Narooma welcomes us for 7 days over the New Year for us. This region really turned on its charm for our visit. After the unpack of the van and the set up of the boat/trailer we headed out to explore.
We first came across a little gem of a creek at the southern end of Handkerchief Beach, in which the girls were pulled, towed and skimmed across the turquoise water for a good 5 hours. Needless to say Warrick and the girls were buggered and we all had a great first day in Narooma.
We then welcomes in the new year at Wallanga on the south coast of NSW with a paddle and play day in this amazing waterway. What a lovely spot to go for a swim, paddle, kayak or play. It’s amazing just how much gear you can carry on these SUPs, from towel bags, picnic hampers, sunshade ( couldn’t do without it OZtrail ), buckets and spades and the kids boogie boards. Just a really nice day out with some silly fun :).
An other day we set off in the Mako Craft to explore the waterways of Corunna Lake. Charlotte was pretty keen to jump on her boogie board and skurf behind the boat and enjoyed it immensely! After 1/2 a tank of juice was used we made our way to the mouth of the inlet and moored on the beach. The tide was running out so it was perfect conditions for drifting with the girls on their boards out to the mouth….. again & again & again! So much fun in such a spectacular environment. The day didn’t end there. Once we arrived home our neighbours cooked up Buffalo Wings and invited us over, we packed up a picnic and the SUP’s and headed out on Forsters Bay in Narooma with 4 other families (incl 8 kids) for some more water based fun.
We stayed at Narooma Easts Caravan Park, read our review here.