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A destination that borders on perfection, many are now discovering this haven at the northern entrance to the Sapphire Coast

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Bermagui hugs the edges of its spectacular harbour and nestles under the shadow of Gulaga (Dromedary Mountain). A small and vibrant coastal town, offering boutique services and attractions, many unique to this area.

Bermagui is famous for its deep sea and game fishing – including yellow fin tuna and marlin – and estuary fishing in the surrounding rivers and lakes.

Swim, surf, go sailing, water skiing, kayaking, diving or snorkelling at pristine beaches and safe shallow waterways. Just north of the town, Wallaga Lake is ideal for all types of water sports.

Experience magnificent scenery and coastal bush walks in the nearby national parks and state forests. Don’t miss the renowned Blue Pool and Camel Rock, quiet beaches or a guided tour of the historic Montreal Goldfield.

For some retail therapy, wander the boutique shops through the township, at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex and further along over the Bermagui River bridge. You will be sure to find something that takes your fancy, a special gift or a memento of your visit.

You will be spoilt for choice with the variety of dining styles. Seafood (of course), Italian, Asian, modern Australian, a la carte, bistro style pub and club meals, pizza and takeaway, cafes and waterside eateries and wine bar.

There is an amazing calendar of festivals and events held in Bermagui – of note there is ReBoot in Bermagui, the Four Winds Festival, Bermagui Seaside Fair, Sculpture on the Edge and the Bermagui Bike Show. The Sapphire Coast and Bermagui has an active community of local artists who exhibit through a network of studios and galleries throughout the year.

Bermagui offers a range of accommodation – in town, out of town, beachside, lakeside or in the bush. There are motels up to 4 star, beautiful B&Bs up to 4.5 star, self-contained townhouses, apartments, cottages, flats, homes and backpacker bunkhouse rooms. There are four caravan parks, all on the water’s edge and all with excellent facilities, offering camping and caravan sites, on site vans, cottages, studio units and deluxe cabins.

Bermagui, gateway to Australia’s Coastal Wilderness … explore, experience, imagine … simply inspiring and beautifully uncivilised.

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What's On in Bermagui

May 06

Bermagui Country Club

Friday 6th May, 2016

Live entertainment — Jesso & Steve– from 8.00pm Free courtesy bus available — to book phone 0427 233 639 ... View more

May 06

Ivy Hill Exhibition: “on the beach”

21st April, 2016 - 22nd May, 2016

Works by Kate Stevens and Olivia Bernardoff Drinks with the artists Saturday 23rd April from 5.00pm Gallery open Thursday to Sunday 10.00am to 5.00pm ... View more

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Must See and Do

Blue Pool

Large natural rock pool at the base of a dramatic rocky cliff, great for swimming and snorkelling. Children’s wading pool, toilets, shower and change rooms. Viewing platform for magnificent coastal views and whale watching. Located off Scenic Drive.

Montreal Goldfield

Discover the mysteries and anecdotes of times gone by at Australia’s only seaside goldfield. Admission to site, 7km north of Bermagui, is by guided tour only. Tour operates daily at 2pm (or by appointment for large groups) and takes about 1¼ hours. Track is approximately 250m with 60% wheelchair access, rest benches, toilet facilities.

Camel Rock

Striking rock formation 10 minutes drive north of Bermagui along Wallaga Lake Road. Car parking, viewing platform, shady picnic area, pit toilet facilities. Camel Rock Surf Beach is great for surfing, swimming, snorkelling and fishing.

Upcoming Regional Events

May 06

Australian Artists and the floral still life

11th March, 2016 - 11th June, 2016

Depictions of the floral have been present through the entirety of human artistic practice. Utilising the collection of works by some of Australia’s most well known and respected artists at the AGNSW, FLORA AUSTRALIS presents historical and contemporary examinations of the humble flower. AGNSW works from Margaret Olley, Margaret Preston, Tim Maguire,... View more

May 14

The Malleable

Saturday 14th May, 2016

The Merimbula Malleable 2016 is for all those with a bit of twist still in their joints! This year’s event will follow the normal format of heats and repercharge heats leading to the quarter finals, semi finals and a 6 man grand final that will see the top performers on the... View more

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