Montague Island is an amazing place, just nine kilometres offshore from Narooma. Visitors can explore the island’s lighthouse history, its Aboriginal heritage and its remarkable plants and wildlife as well as explore the island’s unique landscape.
The Island is home to NSW’s largest Fur Seal colony and NSW’s largest Little Penguin colony. Gulls, Crested Terns and Shearwaters breed through spring and summer. Springtime also sees humpback whales move south on their annual migration from tropical waters to their Antarctic feeding grounds.
There are three tours available daily: Morning, Afternoon and Evening tours.
Accommodation is also available for two or more nights for self-catering trips.
From $99 to $130
Guided tours of Montague Island take around four hours, and start and finish at Narooma. The charter boat circumnavigates the island, giving you a chance to see the Fur Seal colony. At some times in the year, a range of other animals can be seen – including; Humpback and Southern Right Whales, dolphins and a variety of seabirds, including Little Penguins and Sooty Oystercatchers.
Tours also include an inspection of the island’s historic lighthouse buildings and all tours on Montague Island are conducted by officers of the National Parks and Wildlife Services.
Please note that tours may be subject to late cancellation in the event of unfavourable weather and sea conditions.Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet
From $2400 to $3600
Two-night stays in beautifully restored heritage buildings for groups of up to 10 persons in the Head Lighthouse Keepers Cottage, and six people in the Assistant Lighthouse Keepers Cottage.
Cater for yourselves, relax and enjoy all the Island has to offer. Ideal for special occasions, getaways and corporate groups.
Accommodation, linen, boat transfers all provided. Just bring food and refreshments.
Take advantage of self-guided tour booklets to learn about the Island’s history and wildlife at your leisure.
Available year-round.Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet