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 Kayaks to Forsters Bay for early morning breakfast, but it is 5km so it’s not for the fainthearted. Forsters Bay also provides a very photogenic foreground for photographs of Mt Dromedary, better known to locals by it’s Aboriginal name Gulaga. The two photographs below, taken by Heide Smith, were both taken from Riverside Drive, but at different times of day.

Dusk over Forsters Bay NaroomaForsters Bay Narooma with Mt Gulaga in the background

Forsters Bay Narooma – dusk

After the storm - Forsters Bay Narooma with Mt Gulaga in the background by Heide Smith

After the storm – Forsters Bay Narooma with Mt Gulaga in the background

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