Category Archives: Wagonga Inlet

the serenity cure

suffering from Post Election Stress Disorder? you need the Serenity Cure     When I say that Hobbs Point is about as close to Heaven as you can get, folks think that I am somewhat biased, you know “oh well he would say that, wouldn’t he, he runs a guest cottage!” But Heide and I live here, and when we searched for a place to retire to, 20 years ago, we were actually looking for, a little teeny weeny slice of heaven. But don’t take my word for it. Here are […]

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Mill Bay Boardwalk

Mill Bay Boardwalk The Mill Bay Boardwalk really is a must see attraction for visitors to Narooma, as well as local fishermen, walkers, cyclists and families. It is a perfect spot for taking great photographs of Wagonga Inlet with either Narooma or Mt Dromedary as a backdrop, and for children fish spotting, especially when the fish is a huge ray. To find the boardwalk, head north on the Princes Highway, and after crossing the Narooma Bridge, turn first right into Centenary Drive, and first right again to park at Mill Bay. […]

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Forsters Bay Wagonga Inlet Narooma

Forsters Bay Wagonga Inlet High on the list of places to visit in Narooma is Forsters Bay, home to The Inlet & The Quarterdeck Restaurants. Both sit over the waters of Wagonga Inlet and are very popular spots for both visitors and residents alike seeking a morning coffee or something more substantial later in the day. It is equally popular for fishermen digging for sea worms for bait when the tides out, or for less energetic gourmands tasting Narooma’s famous oysters. Some of our guests at Hobbs Point Cottage prefer to paddle their […]

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Gallery

 Hobbs Point GalleryOur New Hobbs Point Gallery now includes Photographs of Narooma & NSW South Coast, in addition to the existing Hobbs Point Views and Wildlife Galleries, plus a gallery featuring photographs taken by guests staying at Hobbs Point Cottage. Heide has photographed the South Coast for more than 20 years; it is an area of great natural beauty, of sea & craggy shores, bordered by forests which  continue westward for 100 kilometres to the Great Dividing Range. In addition to the photographs in the gallery, our blog contains images and information […]

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