Narooma. The premier destination for cruising the pristine inlets of the NSW South Coast
“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience”-Eleanor Roosevelt
Cruise on a historical vessel
Over 115 years old, the historic Wagonga Princess offers regular 1.5, 2 and 3 hour cruises, 10:30 am, 1:00 pm and sunset daily. She is whisper quiet, propelled by an electric engine and her batteries are charged by the sun. Consequently this is Eco tourism at its finest. There are 3 options available subject to availability.
PLEAE NOTE: The 1.5 hour and 3 hour cruises will not be operating between 4 July 2021 and 28 August 2021. The only cruises operating are the 2 hour day cruise and private charters. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Included on the cruise are delicious snacks proudly made with local ingredients. For instance, locally farmed oysters topped with mystery bay kelp!
Come and join us on one of our many kayak tours around Wagonga Inlet or the amazing coastline of Narooma. We use 1 and 2 person sea kayaks, with sails, which provide fast and efficient transits through the inlet. Furthermore, a guide will be kayaking with you at all times providing local knowledge, assistance and information throughout your tour. Refreshments and lunch is supplied and in addition our support vessel will never be too far away.
Things to do around Narooma
There are many things to do around Narooma during your visit. In addition to taking a cruise, we have many water related activities such as surfing, snorkling, diving or simply taking a stroll along many of the regions stunning beaches. On the other hand you may want to try out the stunning Narooma Golf Course. Click the link below to find out more. Above all and most noteworthy is the Wagonga Inlet cruise. However, this is a biased opinion. 🙂