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Nerrigundah: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Old Nerrigundah Settlement Trail

In the late nineteenth century, Nerrigundah was a gold mining town with a booming population of 1,200. Now with a population of only 30, the settlement has a very rich and exciting history.

The historic Miles O'Grady Obelisk stands near the place he was shot. The Clarke gang held up Wallis' Hotel on April 9, 1866. A policeman, O'Grady, was alerted, rose from his sickbed and stormed the scene. Clarke shot O`Grady who died almost instantly. The obelisk commemorates Miles O'Grady for his bravery. There is debate over an old grave marked as William Fletcher's (the bushranger shot by O'Grady). Some claim that Fletcher is buried behind the Catholic Church Cemetery.

In the 1920s and 30s Nerrigundah had a great tennis team. Tennis was one of the most popular pastimes during that period. The tennis court site can still be seen along the historic Nerrigundah tour.

Gulf Creek Road
Nerrigundah, NSW, 2545

Located 0.1K from Nerrigundah

Comans Mine

Located just outside the small town of Nerrigundah, Coman's Mine is an interesting part of the region's goldmining history.

In the 1880s, E J (Ned) Coman mortgaged his property to finance a gold mining investment at the head of North Creek. The investment became known as Coman's Mine. With his partner, Bloomfield, the mine was worked for a relatively brief and unsuccessful period and by 1889 was left idle, until it was officially reopened in 1938 by Radiant Mines Limited. Operations ceased at Coman's Mine in 1950.

A walking trail takes you through this historic site. Along the track are many artefacts, including a pile of quartz rocks that marks the entrance to the mine tunnel that was originally dug by Coman and Bloomfield.

For another opportunity to experience this part of the area's history, take a trip to the Original Goldrush Colony in Mogo.

Comans Road
Nerrigundah, NSW, 2545

Located 4.8K from Nerrigundah

Artisans Nest Gallery

Artisans Nest is an artist run gallery featuring some of the region's finest fibre artists and craftspeople.

You will find a unique, ever changing range of original wearable art in luxurious silks and wools, hand made jewellery, soft leather bags, unique felted items and clothing, weaving and art for your home.

Artisans Nest has been in operation for more than five years.
Lately they have had several new artisans contributing to the variety in their Gallery.

The cottage is a hub of creative activity, adding to the ongoing development of Bodalla as a unique, artisan village.

56 Princes Highway
Bodalla, NSW, 2545

Located 13.8K from Nerrigundah

Bermagui Heritage Trail

The Bermagui Heritage Trail is an initiative of the Bermagui Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism and highlights 12 places and people of historical significance in the Bermagui area - Michael Lerner Lookout, Cuttagee Timber Mill, The Blue Pool, Zane Grey, Bermagui Steamer Wharf, Sam Sinclair, Bruce Steer Pool, Bermagui Fishermen's Co-Operative, the old race course and air strip, Government Wharf, Tilba Road anmd Payne's Island. The trail extends over 17 kilometres from Wallaga Lake north of Bermagui to Cuttagee Beach to the south. A trail location guide is available at the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre.

Various sites,
Wallaga Lake to Cuttagee
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 17.1K from Nerrigundah

Biamanga Cultural Area (Mumbulla Creek Falls and Picnic Area)

Previously known as Mumbulla Creek Falls, the Biamanga Cultural Area is located in the Biamanga National Park, an area highly valued as a special place of customary lores and teaching to the Yuin people of the South Coast of NSW. The teachings say that this area is sacred and a part of Mother Earth, which means people must show respect at all times.

A 225 metre raised walkway suitable for wheelchair access leads to a viewing platform over the rock falls along the creek. Information on the cultural significance of the area is located on the walk to the falls. Remember to take your binoculars if you want to go birdwatching.

Facilities include gas barbecues, picnic tables and an amenities block with non-flush toilets. There is limited mobile reception in this park.

Biamanga Cultural Area,
Biamanga National Park
Bermagui, NSW, 2546

Located 17.1K from Nerrigundah

Box Cutting Forest Walk

The beautiful Box Cutting Rainforest Walk takes 35 minutes of easy walking, although there are some steep sections. The walk is accessed from Kianga Road on Tourist Drive Four (Princes Highway, Narooma) and is situated in the Bodalla State Forest along Box Cutting Road.

The initial decent in the walk brings you into a vibrant natural gully of grey myrtle rainforest featuring trees laden with mosses and lichens. Bright orange and white fungi are luminous in the cool shade and birds nest ferns grow in the dense canopy. Along the walk you are sure to encounter some of native birdlife including Wonga Pigeons, Lyrebirds, Satin Bowerbirds and Crimson Rosellas, which are abundant in the rainforest.

Kianga Road
Kianga, NSW, 2546

Located 17.8K from Nerrigundah

Bodalla Forest Rest Area

Bodalla Forest Rest Area is located in Bodalla State Forest, just off the Princes Highway.

Surrounded by tall spotted gums, Bodalla Forest Rest Area offers picnic tables, toilets and access to a walking track around Mummaga Lake, from which you may spot a variety or native animals and birds. A great spot for a family picnic or overnight stay in your caravan or campervan on your highway travels.

Like all NSW State Forests, your stay is absolutely free.

Bodalla Park Road
Bodalla, NSW, 2545

Located 17.8K from Nerrigundah

Club Dalmeny

The Narooma Sporting and Services Club Group incorporates Club Narooma and Club Dalmeny. Club Dalmeny offers superb dining at the Lake View Grill in a relaxed and family friendly environment. They also provide fantastic sporting facilities, barefoot bowling, bingo, weekly raffles and live entertainment. Great people, great food, great entertainment.

Ruth Place
Dalmeny, NSW, 2546

Located 19.6K from Nerrigundah

Nerrigundah: Events

Lower South Coast Veterans Week of Golf

If you cant get enough of golf then the Veterans Week of Golf Tournament is for you. Running over five days, the tournament is open to registered Veteran Golfers. The event is shared across three courses, each offering their own unique challenges to golfers:

Catalina Country Club (two days); Moruya Golf Club (two days) and
Tuross Head Country Club (one day).

Events include Medley 2BBB, Four Person Medley, Ambrose (Drop Out) Medley, Irish Four Ball and two rounds of Individual Stableford for both Men and Ladies for the NSWVGA Shields.

All registered Veteran Golfers are welcome to enter.

Event Dates
      5th Aug
      6th Aug
      7th Aug
      8th Aug
      9th Aug
      10th Aug

Various Venues
Eurobodalla, NSW, 2545

Located 8.2K from Nerrigundah


Set in the spectacular coastal town of Narooma, Huntfest runs over two days on the June long weekend.

It primarily focuses on hunting and other recreational outdoor activities. These activities include: camping, bush walking, horse riding, fishing, four wheel driving, trail bike riding, ATVs and UTVs and archery.

Event Dates
      9th Jun
      9th Jun
      10th Jun
      10th Jun

Narooma Sport and Leisure Centre,
Bluewater Drive
Narooma, NSW, 2546

Located 17.1K from Nerrigundah

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