Montague Island Nature Reserve

Montague Island, Montague Island

Montague Island Nature Reserve is home to hundreds of seals and more than 90 bird species. Enjoy a stay in a heritage lighthouse keeper’s cottage.

Montague Island Nature Reserve, just off the South Coast near Narooma, offers the chance to experience a spectacular wildlife wonderland. Choose a day trip or indulge your inner mariner and stay in historic lighthouse accommodation. There is always the option to really get amongst it and become a conservation volunteer. Any way you experience it, the incredible heritage, wildlife and breathtaking island views could keep you coming back.

Visit from late winter to early December to see hundreds of seals lazing on the rocks, or bring your binoculars for a spot of birdwatching. More than 90 bird species have been seen on the island and 15 of them nest over summer. During spring, you’re likely to see whales frolicking in the water on their annual southern migration. Their knowledgeable tour guides will be on hand to answer all your questions.

t: 1800 240 003
e: coordinator@montagueisland.com.au
w: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au


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Facilities
Carpark,

Activities
Birdwatching, Walk, Hiking,


  • Montague Island Nature Reserve
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