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Narooma Rocks aims to create welcoming, safe, inclusive and enjoyable events for everyone.

Tickets will be available for purchase in February, 2023. We are currently working on the festival program and site map and will include them here when complete. In the meantime, we welcome enquiries to discuss your personal needs, or the needs of your group. 

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Festival information


Permanent wheelchair accessible toilets are located at the southern end of Quota Park.

The nearest Changing Places are one hour’s drive north of Narooma. Bay Pavillions at Batemans Bay has facilities with a hot shower. There is another at nearby Corrigan’s Reserve (no shower).


Assisted parking will available close to the main gate for those with a Mobility Parking Pass.

Information Marquee

We have two information marquees where you can speak with an information officer or pick up a printed copy of the program. The first marquee is positioned near the festival’s main entrance, and the second is positioned near the main stage.


The program will be available in various ways. Prior to the festival it will be published on the website and social media. During the festival look for signage, or visit an Information Marquee for a printed copy. The Festival MC will also make regular announcements from the main stage.

Site map

A site map will be published online prior to the festival and available at the festival. The festival site is at Quota Park, Narooma on the shores of Wagonga Inlet. The site is flat and the grounds are a combination of well maintained lawn, concrete pathway and bitumen road. Way finders are positioned throughout the festival.


A free shuttle bus operates around Narooma and Dalmeny on Friday night and Saturday. If you are travelling from outside Narooma on Saturday, a ticketed coach service will operate between Batemans Bay and Bega. Bus tickets will go on sale in February 2023. Stops in Eurobodalla include Batemans Bay, Tuross Head turnoff, Moruya, Broulee Road turnoff, Bodalla. Stops in Sapphire Coast include Cobargo and Bega. 

Closed Captions

Closed captions are used where possible. The Cooking Demonstration Program and the Oyster Shucking Competition are displayed on screens in and outside the marquee.


Carers can enter the festival with their clients for free, please show your pass at the festival gate. Free entry for children under 16.


Each year more than 100 volunteers help to deliver the festival. To find out more, please visit our Information for Volunteers, or email us at if you would like to volunteer during the festival, or to help the planning team throughout the year.