We guarantee you will enjoy yourself, untroubled by the pace of life, at this seaside retreat. Indulge yourself allow yourself to be nurtured by relaxing in the elevated cottage, listen to the rolling waves, watch dolphins and whales, sea eagles, pelicans, black swans which headline the parade of natures treasures.
Guest Review September 2014: Bermagui Beach House is the perfect place to experience Bermagui. The house is beautifully furnished and very easy to live in. With our two children, 11 and 13 we spent 10 days at the house. All the fitting out of the house is perfect for a holiday, with a well appointed kitchen as well for a good cook up. We absolutely loved spending afternoons looking over the deck and seeing whale spouts out to sea, of which there were many!
The house is in a perfect position looking over the wetlands and beach and over the main point. Excellent access to the beach, as well as some 'secret' coves at the bottom of the cliffs and near the swamp coastal walk which is also great to bike ride. Bermagui is also a gorgeous little coastal town. We walked, rode, played golf, lawn bowls, swam and ate ALOT! We loved Il Passagio, the gelato shop got almost a daily visit and the prawns at the fish coop were sensational. Our very favourite meal out was at the Oyster Room for lunch - wow! The Blue Pool was beautiful and the river great to hire a tinny and motor on to have a fish. Jennifer was a great host - the access was easy and the little touches like providing good quality toiletries and linen, gourmet spices and seasonings all made for a great experience. Thanks Jennife. When we venture back to Bermagui, we'll definitely be trying to stay at the house again! Tracey Ezard & family
THE COTTAGE - 3 bedrooms, master with en-suite, 2 bathrooms, plus an outdoor bath. Modern kitchen, living and dining area eclectic furnishings, including leather lounges and shabby chic design, topped off by a huge deck.
Overlooks Morehead beach, the harbour the town and the wetland. A view you can reach out and touch.
Sunrise to sunset twinkling lights at night, stay with us for a weekend or a week
STAY IN! watch and the birds circling in front of the house waiting for the updraft. Make use of the modern well equipped kitchen OR dine out, take advantage of several excellent local restaurants and wineries.
GO OUT.- water sports, bikes rides, horse rides, golf, tennis or just walk the beach, fish off the beach.
BEACHFRONT - DELIGHTFUL - INDULGENT - AFFORDABLE - VIEWS TO DELIGHT THE SENSES 24/7
Situated on a headland and facing south, with views over Mooreheads Beach at the end of which is the harbor entrance, you can watch the trawlers and fishing boats, coming and going, after dark the view remains, changing to the twinkling lights of the evening.
Although private, it's only three minutes drive to Bermagui Township which offers great restaurants and eateries; be sure to enjoy the delicacies at 'Cream' our local Patisserie, or explore the marina a fabulous location, beautiful views overlooking the harbour, beaches and mountains and featuring 'Il Passagio' Italian restaurant, 'Horse & Camel' Wine Bar, plus Asian inspired restaurant,not fish & chips, plus a host of other cafes, galleries and wineries..
The Country Club' has an 18 hole championship golf course, lawn bowls, tennis and croquet.
Bermagui also has a surf life saving club; surfing and stand up paddle hire and lessons are available as well as horse riding on the beach or through the forest.
JUNE TO OCTOBER WHALES ARE MIGRATING NORTH and SOUTH FROM SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER. Southern right whales can be seen calving May through November. Dolphin species such as the Bottlenose, Common and Irrawaddy can be seen year round. Casual whale sightings are common from the living areas and deck of Bermagui Beach House.
BERMAGUI Discover This Unique Destination? & Relax In A Natural Paradise.
Bermagui has remained a quaint seaside town, with an excellent year round temperate climate it is set amongst surfing beaches, lagoons and coastal wilderness famous for its whale watching, surfing, boating, not to mention the natural beauty of its waterways, beaches and hinterland forests, a peaceful town, famous for its fishing, Bermagui nestles around a safe, all-weather harbour dating from the 1830s. The continental shelf is just 20 km offshore ? its closest point to the Australian mainland ? which means exceptional deep-sea fishing. In particular, the town is known for its yellowfin tuna and the famed black marlin.
It's the perfect place to loose yourself while you enjoy water sports, hiking, mountain biking and much more.
You will be spoilt for choice by pristine waters and the natural beauty of our quiet and sometimes secluded beaches, lakes, pools and other unique coastal landscapes in and around Bermagui. Explore some of the best kept secrets of the Sapphire Coast ? or some of the not so secret.
Families and children love the seasonally patrolled Horseshoe Bay Beach, the rocks at either end provide great exploring and snorkeling and sometimes meeting with a local seal.
Moorheads Beach and Haywards Beach do a long lazy stretch north of Bermagui to Camel Rock. The old road leading in to Bermagui follows Moorheads Beach and now makes a leisurely walk with bird hides along the way. Camel Rock Surf Beach is another wonderful photographic and picnic spot. Leave the camel behind and delve into the rock pools or pick up the coastal walk to Wallaga Lake. One of the largest coastal lakes in NSW, Wallaga Lake is an area of outstanding natural beauty with special significance for the Aboriginal people of the area. Enjoy a myriad of water activities or simply spend time enjoying the pace and the black swans. Murunna Point which overlooks the mouth of Wallaga Lake will keep your camera lens busy.
Bermagui has most facilities and they are open 7 days a week including the 18 hole golf course, lawn bowling, tennis and croquet clubs as well as a Surf Lifesaving Club & Mountain Bike Track.
Bermagui is close to Canberra, Albury/Wodonga and the ski fields. we have wineries, various galleries, art & music, a variety of attractions close at hand. The drive to Sydney is a comfortable 5 hours and Melbourne is about 7 to 8 hours away.
Walks: Enjoy one of the many nature walks of discovery, exploring the seasonal changes along the shores and in the forests. The diversity of ecosystems within some of the areas abound with wildlife. The estuaries and lakes also contain important wetlands, providing habitat and food for a range of waterbirds and wildlife.
Paddle Half day and two hour adventures available ? Bermagui River Explorer, Bermagui Coastal Explorer, Wallaga Lake to Black Lagoon and Bermagui River/Horseshoe Bay. All food and gear is provided. Tours for all ages and experience levels. First time paddlers welcome.
Bermagui Mountain Bike Park
Cited as one of the best trails you will find in the region?, the track is open to the public to be used free of charge. Located in the Bermagui State Forest just north of town, the trails wind through magnificent stands of spotted gums and burrawang palms. A map at the trail head details trails for kids and experienced riders. Please read the disclaimer on the trail head map prior to riding the track and always ride with the proper protective gear.
Directions: 300m past Keating Drive, turn right into Scenic Drive (unsealed road) and follow the signs to the car park and trail head.
Explore the incredible marine environment at several places in and around Bermagui ? Horseshoe Bay Beach, the Blue Pool, Beares Beach, Camel Rock and at the beaches and lakes in the Mimosa Rocks National Park.
Coastal Walk - Bermagui and South to Cuttagee Beach & Lake
Stand up paddle boarding
a truly unique way to see the beautiful waterways and environment of the Sapphire Coast. It is exhilarating, fun and perfect for all ages and abilities. Whether you are after a laid back estuary cruise, or something more challenging, stand up paddle boarding offers something for everyone. Lessons and guided tours by qualified instructors.