Bega activities

  1. Brogo

    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 surroundi…

  2. 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, Biamang…

  3. Brogo Wilderness Canoes

    Explore the beauty of the Brogo wilderness by canoe. This half day adventure allows you to experience nature at its best, sheer cliffs, rock orchids, birds and native wildlife. Stable and steady canadian canoes seat two or three people and …

  4. Barragga Bay

    Barragga Bay is a secluded, golden beach 11 kilometres south of Bermagui. It is bordered by rocky headlands and backed by gorgeous spotted gum bushland. The northern headland is dotted with rock pools deep enough for a dip and which have…

  5. Bega Cheese Heritage Centre

    At the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre experience and enjoy good old fashioned country hospitality. The Bega Cheese Heritage Centre is a faithful reconstruction of one of the first buildings on the Co-Op site (1899). The museum offers visitors…

  6. Bega Valley Regional Gallery

    Bega Valley Regional Gallery (BVRG) is located in the South East corner of New South Wales, half way between Sydney and Melbourne and three hours’ drive from Canberra. Idyllically situated within the Bega Valley Shire, a landscape of pris…