MIll Bay Boardwalk


The Mill Bay Walkway in Narooma Wagonga Inet is a 350m long timber deck suitable for wheelchairs, pedestraians and cycling that runs adjacent to the Wagonga Inlet. The first thing you will encounter is the boat ramp where there are often large rays milling around waiting for a feed from fisherfolk. More often than not the boatramp has become a favourite area of seals as well and if they aren't here they are usually on the other side of the inlet at the local wharf waiting for a fishhead or two.
 

The walkway is named Mill Bay Walkway because it leads to where Mitchell's Mill once stood in the cove and was constructed by the timber bridge crew of the local Council.

Though it is a very pleasant walk and a great vantage point to fish from one of the roles of the walkway is to connect the history of the area and the town to the present

 

Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Boaties boats - 1946
Narooma History in Photos
Narooma History in Photos
Swimming Platform 1945
Narooma Cabins 1946
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