooma, a feed or even enjoy some of the regular entertainment they have on offer. The family friendly bowling club even has a lovely little playground for the kids to enjoy and a menu to match.
- Treat yourself to a divine meal at The Whale Restaurant whose menu changes as often as the seasons. The produce is as local as you can get with the butcher, Jeff, next door, Ben the fisherman just down the hill, and the fruit and vegetable produce from local farms and kitchens. If that's not enough to tantalise your tastebuds, renown Chef Matthew also supplements his menus with foraged food from the beach, the bush, friends who have an abundance of home-grown goodies and their own Whale garden. If you don't have time for a mouth-watering sit down meal, you could always enjoy the scrumptious tapas or the live music on a Friday evening.
- Need to cool off on one of our beautiful sunny days? Take a stroll over to Bar Beach for a refreshing swim in the protected waters off the bar entrance. Keep an eye out for all the wonderful sealife including crabs, juvenile fish and seals.
- Spend some time out on the water, taking in the serenity of the waterways around our beautiful inlet on the ‘Wagonga Princess’ with Skipper, Charlie. Experience the beautiful Wagonga Inlet, its wildlife, Devonshire and billy teas, rainforest walks, and absorb three generations of Inlet knowledge delivered with humour, and local Aboriginal Culture, on a electrically-powered, whisper-quiet, environmentally-friendly vessel.
- Visit the most photographed rock formations in Eurobodalla, Glasshouse Rocks, at the end of Surf Beach. Take photos of the formation known as "Australia Rock" and explore the texture and patterns in the pillow lava.
We'll keep all the precious insider knowledge coming, so keep an eye on this page for the next installment!