Narooma is a quiet and undeveloped town on the coast at the southern end of New South Wales. Its coastline, and those further south of Bermagui and Mystery Bay, is perhaps one of the most beautiful places on the South Coast. At
Narooma, do not miss the view overlooking the Wagonga rivermouth and Australia Rock, a rock with a hole in it replicating the shape of Australia in a rather surprising way. During our visit we had the chance to approach a family of seals that were having a nap on the rock wall. Finally, just off the coast, is Montague Island which we did not have the chance to visit, a nature reserve where penguins, sea lions and other sea birds nest.

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