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Wagonga Inlet Cruises

Narooma, Australia
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About Wagonga Inlet Cruises
Join us on board the Wagonga Princess and experience the beautiful Wagonga Inlet and its wildlife. Ecotourism for all ages. Electrically-powered, whisper-quiet, environmentally-friendly solar powered vessel. Inlet history, both European & Aboriginal, oyster cultivation & see wildlife in their natural habitat around the inlet. Visit the old township of Wagonga, Aboriginal middens many thousands of years old. Sunset cruise includes mouth watering canapés, BYO drinks. Regular trips and charters.
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Tina J wrote a review Jan 2022
Sydney, Australia14 contributions
What an enjoyable and educational trip on the Wagonga Inlet with Dave at sunset! We saw sea eagles,Aboriginal maddens and historic sites as we ate fresh prawns and chatted with the guests. I would recommend this trip to anyone who visits Narooma. The Huon pine 117 year old boat powered by a quiet electrical motor was an added bonus. Thanks Dave and James.
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Date of experience: January 2022
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john c wrote a review June 2021
Campbelltown, Australia2 contributions
The best way to spend 3 hours. Fantastic inlet cruise. peaceful and quite watching the wildlife and scenery go by. the Captain extremely knowledgeable of the history of both Aboriginal and early settlers. stopped off for banana bread and coffee and a walk of the areas history. coming to Narooma this definitely has to be on your bucket list.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Michele J wrote a review June 2021
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The Wagonga Princess is a beautiful old timber boat and Dave her captain will take you out on the Wagonga inlet for 2 or 3 hour tours. There were 4 of us on the 1pm tour which is for 3 hours. Dave has great info on the history of the area as well as the native bush and birds. Delicious afternoon tea was served after a short walk around the site of the old Wagonga township on the upper reaches of the inlet. This is a great way to spend an afternoon in Narooma.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Matthew D wrote a review May 2021
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A beautiful historic boat, stunning scenery and well/informed relaxed commentary from our skipper all added up to a perfect afternoon’s cruising. This beautiful 1905 Huon pine vessel has been refitted with electric propulsion so it is quiet and pollution free. Amazing how much history is attached to the inlet, from First Nations shell middens through to early colonial settlement and 20th century industry. We travelled on the 2pm 3 hour cruise; a great afternoon.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Alysha M wrote a review Apr 2021
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We did the sunset cruise over the Easter long weekend. We had a lovely afternoon, the scenery was beautiful and very relaxing. There was plenty of food to graze on. Can bring BYO drinks. Well worth doing when in Narooma!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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