Land of many waters
The word Eurobodalla is Aboriginal for ‘land of many waters’ and the region is renowned for its unspoilt beaches, lakes, inlets and rivers. Tourism is the region’s biggest industry and its rolling hills, heavily forested national parks, spectacular waterways and mild, temperate climate are quite a combination.
World class beaches
Eurobodalla has a strong music and arts culture and some of the finest restaurants you will find anywhere in Australia. But it’s not sophisticated – it’s kinder, warmer and more real than that.
The size of your catch is more impressive than the size of your 4WD and anyone wearing a suit is presumed to be going to a funeral. The beaches are world-class – undeveloped, numerous and empty enough for a serious game of cricket.
Coast & forest
Fishing is undertaken in epic proportions from tinnies, rocks, sand flats and serious motors all along its coastline and throughout its river systems. And its marine park status ensures a pristine environment in which to dive, kayak and swim.
Rainforests, mountains, cliff paths and bush tracks offer numerous opportunities to explore the natural environment on land – whether walking, biking or horse riding.
Narooma Visitor Centre
The Narooma Visitor Centre provides a centralised information and booking service for visitors to Narooma and Eurobodalla. The centre opens from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week and manages a 24 hour, 7 day a week on-line booking system which ensures easy and professional service for visitors.
Contact details Narooma Visitors Centre
For any assistance with holiday accommodation, tour bookings and general information about Narooma and the surrounding the region call the Centre free of charge on 1800 240 003.
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