Bermagui is an adventure playground with sparkling ocean, rivers and lakes, clean sandy beaches, rugged coastline, state forests, national parks and mountains, all within close proximity
Hire a canoe or a boat and explore the river and nearby lakes. Take a guided ocean kayak tour. Test your riding skills at the bike park. Walk for miles or head underwater and discover the amazing marine life.
Sealife differently! Montague Island’s waters are easily accessed from our beautiful part of the coast. PADI dive courses from beginner to professional. Scuba dives for the curious, no experience necessary. Guided dives in the Batemans Marine Park and beyond with instructors and dive masters. Kids snorkelling and diving sessions. Whale watching September to November.
Coastal Walk – Bermagui and South to Cuttagee Beach & Lake
Heading out along Bunga Street, stop in at Michael Lerner Lookout where you can enjoy the stunning coastal scenery to the north and south. Further along at the Cuttagee Locality sign, walk along Barragoot Beach, some 3.5km of clean sands and crystal waters. This leads you to Cuttagee Point, the beach and lake. This walk is approximately 7.5km one way and is easy grade. Please call into our Visitor Information Centre for a brochure on this walk.
Merimbula’s Top Fun
Over 40 games and amusements including ten pin bowling, Zone 3 Laser Tag, video games, 18 holes mini golf, dancing machine, racing, shooting, helium balloons.
Whether its for a birthday, a get together or just to while away the time on a rainy day Merimbula’s Top Fun are the fun specialists. Admission and parking are free so come in and have a cuppa or snack and take a look at the attractions.
Bermagui Heritage Trail
Pick up a copy of the Heritage Trail location guide and discover people and places of historical significance in Bermagui’s settlement and days gone by. The trail extends over 15km from Cuttagee Beach in the south to Wallaga Lake Bridge in the north. Location guide is available from the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre.
Brogo Wilderness Canoes
Explore Wadbilliga National Park and the Brogo Wilderness by canoe. Situated approximately 45km from Bermagui, Brogo Dam has an extensive catchment running back into the magnificent Brogo Wilderness area. The waterways are pristine, with gorges rising 180 feet high in Nelsons Creek. The backwaters are a haven for local native birdlife and the area surrounding the dam has abundant ferns and rock orchids that provide a photographer’s paradise.
Bermagui Bait & Tackle
Popular one stop shop for all your fishing needs and up to date advice, including fuel, ice, bait and smallgoods. Hire single, tandem and fishing kayaks and powered boats suitable for up to 4 people. All safety equipment provided. Fishing gear is also available to hire. Bermagui River boat ramp is directly across the road, so grab an egg and bacon roll and be on your way.
Fishing charters available on fishbermi.com, a 42ft Randell Flybridge Cruiser. The vessel is fitted with the latest in marine electrics and quality fishing tackle. Operating year round out of Bermagui, fishing packages can be tailored to suit your needs with both share and private charters on offer.
Clay Target Shooting
A meeting of 20 people from the Bermagui area on 21st January 1996 saw the formation of a clay target shooting club, operating as Bermagui Field & Game. The first shoot of 75 targets was held on 1st February 1999 using 4 Trius traps and 1 new ITP manual trap.
Shoot nominations are all inclusive, so you’ll never pay for a cuppa or lunch – and nor will your family or guests. We welcome shooters from other organisations and disciplines.
Shooting members must hold a current Firearms Licence and be a member of NSW Field and Game Association Inc. Under Firearms licensing laws, unlicensed shooters may shoot under the direct supervision of an appropriately licensed shooter on an approved range after completing a P650 form.
Visit the website www.bermaguifieldandgame.info or the Facebook page link for details of the shoot program.
Mimosa Rocks National Park
A short drive from Bermagui, Mimosa Rocks National Park offers beaches and lagoons, lookouts, pockets of rainforest and historic sites to explore. There’s plenty of opportunities for fishing, surfing, snorkelling and birdwatching throughout the park and there are great picnic areas to stop for a break. The park’s headlands are great vantage points for whale watching in winter and spring. Don’t miss the Mimosa Rocks walking track at Aragunnu, Bithry Inlet for a family day out, Middle Beach and Lagoon, Nelson Beach, Moon Bay and the Wajurda Point walking track. Please call into our Visitor Information Centre for a brochure on Mimosa Rocks National Park.
Biamanga Cultural Area (Mumbulla Creek Falls)
Located in the Biamanga National Park about 40 minutes drive from Bermagui, this area is highly valued as a special place of customary lores and teaching to the Yuin people of the South Coast. Information boards on the cultural significance of the area are located along the raised wheelchair accessible boardwalk to the falls. There are free gas barbecues, picnic tables and toilet facilities. Enjoy the beauty of this place and the natural rock slide into a deep pool.
Head Hunter Charters
Head Hunter Charters … game fishing in the famous waters of Bermagui … Black Marlin, Big Blue Marlin, Stripe Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna and Albacore.
Head Hunter is a 41′ Steber re-powered with twin 425HP Yanmar motors and refitted with state of the art electronics. It has a top speed of 27 knots and cruises at 18 knots to ensure you get to the fishing grounds faster. Our qualified skippers and crew will host your offshore fishing experience, whether you’re a beginner or an expert, using the latest fish-finding techniques and fishing equipment for your enjoyment and safety. All equipment is to IGFA standards.
On board facilities include large fridges and freezers; large flat screen TV, DVD, CD & MP3 player; large open saloon area; clean accessible galley; microwave and electric stove; large flybridge area; full bathroom facilities.
Explore the incredible marine environment at several places in and around Bermagui – Bruce Steer Pool, Horseshoe Bay Beach, the Blue Pool, Beares Beach, Camel Rock and at the beaches and lakes in the Mimosa Rocks National Park.
Bermagui Mountain Bike Park
Cited as “one of the best trails you will find in the region”, the track is open to the public to be used free of charge. Located in the Bermagui State Forest just north of town, the trails wind through magnificent stands of spotted gums and burrawang palms. A map at the trail head details trails for kids and experienced riders. Please read the disclaimer on the trail head map prior to riding the track and always ride with the proper protective gear.
Directions: 300m past Keating Drive, turn right into Scenic Drive (unsealed road) and follow the signs to the car park and trail head.
The River Rock Cafe
Situated on the northern banks of Bermagui River, you can hire a kayak or stand up paddle board and launch it straight off the rack into the river. Surfboards for hire and surfing lessons also available.
02 6493 3156
Coastal Walk – Bermagui and North to Wallaga Lake
Heading out along Bunga Street, detour via what was formerly Marine Drive and on to Michael Lerner Lookout where you can enjoy the stunning coastal scenery to the north and south. From there Barragoot Beach, some 3.5km of clean sands and crystal waters leads you to Cuttagee Point, the beach lake. This walk is approximately 7.5km one way and is easy grade. Please call into our Visitor Information Centre for a brochure on this walk.