Beaches – Horseshoe Bay off Lamont Street is sheltered and ideal for children.  Beare’s Beach – off Scenic Drive is a surf beach.  Moorhead’s Beach – at the end of Wapengo Street on the northern side of the harbour is an excellent surf beach.  Hayward’s Beach – enter from southern or northern branches of the old highway (no through road) is a good surf beach.  Cuttagee Beach – south of town is a good, uncrowded surf beach.  Camel Rock Beach – north of town is an excellent surfing beach.

Blue Pool – is a large ocean rock pool, good for swimming, splashing around or snorkelling. Opposite the big water tower near Scenic Drive. Watch for sign on ocean side. (picture is looking south from Blue Pool lookout).

Bruce Steer Pool  - is located at entrance to harbour just past the boat launching ramp. The pool has a shark proof net and good for snorkeling and families to splash or swim. (picture shows Bruce Steer pool to the right, Bermagui River entrance in the middle of the rock walls & Hayward's beach below Gulaga Mountain).

Bermagui Harbour  - fishing fleet, fish shops, boat launching ramp and trailer parking, fish cleaning tables, weigh-in gantry for game fish.

Bermagui River Park – just upstream from the bridge.  Boat launching ramp and trailer parking, picnic area and toilets.

Craft Activities and Sporting Facilities - Bermagui Country Club hosts the amateur Art & Craft Society, with different activities each morning. A magnificent 18 hole golf course, lawn bowling rinks and all weather tennis courts are also available at the club. Call 6493 3445 for more info, visitors and new members are welcome.

Bermagui Indoor Sports Stadium -   for Badminton, Karate, Netball, Basketball, Table Tennis

Fishing Spots – Hayward’s Beach, Moorhead’s Beach, Camel Rock, and Cuttagee Beach are good for salmon, tailor & Bream.  Bermagui Headlands, Wallaga Lake mouth and headlands south into Mimosa Rocks National Park are popular rock fishing spots.  Estuary fishing in the Bermagui River and Wallaga Lake can be very rewarding.  Ask for local advice at the bait and tackle shop. (picture shows one of the creeks that are good for bream and Flathead fishing)

Game Fishing - Bermagui is an internationally fabulous deep sea fishing and anglers paradise, with an abundance of species and fishing competitions. Charter Boats for deep sea and game fishing trips are available daily.  Enquire at Bermagui Visitors Info Centre.

Scenic Forest Drives – north of town watch for sign posts.  Spotted gum and Burrawang palms with picnic area beside backwaters of Wallaga Lake.

Montreal GoldField: A Cultural Heritage Tourist Attraction – Next door to the Wallaga Lake Caravan & Camel Rock Brewery is the Montreal Goldfield. There is a Heritage Centre built on the site that displays informative panels about the local history of the Montreal goldfield site and a small gold mining museum.  Montreal Goldfield is an intact, authentic example of alluvial diggings in the 1880s. It is the only goldfield in Australia that extends into the sea.  It is also the start of the Bermagui Mystery, a dreadful crime unsolved to this day.  Stroll along pathways and boardwalks through the beautiful tree fern forest that covers the diggings today as your guide tells you the Montreal story.  Entry is by guided tour only. Tours leave at 2.00 p.m. daily.  Location: 7 km north of Bermagui  on Wallaga Lake Rd,  For more information: 02) 6493 3054 or visit

Camel Rock – just off Wallaga Lake Road, 8klms north of Bermagui sits the lifelike Camel Rock – great for swimming, fishing, and picnic area. There is a DOG friendly section of this beach (signposted).

Horse Head Rock - around the corner from Camel Rock is Horse Head Rock. Access is via a nice walk along the path from the car park. 

Sunsets & Sunrises - One Tree rock in the distance, a good fishing gutter, great company and a magical sunset.