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Just 19 kilometres north of Bega is the stunning Brogo Dam, which is contained within the Brogo wilderness area and the southern section of Wadbilliga National Park.

The park protects rugged coastal escarpment and plateau areas surrounding the Wadbilliga, Tuross and Brogo Rivers. The Brogo Dam is situated in the southern region of the park and offers picnic facilities and a ramp from which to launch your canoe or row boat. Power boats are also welcome in this area. You can hire canoes to explore the Dam and gain access to remote pockets of bushland.

Explore tranquil rainforest gullies, and the rugged picturesque surrounds. Sheer cliffs overhang the water with rock orchids and ferns, while the surrounding bush harbours many native birds and animals.

Brogo Dam Road
Brogo, NSW, 2550

Located 7.7K from Verona

Biamanga National Park

Jointly managed by Aboriginal people and the NPWS, Biamanga National Park is a significant Aboriginal site filled with dramatic landscapes and places to unwind.

Sacred to the local Aboriginal Yuin People for centuries, in May 2006, Biamanga was returned to its traditional custodians as part of a joint management agreement with NSW National Parks. What does this mean? It means that when you visit Biamanga, you're visiting a place where decisions about the land are made by Aboriginal people. You are also visiting Aboriginal Country, where the mountains meet the sea and the landscape connects Aboriginal culture and lore. A visit here is both special and unique.

The first thing that strikes you is a sense of remoteness and solitude: though only 20km from the town of Bega, Biamanga is a wild landscape of cascades and granite boulders, ribbon gums and gurgling creeks, not far from the Tasman Sea. Not only does the park feature Mumbulla Mountain and dramatic river gorges fed by natural springs, it also contains an important area of unmodified coastal foothill habitat. Environmentally speaking, a trip through Biamanga is a step back in time.

Bandicoot Road
Quaama, NSW, 2550

Located 8.6K from Verona

Holey Glass Beadery and Jewellery Gallery

Holey Glass Beadery and Jewellery Gallery is situated in the picturesque village of Cobargo in the beautiful Bega Valley.

The Gallery is run by two friends with a passion for beads. On display is a wide range of beaded accessories and jewellery. Each piece is made locally using a combination of techniques and materials and no two pieces are the same.

There is a great variety of beads available for purchase and regular classes are held that cater for all ages and skill levels, groups, or one on one.

Quite a bit of effort goes into sourcing the wonderful selection of unique handmade beads created by local and international bead artists including lampwork, paper, ceramic, recycled glass, fibre, resins, polymer and many other interesting materials, so you can make your own 'one of a kind' piece of jewellery.

It is well worth the visit to Holey Glass Beadery and Jewellery Gallery where you may find a special piece of jewellery, or have one made up on the spot for you with beads you have chosen yourself.

59 Princes Highway
Cobargo, NSW, 2550

Located 10.4K from Verona

Three Wise Mums

Three Wise Mums is a 100 per cent natural skin care company, with a boutique range of handcrafted skin care products derived from nature. Three Wise Mums has a luxurious and indulgent bath, body, and skin care range han crafted from natural ingredients by way of time honoured methods.

With a focus on quality ingredients, evocative scents, and sensual textures, these products are a luxurious and nostalgic homage to a simpler time, when skincare and beauty products were derived straight from Mother Nature.

Many of the herbs and flowers used in the products are home grown or locally sourced.

Buying handmade natural skin care in a beautiful store in the country, is like eating the best fish and chips by the sea. It's a must do!

55 Princess Highway
Cobargo, NSW, 2550

Located 10.5K from Verona

Twig and Feather

Design, imagine and create the comforts of home.

Twig and Feather offers a unique shopping experience which will inspire your senses and spark your imagination. This home and living store offers a unique collection of homeware, kitchenware, gardenware, candles and gifts.

Stepping through the door of Twig and Feather, your senses are instantly tantalised by the sweet fragrances wafting through the store. The home fragrance diffusers, and natural soy wax and palm wax candles are made right on the premises.

Feel inspired by the array of homewares, styled to ignite ideas for your own home - whether you prefer country style, retro style, industrial style, contemporary or modern style, there is something to suit any home or interior.

Enjoy the ambient tunes as you stroll through the store and pick up ideas of how to dress your table for your next dinner party, how to spice up your kitchen d?cor or how to add comfort and beauty to your living room.

47-49 Princes Highway
Cobargo, NSW, 2550

Located 10.6K from Verona

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 18.8K from Verona

Ivy Hill Gallery

Set in a beautiful garden with views to Mumbulla Mountain, Ivy Hill Gallery features monthly exhibitions of paintings and sculpture by contemporary artists, many of whom reside in the region.

Ivy Hill Gallery is located on a farm 26 kilometres south of Bermagui and fifteen kilometres north of Tathra on the Coast Road.

1795 Bermagui Road
Wapengo, NSW, 2550

Located 20.7K from Verona

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 and access to Barragoot Beach.

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

Located 21.0K from Verona

Camel Rock

Five minutes drive north from Bermagui along Wallaga Lake Road will bring you to the turn off to Camel Rock. This striking rock formation was identified and named by Bass and Flinders during the first mapping of the coastline of the colony of New South Wales.

Camel Rock is a popular scenic attraction with car parking, a picnic area under the shade of several large trees and toilet facilities. Camel Rock Surf Beach is well known for its great surf, swimming, rock pools to explore, snorkelling and fishing. The beach is patrolled during the summer months and is well sheltered if there is a north easterly wind.

Take the walking track just before the viewing platform to Murunna Point, a significant Aboriginal place, which overlooks Wallaga Lake where it opens to the sea.

Wallaga Lake Road,
Beauty Point
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 21.7K from Verona

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.

Kullaroo Road,
Barragga Bay
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 21.7K from Verona

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