Narooma’s many sides

Aerial view of Narooma bar and breakwall

With so many activities available on land and sea, the only problem for visitors to Narooma is fitting it all into one trip. When a coastal town’s name translates to the local Yuin phrase for ‘clear blue water’, it’s obvious from the get-go that you’ve chosen your destination well. But while it’s tempting to immediately …

Golfing the coast


Prefer your round of golf to come with cliffside sea views or be an easy stroll from the centre of town? Keen to try your skills on dog legs or double greens? Whatever your preference, the Eurobodalla’s three golf courses have it, with year-round play to boot (yes, winter conditions really can be fantastic). Club …

Future fore!


Interest in the sport of golf has snowballed significantly since the COVID pandemic. But as the popular golf courses of the Eurobodalla welcome increasing numbers of players, those behind the scenes are also thinking about the future. So what lies ahead for the Eurobodalla’s golf courses, and what can golfers of the next decade expect …

Taste test

Eurobodalla Oyster Festival

As the Narooma Oyster Festival approaches, the opportunity for the ultimate oyster tasting experience draws nearer.

Rock On


The Narooma Oyster Festival is back, and it has some surprises in store for fans of local food.

Entertain the kids


From whale watching to kid friendly walks, beaches aren’t the only way to entertain the kids on this stretch of the coast.

Merroir and oysters

Man with an opened oyster at Narooma

Savvy foodies are looking to the waters of the south coast in their appreciation of the Rock oyster’s merroir.