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Wheelchair access
Admission: $7.50 
Children under 5yrs: Free



Gain an insight into early alluvial mining
and enjoy the beauty of nature's revival.
Guided tours of heritage site set amongst tree ferns.
See the old mineshafts, hear the stories of bygone days,
relive the past...

Tours run daily at 2pm

Groups of more than 12 people and bus tour operators
please book your tour through the Bermagui Visitor
Information Centre
 Ph: 6493 3054

or call in to Bermagui Community Centre,
cnr Young and Bunga Streets.
(maximum of 12 people per guide) 

Visit website for more information.





Bermagui Seaside Fair, held on the second Saturday in March each

year, is a multi award winning community and tourism event attracting

thousands of people.

It includes Umbrellas of Bermagui, fancy dress street parade, music

and entertainment on two stages, a Bermagui Blessing ceremony,

poets breakfast, quality arts and crafts and photographic exhibitions,

themed art show, pet pageant, kid's novelty events, market stalls, carnival, sandcastle competition, fireworks spectacular and more.


Visit for more info.






Sculpture Bermagui, held in March, includes the large sculptures

exhibition on Dickinson Point headland and Dickinson Park, plus an

exhibition of smaller sculptures in the Bermagui Community Centre.


This well established, community supported event (formerly known as

Sculpture On The Edge) features some of Australia's finest sculptors

as well as emerging artists. This year's program encompasses new

elements, such as indigenous art and engagement, original music

amongst the sculptures, torch light tours, 'Conversations with the Artist

sessions, commemoration of past artists and satellite events.





Four Winds, Bermagui. Exquisite music in an exhilarating place.

Four Winds is a home for music makers from Australia and around the
world to create, perform, teach and collaborate. Four winds is best
known for the Four Winds Easter Festival, a biennial classical music
festival held in the beautiful outdoor - Sound Shell - amphitheatre.

Now 25 years strong, Four Winds has launched in to a year-round
program of concerts, workshops and community projects, enabled by
a new world-class facility the - Windsong Pavilion - which is a beautiful
indoor acoustic performance space.

Sign up to the mailing list to keep in touch with upcoming events and
activities at the Four Winds site and around the community. Go to, call 02 6493 3414 or drop in to the Four Winds
office at the Bermagui Community Centre - Monday to Friday between
9.30am and 12.30pm.





For 15 years Zephyrs Jazz has presented the best of Australia’s jazz to the local community in great performance spaces. Last year, for the first time, we used Four Winds new Windsong Pavilion. 

Zephyrs’ next concert will be the Sydney-based quartet, The Vampires, at 2 pm on Sunday 11 October 2015 in the Windsong Pavilion.

Described as an absolute must-have for festivals anywhere in the world, The Vampires have released four acclaimed albums, performed around Australia, including the Sydney Opera House, won several National awards and been invited by major international festivals.

As always, join us afterwards for a chat over drinks with other audience members and the musicians.

 For information on the band and to book tickets, visit our website [].






Live music Saturday nights





Heaps of different activities every day - Bingo, Trivia, NPL Poker,
Happy Hour, Raffle, Members Badge Draw, Pool Comp, Old Time
Dancing, Steak Night, Pizza-Pasta Night, Live Entertainment


Bermagui Country Club Arts Society offers a different activity

each morning in the Country Club.
Visitors and and new members are welcome.









Dickinson Park Bermagui
 Last Sunday
of the month

Cobargo Laneway Markets are an initiative of Cobargo Creators and happen every Saturday from 9am till 1pm.


Coordinated by the Bermagui / Cobargo Red Cross
Contact: Gary Stevens 6493 6581

Come and enjoy the friendly Cobargo vibe while you browse fresh
produce, seedlings, herbs, local crafts, craft supplies and other
locally made goodies. There's also trashy treasures and treasured
trash for the bargain hunters and the odd busker to entertain.

Interested stallholders please contact Veronica on
0437 263128 or email



947 Old Highway


Opening Hours:
October - April: daily 10.00am - 5.00pm
May to September: Wednesday - Sunday 11.00am - 5.00pm
Note: closed in August


Live music performances 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month
from 12.30pm (free entry),  and poetry readings and occasional
dinner/cabaret evenings with top bands and musicians. Art gallery
open daily for viewing.


Enjoy a game of bocce or croquet on the lawn (equipment
available) or play social bridge on the first Wednesday of
each month from 2.00pm. Visitors welcome, partners not


Bermagui Fishermen's Wharf Complex



Opening hours:
Wednesdays (Oct thru April) 3 -9pm
Thursday thru Sun 3 -9pm
(7 days through January)


1795 Bermagui Road,  Wapengo,  NSW


vy Hill features the work of significant contemporary artists, both
emerging and established, many of whom live and work in the region.

The gallery is located on a farm in the fertile Wapengo Valley between
Tathra and Bermagui, in a well known artistic and cultural haven. 
Ivy Hill's season runs from the beginning of October to the middle
of June with exhibitions changing each month. Between June and
August the gallery is open by appointment.

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