Along the Tathra Bermagui Road, you will find Cuttagee Beach. Here, the nine kilometre Bermagui Coastal Walk starts northwards (or ends if walking southwards from Bermagui).
Heading north from Bermagui, you can take another coastal walk to Wallaga Lake.This lake near the coast has been important to the indigenous people of the area for many thousands of years.
There are also National Parks that have numerous walks of varying difficulty. Nearby Bermagui are the national parks of Biamanga, Mimosa Rocks and Gulaga, all with their charms. There are spectacular coastal views, deserted sandy beaches and coves and lakes to explore in the region.
Mimosa Rocks National Park, running along the coast, has great views of both the coast and the ocean, with beautiful beaches and lagoons. It protects the remaining rainforests, native animals and the abundant birdlife that lives here.
There are picnic facilities in the park, walking tracks and defined camping areas. It also has ample opportunities for fishing, kayaking and birdwatching.
Biamanga National Park is in the hinterlands and accessible via the Princes Highway, some 20km north of the town of Bega. There are Aboriginal sites within the park that have spiritual and cultural signicance for the local Yuin people. The park is administered by the Yuin people to protect the coast’s foothills, animals, plants and its environs.
You can visit this park, Mumbulla Creek features a boardwalk and information display and there are picnic and bbq facilities.
Cuttagee Beach and the nearby lake provide an idyllic place for a short holiday. Located just south of Bermagui and on the Tathra Bermaqui Road, it provides great fishing, nature walks and swimming.
The Bermagui Tourist Information Centre provides info on the many things to do here in the region. Situated in the Bermagui Community Centre, located on Bunga St, Bermagui. Phone +061 2 6493 3054.
In Bermagui, Cuttagee Beach and other places on the South Coast of NSW, you can find places to stay - from luxury resorts to peaceful scenic campsites. Accommodation available includes a wide range of styles to suit almost any budget.
Saphhire Coast ocean side resorts set in stunning locations, hotels, bed & breakfasts, caravan parks, serviced apartments, farmstays and beach home holiday lettings are just some of the options available to you.
Main Photo: With Mount Gulaga in the Distance, the Bermagui Coastal Walk starts here at Cuttagee Beach.
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