Narooma comes from the Aboriginal word for ‘clear, blue water’ which is exactly what you’ll discover here… and so much more.
The journey itself takes you past epic coastlines, through spotted gum forests and over the stunning aquamarine waters over Wagonga Inlet.
Around the festival, there is much opportunity for adventure on land and sea and great food and wine experiences to explore when the sun goes down.
Narooma’s warm, temperate climate means aquatic adventures are on offer all year – swim with the seals at Baranguba Montague Island, kayak on pristine waterways and perhaps catch your own seafood dinner aboard a charter. Those who like to explore on two wheels can explore 400 kilometres of cycle paths and mountain bike trails across 13 routes. Bushwalkers can visit the ancient mother mountain in Gulaga National Park and step out on trails and beaches in Eurobodalla National Park.