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Batemans Marine Park Glass-Bottom Kayak Tour
"Often referred to as a “Wildlife adventure” on this tour your main aim is to find as much wildlife as possible as you enter a tidal sand flat system and an age old mangrove system now protected within the Batemans Marine Park Sanctuary Zones. This signif sea grass beds and mangrove system harbours a vast amount of species and their breeding cycles. The area also has significant cultural heritage for the first Australians with over 12000 years of occupation by Yuin people. The word “Cullendulla” is a Durga word the language spoken by the indigenous people and translates to “Place of Food” in english.A fun 2.5 hour family friendly tour in stable glass bottom kayaks with photos and snacks included the perfect way to explore this otherwise inaccessible area.We recommend this as a great guided adventure for everyone first time kayakers
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Oyster Kayak Tour from Batemans Bay
"The Clyde estuary system has become part of a much larger story due to the success of the Australias Oyster Coast initiative. This kayak tour starts with introduction of the equipment and paddle practice prior to slipping onto the calm smooth waters of the Clyde river. In no time you will become part of the successful story that is oyster farming on the Clyde river Batemans Bays largest estuary system. You'll first paddle to the Oyster Shed on Wray Street where local operators will give informative farming talks tastings and offer oysters by the dozen for sale. The tour then continues on kayaking through working oyster farms and packing sheds all within easy floating distance of you starting location at the Batemans Bay bridge. Oysters are offered for sale on this experience. You can load as many dozen as you wish in you"""Join 4th generation yyster farmers on a kayak tour  for a working insight into Australia's Oyster Coast. The magnificent Clyde River Estuary system in Batemans Bay is home to some of the most successful oyster farmers on the South Coast of NSW
From AUD95.00
 
Pizza Kayak Tour from Batemans Bay
"This kayak tour starts with introduction of the equipment and paddle practice and ordering you choice of mouth watering pizza prior to slipping onto the calm smooth waters of the Clyde river. In no time you will become part of the beautiful evening in Batemans Bay. You'll first paddle into the open waters of the Bay prior to collecting your steaming pizza from the waterfro a torch a drink of water and a sense of adventure!""""Combine an award winning kayak tour with an award winning Pizza restaurant for a truly unique experience! This is a two hour guided kayak tour of the Batemans Bay harbour. Midway your choice of mouthwatering Pizza from Sams Pizzeria on the Waterf stars and Clyde River National Park become your restaurant as you explore the area rich in history and marine life!"
From AUD95.00

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Wind and Rain

BAR ROCK LOOKOUT and the wind can be blowing a gale here. If you are visiting on a not real warm day, then you will need to pop a Jacket on to keep warm! I took a photo of the wind swept shrubs just...
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The Town

We asked at the Visitor Information centre where we could by fish and chips for lunch and they sent us along Riverside drive to Taylors fish 'n chips shop. They sell all sorts of fresh Seafood and...
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Seals

Seals - Perhaps your like me and love seeing them either sunbaking or getting up to many antics in the water! Narooma sea wall is now home to small colony of seals who love to sunbake on the rocks...
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Australia Rock

Australia Rock really looks like a map of Australia. There are two tales as how it became shaped like this. *** The shape of the rock happened accidentally many years ago when a ship was tied to the...
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Bar Rock lookout

After I had finished enjoying the views at Bar Rock Look-out, I was wondering which way to head next when I spotted a pathway leading down the side of the hill. This pathway is made up of MANY STEPS...
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Lighthouse Museum

Located in the Narooma visitor information centre is the Narooma Lighthouse Museum which fills you in on the maritime history of Narooma. Located outside the visitor centre is a Lighthouse built by...
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Surf Beach

Surf beach lies on the south side of Wagonga Heads and as the name says, it is for the surfers as it is dangerous for swimmers. It is the best surf beach in Narooma with waves around 1.5 metres...
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"SEE THE SEALS AT NAROOMA"
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"NAROOMA"
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"Narooma"
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"Sandbar Town"
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"Narooma - worth a stop"
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