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Cuttagee is 9 kilometres south of Bermagui along the coast road; Cuttagee Beach is popular with board and body surfers and is a great spot for beach fishing. Cuttagee Lake which opens to the sea at the northern end of the beach provides safe shallow swimming for children.

Cuttagee: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Cuttagee Beach and Lake

Just seven kilometres south of Bermagui along the Tathra-Bermagui Road, lies Cuttagee Beach and Lake. The beach is popular for surfing, swimming and fishing. The lake, straddled by one of the Sapphire Coast's iconic single lane timber bridges, is the perfect spot for young children to play in its shallow gentle waters. It is also a great location for canoeing, fishing and prawning (in season). The beach and lake are not patrolled so care should be taken at all times when swimming and surfing.

A bush walk to Cuttagee's northern headland, along the track just north of the bridge, provides stunning coastal views, whale watching (in season) and access to Barragoot Beach.

Tathra-Bermagui Road,
Locality of Cuttagee
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 0.0K from Cuttagee

Armands Beach

If swimming and sunbathing in the nude is your preference, Armands Beach was declared legally clothes optional by Bega Valley Shire Council in November 1993.

From Bermagui, drive south 9.5 kilometres along the Tathra-Bermagui Road to Barragga Bay and turn left into Kullaroo Road. Proceed along the sealed road to the Armands Beach sign and walking track to the beach. From Tathra, drive north 38 kilometres along the Tathra-Bermagui Road to Barragga Bay turning right into Kullaroo Road.

Armands Beach was named after a man of French origin, Armand Lemmeric, who owned a farm behind Armands Bay and regularly swam nude at the beach. In the 1930s nude cricket matches were held at the beach.

Armands Beach is not patrolled and there are no toilets or facilities. Bring all you need and take away all you bring. Nudity is limited to the extent of the sands of the beach.

The Armands Beach Leisure Club hosts seasonal events, please visit the web site for more information.

Kullaroo Road,
Barragga Bay
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 1.3K from Cuttagee

Bermagui Clay Target Shooting

Bermagui Field and Game is a clay target shooting club affiliated with Sporting Clubs Australia. Sporting clays is an Olympic event and is the fastest growing shooting sport in the world. Australia produced the World Champion in 2009.
The Bermagui range is two kilometres along Murrah River Road which is located 11 kilometres from Bermagui travelling south on the Tathra-Bermagui Road.
The club shoots on the fourth Sunday of each month starting at 9.30am. Most shoots are 100 target events with a lunch break after the first two rounds. All clay target endorsed shooters (SSAA, FGA and ACTA) are welcome. Nominations are not charged for junior shooters. Lunch for shooters and their family and friends is included in their nominations.

Murrah River Road
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 2.7K from Cuttagee

Bruce Steer Pool

The Bruce Steer Pool is a netted saltwater pool tucked into Bermagui Harbour on the western side of Bermagui Point. A short stroll from the main street, it is an ideal swimming and play place for young children with gentle water, a sandy beach, shade, seating and toilet facilities.

The pool is named in honour of Colonel John Mansel Bruce Steer who served the community of Bermagui with great fervour and skill. He was at the forefront of an agitation for Bermagui harbour improvements which eventuated in a project involving major reclamation and harbour construction. He also fought hard and constantly for improved conditions for professional fishermen.

Lamont Street,
Bermagui Harbour entrance
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.5K from Cuttagee

Coastal Walks - Bermagui

As the northern gateway to the New South Wales Sapphire Coast, few places have the spectacular seascapes, national parks and state forests that Bermagui boasts. The coastal walk from Wallaga Lake to the north of the town to Cuttagee Beach to the south, covers around 15 kilometres of unspoilt magnificent coastal scenery.

Amble along the clean sands and crystal waters of several mostly deserted beaches and follow walking tracks through the natural bushland admiring the local birdlife, fauna and flora. Stop and take in the breathtaking views at the lookouts at Murunna Point, Bermagui Point, Dickinson Point Headland and the Blue Pool. Paddle in the safe shallow waters of Wallaga Lake and Cuttagee Lake. Marvel at Camel Rock and the rock formations of the steep cliff faces. All this and more - with the majestic Gulaga Mountain as a backdrop.

Lamont Street
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.5K from Cuttagee

Blue Pool

Bermagui's famous Blue Pool is a "must see" Sapphire Coast attraction. It is located off Pacific Drive at the base of a dramatic rocky cliff face. A natural rock pool, it is washed with clean clear ocean water and is a wonderful swimming and snorkelling spot.

The steps down to the Blue Pool as well as the toilet, shower and change room amenities were reconstructed in 2010. At the same time, a new viewing platform was constructed which offers magnificent coastal views and is the perfect spot for whale watching.

The Blue Pool was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor in 2015.

Pacific Drive
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.5K from Cuttagee

Cuttagee: Events

ReBoot in Bermagui

ReBoot in Bermagui is held every year on the last weekend in September, and is a weekend of active participation in a variety of activities in this beautiful coastal environment.

The ReActivate Program includes adult and kid's fun runs, teams tug-o-war, an ocean swim, and Healthy Bermagui Breakfast. To participate in the ReActivate program, register online through the website.

The ReJuvenate Program is Bermagui's beachside health clinic, offering a range of mini therapies to help you be the best you can this spring. Bookings not required.

The ReEnergise Program offers something for everyone with Boot Camp, Yoga, Tai Chi, boxing, guided mountain bike ride, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, golf, barefoot bowls, badminton, morning coastal cruise, and more.

For further information as well as times, venues, and to register for fun runs and the ocean swim, visit the website.

Event Dates
      23rd Sep
      23rd Sep
      24th Sep

Lamont Street,
Various Bermagui sites and venues
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.5K from Cuttagee

Bermagui Bike Show

The annual Bermagui Bike Show is held in Dickinson Park opposite the Bermagui Beach Hotel. Wander the Show and Shine and Hot Rod exhibits. There's live music, auctions, raffles and trade stalls. CRAB merchandise, food, drinks and a licenced bar available. All money raised at the Bike Show will be given to help support Cancer Council NSW and Can Assist to aid cancer research and support cancer sufferers and their families. The show is organised by CRAB - Cancer Research Advocate Bikers - which was formed in 2004 by Rob Grimstone and a few mates, after the loss of Rob's mother to cancer. The guys got together to discuss ways they could make a difference in the fight against cancer and as they enjoyed motorcycles for work and for pleasure it was decided to combine this with fundraising. They came up with CRAB, a social club designed for the purpose of raising funds for cancer research and tens of thousands of dollars have been donated to the cause. The format has spread to other states and all branches of CRAB are non profit organisations and all work is carried out by volunteers.

Event Dates
      7th Apr

Lamont Street
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.5K from Cuttagee

Bermagui Seaside Fair

The Bermagui Seaside Fair, held annually on the Saturday of the Canberra long weekend in March, is a free fun-filled day of entertainment and activities for everyone.

This multi-award winning community and tourism event attracts thousands of people, many staying for the weekend and longer.

Saturday is the main event day and includes a Bermagui Blessing, Poet's Breakfast, Umbrellas of Bermagui, fancy dress street parade, over 100 market and food stalls, carnival, sandcastle competition, charity auction, children's entertainment and novelty events, music and entertainment on two stages, pet pageant and much more. The day concludes with a spectacular fireworks display over Horseshoe Bay.

There is also arts and crafts and photographic exhibitions held from the Friday before to the Sunday after the Fair.

Event Dates
      10th Mar

Lamont Street
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.5K from Cuttagee

Cuttagee: Travel Tips

Bermagui Visitor Information Centre

The friendly, knowledgeable staff at the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre look forward to welcoming you to beautiful Bermagui and assisting you with information on attractions, things to do and accommodation in the local area and the Sapphire Coast region.

Free local and regional maps are available, as well as an extensive range of New South Wales and interstate tourism brochures.

Local art, craft and photography, postcards, greeting cards, souvenirs, inexpensive gifts and other merchandise is available for purchase.

1 Bunga Street,
Bermagui Community Centre,
Bunga Street
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 7.6K from Cuttagee

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