Narooma and Bermagui, are coastal towns in the South Coast area of New South Wales (NSW). Supposedly the name Narooma is derived from the Aboriginal word which means ‘clear blue waters’ and Bermagui, is derived from the Dyirringanj word – permageua which means ‘canoe with paddles’.
The distance among Sydney and Narooma is about 349 kilometres. And Bermagui is about 36 kilometres from Narooma.
There are a lot of items to do in these towns and some of them which I unquestionably propose are:
- Going to the Camel and Horse Head rocks. Horse Head Rock is a quick stroll on the rocks from Camel Rock. The ideal time to stop by is for the duration of low tide.
- Australia Rock and Seal Colony – Yes, you heard it appropriate! There is a rock that is in the shape of Australia. And opposite to the Australia rock there is a colony exactly where seals rest.
- Swimming with seals – At Montague Island, one particular can swim with these remarkable pups of the sea – seals 🙂 .