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The weather in Narooma
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is January. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Narooma, with temperatures going under 5°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
About five hours from Sydney and three hours from Canberra, Narooma is a coastal haven on the sparkling Wagonga Inlet, whose shallow but mesmerizing waters more than justify its name, which is Aboriginal for 'clear blue waters.' Narooma abounds in charming holiday cottages, which range from modest homes to larger builds right on the water. Enjoy walks on the town boardwalk, feast on fresh oysters, go for a dip in the turquoise water, or better still, do nothing—Narooma is a great place to relax.
Feast on oysters in Narooma
Ask any local and he will swear that the best oysters in the world are harvested right in Narooma. After a day relaxing in a beautiful seaside holiday cottage, go for a stroll in the evening, at sunset, ending with a romantic dinner. Kick it off with the Kilpatrick oysters of Narooma. The Whale Restaurant is a popular option, and you can get fresh seafood in a casual setting at Blue Water Seafoods.
If you arrive in May, get ready for some extra shucking as Narooma has its own Oyster Festival, complete with fireworks, vintage car rallies, kite flying festivities, inlet tours and yes, even oyster shucking competitions!
Narooma with the kids
One of the most stunning walks around Narooma can be had on the Mill Bay Boardwalk. At just 250m long, the boardwalk is pram and cycle friendly. Even better, the crystal clear water below teems with marine life, including stingrays. A stroll here is sure to interest the little ones. Kids and adults alike enjoy Narooma Ice Creamery Cafe, where you can get a juicy burger as well as an after-dinner treat.
Narooma has beaches aplenty, some of which are great for surfing, and others of which are ideal for the little ones, thanks to beach patrol and calm water. Mystery Bay Beach is a bit south of town, and is a beautiful option.
Day trip to Montague Island
One of the most exciting day trips from Narooma consists of taking a boat tour to nearby Montague Island, which has an interesting history and is home to plenty of animals. Its impressive granite lighthouse was built in the 1880s, and makes for a pleasant walk, besides offering breathtaking 360-degree views of the shimmering Pacific. Also, don't forget to look out for the resident shearwaters and silver terns.
On the way back, zip on your wet suit and go for a swim with the fur seals who thrive around Montague Island. Witnessing these super friendly critters will create some unforgettable memories. If it's whale calving season, then watch out for humpback whales, as well. They nurse their young calves in the channel between the island and the mainland.
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