Kianga holiday house near Narooma

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  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10
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Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Kianga holiday house near Narooma

Booragul is a large five bedroom home in Kianga a very scenic area just 5 minutes north of Narooma. The upstairs living area includes a dining area with hand made table by the owner with seating for 10, a very well equipped kitchen, 2 Queen bedrooms, a 3rd bedroom has 2 singles, 1 bathroom. The house is ideal for families & friends that like to holiday together yet have their own space and combine when needed.

The living area offers guests panoramic ocean & coastal views looking towards Montague Island. Comfortable lounge with television and sound system. Board games if you don't want the TV on. There are 2 decks off the living area, the ...Read more

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S & S Gallagher

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Kianga holiday house near Narooma
Narooma, New South Wales, Australia

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Narooma NSW, a unique seaside town with an unspoilt village atmosphere. Narooma is located on the South Coast of New South Wales & part of the Eurobodalla Nature Coast, a pristine stretch of ocean front starting at Batemans Bay and ending south at Narooma and Central Tilba. In and around Narooma there are great ocean beaches and estuaries which a suitable for all kinds of water sports, including fishing.

Attractions in the area include a spectacular golf course perched on the cliff tops, world class diving, adventure dive on shipwrecks, learn about Eurobodalla's Aboriginal culture at Umbarra Cultural Centre, or enjoy fresh local seafood at one of Narooma's many restaurants. Swimming in the clear blue waters is also a huge draw, and there are beaches for everyone from the experienced surfers to young children. Whale watching excursions are a great way for the family to enjoy nature and see the coast line from the sea. Narooma boasts many cafes, clubs, and a variety of shopping options to suit everyone. Narooma even has a six-lane indoor heated pool.

Now is the time to come and enjoy the unique charm and character this town has to offer! Narooma makes a great stay over while travelling down Australia's South Coast, or stay for a while at Booragul and make Narooma your home base for exploring all that the Eurobodalla region has to offer. Either way, you won't regret planning a trip to Narooma.

Things to do in and around Narooma
Scenic Inlet Cruises: Quietly cruise the Wagonga inlet in the environmentally friendly electric Wagonga Princes (circa 1905). Cruising on the “ Wagonga Princess” is a very special experience as you see and learn about birds, oysters, history, fishing, rainforests and more with Charlie, a third generation local. Charlie will tell you the history of the town and the inlet, and there might just be a grain of truth in some of his tall stories.

Mount Dromedary forms the backdrop to the town. Rainforest species thrive in several places on the upper tiers of the mountain. The “Gulaga” Mount Dromedary gives Narooma wonderful mountain views contrasted with the oceanfront and the Wagonga Inlet. Everywhere you look the views are simply amazing. Today, the inlet provides endless recreation opportunities for the families that come to enjoy this South Coast seaside town.

Montague Island: Visit the Narooma Visitor Information Centre to book your trip for a wildlife tour of Montague Island Nature Reserve - an offshore adventure 8kms off the coast. The wildlife is amazing with seabirds, penguins, Australian and New Zealand fur seals, dolphins, and the migration of the humpback whales during Spring. Montague Island is also a Mecca for fishers chasing kingfish, marlin and yellow fin tuna, as well as many reef species... Learn about the island's intriguing indigenous and European history while you explore the unique lighthouse and historic buildings. View the famous penguin parade at dusk, the seals at play, birds and maybe dolphins. The reserve has been described as New South Wales’ best maritime adventure.

Festivals in and around Narooma

January: Eurobodalla District Show - Moruya
February: Cobargo Folk Festival
March: Bermagui Seaside Fair – Festival & Entertainment
April: Tilba Easter Festival
May: Oyster Festival -NaroomaJune: Alfresco winter dining – Wadonga Inlet
July: Bay to Bermagui –Classis & Vintage Motor club
August: Spring Orchid Show - Narooma
September: Whale Watch or Seal Search – Montague Island
October: Blues & Rockabilly Festival Moruya Jazz Festival
November: Narooma Traditional Boats Afloat
December: Tuross Cup – Moruya Racecourse
Fishing and Charters. Fishing is quite popular with the visitors to the area, and there are big game fishing charters direct from Narooma. Choose one of many modern charter boats, all operated by experienced professionals. Full and half day charters will take you sightseeing, diving, wildlife, reef, sports and deep sea fishing tours.

Montague Island: For the land ”lubbers”. The location of Montague Island and the close proximity of the continental shelf the current action seems to keep the whales in close for up to 2 weeks at a time. No need for the long boat trip to locate them, whales and their calves end up at Narooma's front door. View whales up close from the headlands.

Narooma Golf Course: Described as incredible and unique - a challenge for the serious golfer and a pleasure for the not so serious Narooma Golf Course is rated one of the country’s finest – a breathtaking course set on cliff tops above a raging sea.

Whale Watching with Island Charters : Experience the exhilaration of being out on the ocean. No crowds or traffic. Just salt air and infinite sea!!! Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales, Killer Whales and Pilot Whales migrate along the coastline each year and come in very close to Montague Island - probably because the continental shelf is closer to the coastline here than in most other places on the eastern seaboard.

Indoor Climbing Wall: If want to have fun and get exercise at the same time.

Narooma Fitness & Cycles. Test your skill and endurance on climbs of varying difficulty. Instructors are available to assist climbers to enjoy the sport safely. They have a fully equipped gym with pin-weighted equipment, free weights and cardio gear. Regular fitness classes are conducted. Enjoy a game of squash. Playing partners can be organised. They also have a large range of bicycles, spare parts and accessories for sale and bikes can be repaired there if required

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats

Getting There

Car is recommended



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