Bermagui & Surrounds

Bermagui is a small fishing town on the South Coast of NSW in the Bega Valley Shire between Tathra and Tilba by road. Surrounded by National Parks and State Forests. The beaches are stunning and never crowded. Great surfing and swimming spots. Inland towns like Cobargo and Bega have great communities interested in the environment and sustainable farming. There is a thriving art scene with Bunga St Studio, Ivy Hill and Narek Galleries, showcasing local artists. 

Four Winds Festival

Contemporary and classical music in a beautiful natural amphitheatre on alternate Easter weekends is now running year round with music, arts and literary events every month and hosting resident musicians.

Sculpture on the Edge 

Held in March annually since 2007 and features some of Australia's finest sculptors as well as emerging artists.


Spring ReBoot in Bermagui Run, Refresh, Relax and Renew
Fun runs, Massage, Yoga, Boot camps, Whale-watching, Walks and more. 26th - 27th September.


Bermagui Markets held on the last Sunday of each month in Dickinson Park from 8.30 -12.30.

Bermagui Produce Markets  at the Fishermen's Coop every Thursday from 3:00 - 6:00

Sage Produce Markets at Moruya Tuesdays 3:00 - 5:00 (Winner 2 years Best Market Delicious Magazine) 

SCPA Markets Bega every 2nd Friday Littleton Gardens 


The historic rural village of Cobargo, on the NSW Far South Coast, hosts the Cobargo Folk Festival, now moving into its third decade.

First held in 1996, this festival of music, dance, song, comedy, poetry, fun and fine food and drink attracts thousands of visitors to one of the most beautiful regions of Australia, the lush Bega Valley.

Hundreds of performers from around the country and overseas provide a weekend of memories across a range of musical genres that now make up our vibrant folk culture.