Walks, Bush Walks & Strolls
Probably the best known local bush walk is the walk up Mt Dromedary, or Gulaga as it is known to the local Aboriginal Peoples. The start of the walk to the summit is at Pam's Store in Tilba Tilba. The return trip is about 11 km and you need to allow half a day. The rainforest, wildlife, granite outcrops of this ancient volcano, and the wonderful views to the ocean make the effort really worthwhile.
A less strenuous walk is the Mill Bay Boardwalk along the northern shore of Wagonga Inlet, east of the bridge. Watch the very large rays from the safety of the raised walk (these guys are real giants - at least they are to me), or just enjoy the views across the inlet to Narooma and the ocean. You can access the northern wall of the bar crossing, or even continue northwards on the cycle/walking path which follows the ocean shoreline to Kiama and Dalmeny. (see also my blog Mill Bay Boardwalk)
If you want a longer walk in Narooma, follow the walking/cycle path from Woolworth's Shopping Mall to the Boardwalk via Surf Beach, Narooma Golf Club, Rotary Park and the boat harbour, Narooma Indoor Swimming Pool, and the path on the ocean side of Easts Caravan Park to the Bridge, and thus to the Boardwalk.
For more information on local walks, try the following link.more walks
Dromedary Creek in Gulaga National Park