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Guided Tours

BeDriven Bermagui

Let BeDriven show you around our beautiful place. Sit back, relax and take in the sights in the comfort of a new G10 Executive People Mover with its all leather interior and seating for up to 8 passengers.

Choose from the BeDriven tour itinerary or personalise your own.

Ph: 0408 029 508

Montreal Goldfield

In September 1880, gold was discovered on a beach north of Bermagui. Named Montreal Goldfield, the rush only lasted from 1880 to1883 but nearly 250kg of gold was unearthed using only a pick and shovel. It became the only goldfield in Australia that extends into the sea.

Montreal Goldfield is great outing for families, experience seekers and interest groups of all ages. The guides are all trained local historians and will reveal the mysteries and anecdotes of times gone by. Peer down the vertical mine shafts, follow boardwalks and compacted paths through the beautiful native forest, re-grown since the days of the gold rush moonscape where time has brought back to life a forest of tree ferns, eucalypts and orchids, inhabited by sugar gliders, lizards and diverse bird life. A browse through the Heritage Centre highlights the intriguing stories told by the guides.

Toilet facilities and drinks are available. Dogs on leads are welcome.

Tours run daily at 2pm – except Mondays and Fridays during winter months and Good Friday and Christmas Day. Please book for groups of 12 or more. Special arrangements welcomed for large groups.

Admission to the site is by guided tour only. Cost is $7.50 adult, $5 child – cash only. The tour is approximately 300 metres in length and takes around 1¼ hours.

769 Wallaga Lake Road, Wallaga Lake (next to BIG4 Wallaga Lake Holiday Park)
Ph: 02 6493 3054

Self-Guided Tours

Bermagui Heritage Trail

Follow the Bermagui Heritage Trail to discover people and places of historical significance in Bermagui’s settlement and days gone by. The trail covers several sites around the town and nearby areas with sign boards providing information and images. The trail extends over 15km from Cuttagee Beach in the south to Wallaga Lake Bridge in the north. A trail location guide and Bermagui town map, which has the sign locations marked with a green H, are available from the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre.

Bermagui Community Centre, 1-3 Bunga Street, Bermagui
Ph: 02 6493 3054

Bermagui-Wallaga Lake Yuin Cultural Heritage Trail

The nine information signs on this 15km long trail are an initiative of the Merrimans Local Aboriginal Land Council, Bermagui Primary School and the Far South Coast Branch of the National Trust. They recognise the sacred places, legends, history and recent achievements of the Djiringanj Clan of the Yuin Nation who have been the custodians of this country for 40,000 to 50,000 years. A location guide is available from the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre, along with a Bermagui town map which has the trail sites marked with an orange Y.

Bermagui Community Centre, 1-3 Bunga Street, Bermagui
Ph: 02 6493 3054