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68 €

Montague Island Tour from Narooma

All Montague Island tours include:

  • Free Whale Watching during Whale Watching Season (September to November)
  • Guided tour of Montague Island with a National Parks and Wildlife Ranger including climbing the lighthouse
  • A visit to the largest seal colony in New South Wales
  • Refreshments including water, soft drink, tea coffee, hot chocolate and morning or afternoon tea. Cheese platter during the evening penguin tour

The Morning Montague Island Tour
Departs at 8.30am from Town Wharf, Narooma. this 4-hour tour features a 2.5-hour guided tour of Montague Island which includes a visit to the grave yard, seal colony, lighthouse and the southern end of the Island.

The Afternoon Montague Island Tour
Leaves at either 12:30pm or 1pm from Town Wharf, Narooma and lasts 3-hours including a 1.5-hour guided tour of the Island, featuring the lighthouse which was built in 1981, a chance to see seals in their natural habitat and refreshments as well, you also have the option to snorkel with the seals. 

Montague Island and Snorkel tour
Includes a 1.5-hour guided tour of the Island including a chance to visit and climb the lighthouse, followed by a chance to explore the underwater world and frolic with playful seals in one of the Islands sheltered bays. Refreshments, snorkel, fins and masks are provided on this tour. Tour departs from Town Wharf, Narooma at 12:30 or 1pm.

Evening Penguin Tour  
Includes a 1-hour guided tour of the Island including the lighthouse and seal colony, refreshments and the chance to see the Island’s most popular inhabitants, the little Penguins as they return to shore. The departure time of this tour varies depending on sunset so please contact your local operator to confirm departure time from Town Wharf, Narooma. The evening Montague Island Penguin Tour is seasonal and runs from September to January.