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.

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Nearby events

  1. Baldnhurr - A Lasting Impression

    Tuesday 17 July 2018 to Saturday 08 September 2018 , Bega

    In a remote corner of Arnhem Land sits Yirrkala Print Space, where, for over twenty years, the ancient craft of printmaking has not only survived, but prospered. A celebratory exhibition of this print space, Balnhdhurr – A Lasting Impress…

    17 Jul - 08 Sep
  2. South/East Interference Volume One Rosie Deacon

    Saturday 15 September 2018 to Saturday 20 October 2018 ,

    BVRG presents a showcase over two exhibitions of Australia's most innovative, challenging and engaging artists working currently. Rosie Deacon is an artist working in sculpture and installation whose work engages with the spectacle of obse…

    15 Sep - 20 Oct