Located midway between Bermagui on the coast, Tilba to the north and Bega to the south, Cobargo is the hub of the Sapphire Coast.
The Montreal Goldfield is located approximately 7km north of Bermagui and is a great outing for families and individual sightseeres
Bermagui's famous Blue Pool is a "must see" Sapphire Coast attraction. It is located off Scenic Drive at the base of a dramatic rocky cliff face. A natural rock pool, it is washed with clean clear ocean water and is a wonderful swimming and snorkelling spot. A children's wading pool is incorporated at the southern end.
The steps down to the Blue Pool as well as the toilet, shower and change room amenities were reconstructed in 2010. At the same time, a new viewing platform was constructed which offers magnificent coastal views and is the perfect spot for whale watching.
Address: Scenic Drive, Bermagui NSW 2546
Mumbulla Creek Falls picnic area
A great way to take advantage of the natural splendour of Biamanga National Park is by stopping at Mumbulla Creek Falls picnic area during your road trip.
Here, you'll find a convenient boardwalk – perfect for walking with children – that leads to a scenic lookout where you can see water cascading through a dramatic gorge and granite boulder field down into a plunge pool.
www: Mumbulla Creek Falls
Five minutes drive heading 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 pit toilet facilities. Camel Rock Surf Beach is well known for its great surf, swimming, with 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.