Montague Island Adventures & Charter Fish Narooma

Come aboard one of our custom designed boats

Visit the natural beauty of Montague Island. Watch the whales in September to November. Come see the the penguins September to February and get up close to the seals all year round.

Enjoy the Unique Experiences of Narooma

Our team at Montague Island Adventures and Charter Fish Narooma are passionate locals who grew up in the area. We know all the best places for snorkelling with the seals, whale watching, fishing and guided tours on Montague Island.

Come aboard for an unforgettable adventure with us!

We are the only company to leave from our very own boat shed, with seating and toilet. We have two premium boats. Nitro II is the biggest, fastest and most powerful boat, with outside toilet and change room. Biggest boat with fewer customer aboard. Playstation has a maximum of 8 people, perfect for small groups and private charters with toilet, and change room for customer comfort and privacy.

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Boat Shed Montague Island Adventures and Charter Fish Narooma

Narooma & Montague Island Adventures

Visit the natural beauty of Montague Island, just off the South Coast of NSW, near Narooma. Montague Island Nature Reserve and surrounding sea waters offer the chance to experience a spectacular wildlife wonderland, it is home to hundreds of seals and more than 90 bird species. Explore the incredible heritage of the island, wildlife and breathtaking island views that will keep you coming back for more. Late winter to early December, see hundreds of seals lazing on the rocks, or try one of our best tours, diving with the seals. During Summer, see over 19 different bird species nesting on the island. In Spring, watch the whales frolicking up and down the coast from September through to November on their annual migration north and then south Our fishing Charters are not to be missed by beginner or serious fishing enthusiasts. When you’re out there, you might just see whales, dolphins and seals right next to the boat!

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Get to Montague Island?

Montague Island is a 20 minute boat ride from Narooma aboard one of our Vessels Playstation or Nitro.

Can You Stay on Montague Island?

Yes you can stay on Montague Island, you need to contact National Parks to make a booking.

How Long Does It Take to Get to Montague Island From Narooma?

It takes 20 minutes from Narooma to Montague Island.

Are There Penguins on Montague Island?

Penguin season is from September to February. No penguins on the island March to August.

What Is Montague Island Known for?

Montague Island is known for the lighthouse, penguins, seals, navy history, aboriginal history, marine life, birdlife, Historical.

How Far Offshore Is Montague Island?

Montague Island is nine kilometres (5.5 miles) from Narooma.

Is There Accommodation on Montague Island?

Montague Island has two cottages accommodation.

Will There Be Somewhere to Leave Our Personal Items While on the Tour?

Personal Items can be left on the boat, or at the boat shed.

What Does the Price of the Tour Include?

Price of the tour includes, National Parks fees, Marine park permit, transfer to the Island by our vessel, refreshments, visit to the seal colony.

What Facilities Are Available on Montague Island?

Facilities on Montague Island is toilet, first aid, two cottage accommodation.

Are Children Allowed on Your Tours?

A minimum age of 5 years applies for all visitors to Montague Island at the moment due to COVID.

Should I Book in Advance?

Booking in advance is recommend. As we need to confirm numbers with Montague Island.

How Do I Make a Reservation?

Bookings can be made online or by phoning 0407487702.

What Do I Need to Bring?

You need to bring comfortable walking shoes, snacks, and a jumper.

Do You Have Gift Vouchers Available?

Gift vouchers are available online or by phone and are instant downloadable.

How Long Are the Tours?

The tours of the Island with National Parks are 1.5 hour to 2.5 hours.

Are the Tours Weather Dependent?

The tours are weather and sea conditions dependent.

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