It’s Whale Watching Season

Narooma whale tour

Watch the Whales near Narooma

Whale Watching season has started and will continue until around November. Get up close and personal to these magnificent creatures with their new born calves as they migrate south from their breeding grounds.

View our Whale Watching Tour booking page with more information and prices.

Whale Watching season is the perfect time to also do a Montague Island tour, as we included free whale watching with all our tours.

Our Evening Montague Island Penguin Tours will also commence from the 21st September and run through to February.



Stay the night at Montague Island

Montague Island house

Stay the night at Montague Island

Wake up surround by Ocean. Montague Island has two cottages available for overnight stays, and have a special running at the moment stay for 3 nights and pay for 2 during whale watching season, 1 May to 30 November 2017. Valid only for booking made between 1 May to 30 November 2017.

For more information or to book phone National Parks on 13000 72757.

Whilst staying on Montague Island, we can help you with a whale watching tour, fishing charter or a snorkel with the playful seals.

Fishing Products for Game and Reef Fishing in Narooma

At Charter Fish Narooma we use and recommend Daiwa fishing products for our reef and game fishing in Narooma.

You will find almost every fish photographed on this website was caught on a Daiwa rod and reel on one of our trips reef and game fishing out of Narooma.

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Fishing trip at Narooma with Charter Fish Narooma.

The Daiwa range of tackle, rods, and reels cover just about every species and type of reef and game fishing in Narooma and the planet. Whether you are a novice going game fishing in Narooma for the first time, or are an expert who has their sights set on reef fishing in Narooma, there is an outfit that is perfect for you and your fishing needs. Read more…

Tuna Fishing – Narooma & Montague Island Update

Just an update, the past 2 weeks have been very slow for us recently. Bad weather has prevented us from going wide looking for the Bluefin Tuna for some time now.


Snapper caught around the Narooma – Montague Island area.

A week ago was our last trip out and things where very quiet with the majority of the fish out too wide for us to reach. One upside is the water holding the fish has pushed in closer within reach and local longliners are getting good numbers of fish.

One more day of bad weather and hopefully we will be out on Wednesday for a look. Hopefully a positive report. In closer water has cooled off and a few good size gummy sharks and snapper have started to show up, although our last trip to Montague Island, we did see a patch of small Kingfish (undersize), we will see what the week brings. Read more…