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Lake Brou to Potato Point Walk


This is a long, wild and natural beach walk in the Eurobodalla National Park. From the park opposite the shops in Dalmeny, cross the wooden footbridge across Lake Mummaga inlet onto Dalmeny Beach and head north. After approximately four kilometres, near a stretch of distinctive sandy red cliffs, you will come to the mouth of the magnificent Lake Brou. This is a possible turning point or continue on to Jemisons Point and then to Potato Point, where you can enjoy a rest and the view from the bench seat high on the south side of the point.

Length: 14 kilometres return (or eight kilometres return to Brou Lake).
Time: four to five hours return.
Grade: Medium.




Dalmeny Drive
Dalmeny, NSW, 2546

Located 1.5K from Dalmeny

Club Dalmeny


The Narooma Sporting and Services Club Group incorporates Club Narooma and Club Dalmeny. Club Dalmeny offers superb dining at the Lake View Grill in a relaxed and family friendly environment. They also provide fantastic sporting facilities, barefoot bowling, bingo, weekly raffles and live entertainment. Great people, great food, great entertainment.




Ruth Place
Dalmeny, NSW, 2546

Located 1.9K from Dalmeny

Bodalla Forest Rest Area


Bodalla Forest Rest Area is located in Bodalla State Forest, just off the Princes Highway.

Surrounded by tall spotted gums, Bodalla Forest Rest Area offers picnic tables, toilets and access to a walking track around Mummaga Lake, from which you may spot a variety or native animals and birds. A great spot for a family picnic or overnight stay in your caravan or campervan on your highway travels.

Like all NSW State Forests, your stay is absolutely free.




Bodalla Park Road
Bodalla, NSW, 2545

Located 3.9K from Dalmeny

Apex Park Picnic Area Narooma


If you are looking for that perfect picnic area then look no further. Sit back and take in the stunning views of the Wagonga Inlet whilst enjoying a picnic or barbecue lunch. After lunch take your pick from a number of walks which start from the picnic area including the picturesque Mill Bay Boardwalk, Narooma Breakwall or the Narooma-Kianga-Dalmeny shared walkway/cycleway. If you would prefer a swim you don't need to walk far and you will find the beautiful Bar Beach.

Toilet facilities, boat ramp and playground available.




Centenary Drive
Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 4.0K from Dalmeny

Mill Bay Boardwalk Narooma


Along the scenic Mill Bay Boardwalk, gaze out on the beautiful emerald water and see that it is teeming with life. Large schools of fish are regularly swimming about, making this a good fishing spot. Sting rays are a regular along the boardwalk, but are often spotted competing with seals for food as the fishermen clean their catch of the day near the boat ramp.

The Boardwalk is located on the northern side of Wagonga Inlet and starts at Mill Bay. Heading north, turn first right after the Narooma Bridge into Centenary Drive, and first right again to park at Mill Bay. Alternatively, continue to Apex Park, park your vehicle, cross at the boat ramp, and start the Boardwalk from there.

After the boardwalk itself you can choose to head to the delightful eateries overlooking Forsters Bay, or follow the cycle/walk path to Australia Rock at the Wagonga Inlet entrance.





Centenary Drive
North Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 4.0K from Dalmeny

Australia Rock


Australia Rock is a popular photo opportunity. Viewed at just the right angle, the hole in the rock at Wagonga Head, has an uncanny resemblance to a map of Australia (without Tasmania). There are various explanations for how the rock formed into this continental likeness, including that it is simply a natural result of thousands of years of erosion of the ancient chert and shale headland. One of the more interesting tales is that the hole was created inadvertently when a ship was moored to the heads with large chains. In heavy seas the chains wore away the rock to create the familiar shape you see today.
Australia Rock is part of the Narooma Accretionary Complex and Chevron Folds, the results of the pressure from the Pacific Plate's collision with the land.




1 Bar Rock Road
Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 4.5K from Dalmeny

Bar Beach South


Bar Beach South in Narooma is one of the safest beaches for children to learn to snorkel and swim along the Eurobodalla's coastline. It's naturally enclosed and protected position near the mouth of the Wagonga Inlet is further enhanced by the break-wall at its northern end. Facilities near Bar Beach South include picnic area, toilets, large carpark, children's play equipment, boat ramp, and barbecues. At the western end of the picnic area you will find a boardwalk which leads you to Narooma around Wallaga Lake.




1 Bar Rock Road
Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 4.6K from Dalmeny

Box Cutting Rainforest Walk


The beautiful Box Cutting Rainforest Walk takes 35 minutes of easy walking, although there are some steep sections. The walk is accessed from Kianga Road on Tourist Drive 4 (Princes Highway, Narooma) and is situated in the Bodalla State Forest along Box Cutting Road.

The initial decent in the walk brings you into a vibrant natural gully of grey myrtle rainforest featuring trees laden with mosses and lichens. Bright orange and white fungi are luminous in the cool shade and birds nest ferns grow in the dense canopy. Along the walk you are sure to encounter some of native birdlife including Wonga Pigeons, Lyrebirds, Satin Bowerbirds and Crimson Rosellas, which are abundant in the rainforest.




Kianga Road
Kianga, NSW, 2546

Located 4.7K from Dalmeny

Narooma Lighthouse Museum


Come and discover the history of Narooma at the Narooma Lighthouse Museum, located at the Narooma Visitor Centre.

The key artefact of the Narooma Lighthouse Museum is the original light and optical apparatus from the Montague Island Light Station. This light station was the last in NSW to be manned, and is still the only remaining occupied light station on the NSW coast.

The light and optical apparatus were constructed by Chance Brothers of Birmingham, suppliers of most lighthouse equipment for colonial governments at the time. The light was first lit on 6 October 1881 and was used for almost 105 years, with its final manual lighting occurring 14 September 1986. The light and optical apparatus were removed from Montague Island when the light was automated.

A detailed interpretive display 'Mainland to Island' and a collection of items have been developed around the theme of this central piece.





Princes Highway,
Narooma Visitors Centre
Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 5.1K from Dalmeny

MACS Cottage Gallery


Montague Art and Craft Society (MACS) is a non-profit organisation providing visitors and the local community with facilities, encouragement, education and promotion of the arts.

The MACS Cottage Gallery showcases art and craft by professional and amateur artists from Narooma and surrounding regions. Artwork is on exhibition for public viewing and sales.

The Cottage Gallery also offers studio activities and workshops on a regular basis - please contact the gallery for further information.







92 Campbell Street
Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 5.1K from Dalmeny

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