Bermagui and District

15 Things to do on a dull or rainy day….

  1. Enjoy the beautiful Bermagui Boat Harbour and visit the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf -
    cafes, fresh fish and chips, wine bar, gift shops and restaurants. Undercover outdoor eating.
     
  2. Go to the movies – Narooma Cinema is closest. Movie times are advertised in the
    Narooma News – out every Wednesday. Phone Narooma Cinema on 44762352.
     
  3. Do the Wallaga to Bermagui walk. Map available at Tourist Information Centre Phone
    64933054. Also visit Montreal Goldfields – guided tours daily at 2 pm.
    Contact Bermagui Tourist Information Centre 64933054
     
  4. Visit the local wineries – Mimosa at the Murrah – also has a stunning new restaurant
    open for lunch and dinner Phone for bookings and times 64940164.
    Belgrave Park at Cobargo Ph 64936377, Tilba Valley winery at Tilba.Ph 44737308
     
  5. Walk the boardwalk to Murrunna Point and Wallaga Beach. A great walk in any
    weather. Starts at the bottom of Lakeview Drive (near the swings) at Wallaga Lake Heights.
     
  6. Collect shells at Murrunna Point – small shelly each on the eastern most point of
    Murunna Point – covered in shells – steep track down to it so not for the very old or very
    young. Access from the boardwalk – see above.
     
  7. Walk through the National Parks or State Forests – Contact National Parks & Wildlife
    office at Narooma 44762888 or Bermagui TIC on 64933054
     
  8. Visit a working Lavendar farm at Maryvale Lavendar on the Bermagui-Cobargo Rd.
    For opening hours phone: 64936211
     
  9. Exhibitions – Art & Craft, Pottery, Paintings, etc, etc.
    Cobala Workshop Gallery at Cobargo 6436217
    The Art, Food & Wine Trail – Bermagui, Wapengo, Tanja to Tathra.
    Contact VIC for info 64933054
     
  10. Cobargo and Narooma Pools – 25 metre heated pool on Bermagui-Cobargo Rd Cobargo.
    Open every day October to end of March. Indoor heated 50 metre pool at Narooma. Open
    every day.
     
  11. Shopping and eating in the Triangle. Start at Central Tilba, then onto Tilba Tilba, down
    the highway to Cobargo and back to Bermagui. Or do one village at a time. Pottery,
    jewellery, artwork, fashion, books, antiques, leathergoods and woodwork. Also great cafes
    and restaurants for a quick coffee or a leisurely lunch.
     
  12. Hire a small boat or canoe from Bermagui Bridge Motors 64935444 or the River Rock
    Café 64933156 and explore the beautiful Bermagui River.
     
  13. Stretch your body and have some fun at Functional Fitness at BCC. Ph: 0401344714
     
  14. Have a facial or a massage or have your nails done. Contact Salon Blush on 64933955
    Also a Mobile massage service. Contact our office for further info. 64933444
     
  15. Bingo at the club on Mondays and Fridays starting at 11 am. Contact Bermagui Country
    Club on 64934340. The children love it. Lunch also provided at a small cost.