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A site of significant cultural importance to the Yuin-Monaro people, Wallaga Lake and its surrounds are a natural haven, forming part of the greater Gulaga National Park. Alive with more than 200 b...
Mimosa Rocks National Park covers an area of 5,230 ha and embraces 17 km of coastline. The park is heavily timbered and contains a diverse system of beaches, sea caves, headlands, cliffs, offshore ...
Has a walking track to the summit starting at Tilba Tilba. The excursion takes most of the day so pack food, drink and a waterproof jacket for a rewarding trek through misty rainforest, ending in a...
A National Trust classified village. The old cheese factory, tearooms and craft shops are a delight and it is rare to find a whole village without modern buildings.
Bermagui hugs the edges of its spectacular harbour and nestles under the shadow of Gulaga (Dromedary Mountain). A small and vibrant coastal town, offering boutique services and attractions, many un...
Blue Pool

Blue Pool

   Opens Sat 9:00:AM


The famous Blue Pool of Bermagui is a must see for those taking a break on the South Coast. A natural rock pool, Blue Pool is consistently washed with clean, natural ocean waters, making it an idea...
Has a waterfall, large rockpool for swimming, picnic facilities & pretty forest. (gravel access is only suitable in dry weather)
Cheese tasting, sales & coffee shop available at the heritage centre. Tour the heritage centre to get an insight into the history of dairying in Australia