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Great walkway with easy access for wheelchairs and mobility walkers it's approx 800 m long with parking at both ends, particularly North end at Apex park, boat ramp, some parking at other end which is actually the start of the Mill Bay Boardwalk My wife...More
If visiting Narooma, this is a must-do. Less activity at low tide but at other times watch seals, cormorants, herons, pelicans, big rays and other fish. Toilets both ends. Continue towards end of breakwater to watch the seals on the rocks the other side.
Take a stroll down the Mill Bay Boardwalk - it shouldn't take long but we were stopping every few minutes to check out the abundant sea-life in the crystal clear waters below us. We saw sting rays, starfish, sea urchins, an abundance of fish and...More
The boardwalk is not very long at all so you will only need 10 15 mins to walk it. Look over into the clear waters and you can see some little puffer fish swimming around. The board walk is quite wide, suitable for bikes and...More
This is an excellent afternoon or morning walk by the side of the river to the sea. The is plenty to see as you walk along this well made boardwalk. We saw many Pelicans, herons grebes and 3 or 4 Rays swimming along . Whenyou...More
Go over the bridge going north out of Narooma and turn first right into Centenary Drive. The car park for the boardwalk is on the right. There is access to both beach and boardwalk from there but I don't know about... More
Go over the bridge going north out of Narooma and turn first right into Centenary Drive. The car park for the boardwalk is on the right. There is access to both beach and boardwalk from there but I don't know about snorkeling. You may have to ask a local for their knowledge on that one as I believe there are sting rays in the water from time to time. Hope that is of some help.