The coastal village of Bermagui is situated 13 kms from the Princes Highway, south of Narooma and north of Bega and the junction of the Snowy Mountain Highways linking Canberra via the coastal route of the Princes Highway to Sydney and Melbourne.

The rugged coastline area interspersed with golden beaches and beautiful rock pools offers scenes of natural beauty and excellent lake, estuary, deep sea and big game fishing.


  • Mimosa Rock National Park offers spectacular coast and mountain scenery.
  • Camel Rock at the mouth of Wallega Lake.
  • Tilba Tilba National Trust classified village south of Narooma, offering well preserved 19th Century weatherboard architecture and local cheese factory with 100 year history.
  • A fisherman's paradise from organised fishing trips to just fishing off the beaches or rocks.
  • Good array of sporting facilities.
  • Visit the coastal townships of Narooma approximately a half hour drive north of Bermagui.