KIANGA homes mostly have a commanding panoramic views of the Tasman Sea and Dalmeny. There is one store in Kianga, which acts as a restaurant and small general store.
There are three beaches in Kianga, Kianga Beach, Kianga Reef Beach and Carters Beach. These are classified under Beach Safe and care should be taken as they are locally considered as dangerous beaches.
The Kianga village area was surveyed in February 1959 and registered December 1960 in the name of Kianga Pty Ltd to be marketed as The Narooma Surf Beach Estate, so it is a very new area however it does still have some of the classic and simple holiday houses of those earlier days.
Kianga Lake is part of the Batemans Marine Park and is classified as a Sanctuary Zone, prohibiting all types of recreational fishing. Reef Beach is a favourite with local surfers
Visitors enjoy Kianga as it is quiet, within close proximity to Narooma township, near to the primary boat ramp and also within easy reach of safe swimming for the kids at Bar Beach.
The cycleway that skirts the town takes you to Dalmeny, its shops and beach or, via Mill Bay, to Narooma.
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KIANGA TO DOs:
A cycleway leads from Dalmeny to Narooma runs in front of Kianga. Graded EASY this cycleway skirts the coast and then hugs the shoreline of Wagonga Inlet taking you into Narooma via the Mill Bay Walkway. South of the Narooma Bridge you can continue to the town wharf area or follow the Inlet path to the boatsheds and marina. Click on the link to visit our CYCLING Page that has all the info you need.
Eurobodalla is a fishing wonderland with land and water options available to suit all ages and all abilities. For tips and location info visit our FISHING page.
Walking around Kianga is a pleasure. Either take a stroll along Yabbarra beach towards Dalmeny or venture up to Carters Headland to watch whales or pods of dolphins going by. A bit further south is Bar Beach and the Mill Bay Walkway to explore. Visit our WALKING page for more information of other walks.
Dalmeny and Kianga have a rich and interesting history. Have a read and then watch the area come alive as you walk it with fresh eyes.