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 the mother mountain, Gulaga, are the first things seen as you arrive into town.
All the good things
Our town is big on all those things that make Australia special – great climate, undeveloped beaches, expansive forests, abundant native wildlife, fabulous food and a community that loves where they live.
The word Eurobodalla is Aboriginal for ‘land of many waters’ and the region is renowned for its unspoilt beaches and spectacular lakes, inlets and rivers. Set adjacent to heavily forested national parks and lush farmland, the region creates a feeling of relaxation and freedom.
Key agriculture within the area is dairying so you can expect to find some of the best dairy produce in Australia. And the south coast isn’t called The Oyster Coast for no reason! The fresh clean waters produce incredible oysters that can be enjoyed straight from the producer. The fertile country and temperate climate help produce an array of other amazing fresh food such as honey, wine, beef and lamb and even truffles! Fresh fish of course is a given!
Nearby towns and hamlets including Tilba, Bodalla, Bermagui and Cobargo, all less than half an hour drive from Narooma offer their own charm and an abundance of local food, art and shopping.