Bermagui is a unique tourist and fishing village.
Set away from the highway, it has maintained the easy going coastal village atmosphere which makes it such a wonderful relaxing holiday location and nature’s best example of beauty.
It is not only a fisherman's paradise and a dream world for divers it also has abundant wild-bird life & a spectacular mixture of walks to please bird lovers and bush walkers alike. Latest craze to our shores is 'Walk on Water' paddle boards, something new & exciting to experience. If you just fancy a game of golf the Bermagui Country Club is right next door . Wallaga Lake is the start of the Australian Coastal Wilderness with Beauty Point the home of the unique Camel Rock. Montreal Goldfields is a must do tourist attraction with daily tours. The iconic "Blue Pool" in the heart of Bermagui is an area with spectacular views & great for a refreshing dip in its unpolluted crystal clear ocean waters. Bermagui is also the stop off point for the Mimosa National Park, .
The Bermagui Triangle encompasses famous Tilba Tilba, a fresh air mountain village to the north, delightful Cobargo the working village to the west and Bermagui the friendly seaside village to the east, all within 15 minutes drive of each other.
Bermagui has endless miles of glorious golden beaches and is a place to see whales and dolphins very close to shore in September, October and November each year.
It is where to come and celebrate the ever popular Bermagui Seaside Fair in March annually and experience the unique magnificence of the Four Winds outdoor classical music festival biannually.
Overall it is a beautiful place to enjoy an easy going, soothing and relaxing natural coastal village holiday.
It has magnetism that keeps you coming back.