What's on in Bermagui, NSW
Bermagui is a well liked tourist, boating and angling centre located in the Sapphire Coast Region on the South Coast of New South Wales. The buildings are set back from the main street and the town has a very friendly atmosphere and numerous attractions, facilities and tourist amenities that make it very popular as a holiday and tourist destination. It is simply paradise for anglers, divers, surfboard riders and beach goers. There are a wonderful array National Parks, Forests, Conservation Reserves offering many activities, including diverse wildlife, bird watching, mountain bikes, camping and bushwalking. Bermagui has numerous beautiful sandy beaches and is an excellent location for dolphin cruises and whale watching in the period from September to November each year. Horseshoe Bay Beach is
a perfect beach for young children and families, while Cuttagee Beach, Mooreheads Beach, Beares Beach and Haywards Beach are good for surfing. The well renowned Bermagui Harbour is a great spot for angling and has an excellent launching ramp. Bermagui is internationally recognised for its game fishing and deep ocean fishing and there are several Charter Boat operators that offer daily trips. About 20 minutes north of Bermagui is the heritage town Central Tilba, classified by the National Trust, and close by is the working township of Cobargo, with an array of antique and craft shops to browse through. Just 18 km south of Bermagui is Aragunnu in the Mimosa Rocks National Park which offers rock swimming pools, boardwalks through wetlands, wildflowers, angling and camping. Local events include
the Bermagui Seaside Fair, the Four Winds Festiva, the Cobargo Folk Festival, Bermagui Markets, Turning Circle Theatre Productions. Bega and Eden have extra entertainment and amusement outlets and many pubs and clubs.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities