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Bega Valley

Part of the South Coast and located within the Sapphire Coast region, is picturesque Bega. Bega serves as a administrative centre for government and primary industry, the production area for the famous Bega Cheese's and other dairy products manufactured and distributed from the town both nationally and exported around the world.

Centrally located within the Bega Valley the Bega area was originally inhabited by a group of aboriginal tribes collectively known to each other as the Yuin Nation, their main campground based at Wallaga Lake was the first NSW Aboriginal community to be granted title deeds under the 1983 Land Rights Act. Today the group runs the Umbarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Tours, operating tours of local Koori sacred sites, ochre painting, bark hut building, and spear throwing lessons.

Whether its whale watching from Merimbula or deep see game fishing at Bermagui there is much to enjoy, with activities as varied as wine tasting, bushwalking, horse-riding, canoeing in Brogo, surfing, golf, beaches, as well as visiting the many towns and villages including Candelo, Kameruka, Bemboka, Tathra, Tilba Tilba, and Wolumla, to name but a few.

Check out our listing of Bega accommodation, Eurobodalla accommodation, Sapphire Coast accommodation and South Coast accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Bega Visitor Information Centre
Lagoon Street
Ph:02 6491 7645
Fax: 02 6491 7646
Open 7 days 9 am - 5 pm
Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
Hours may vary, contact visitor centre

The Bega Visitor Information Centre is now located at the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre, handling ticket sales for Countrylink and Premier Buslines and offering an expanded range of brochures and information services to visitors to the centre. There is ample parking for cars, buses and caravans.

Sapphire Coast Tourism

Bega Attractions

Wine Locale: National • NSW
Grevillea Estate Wines • Location: see website
• BEGA NSW 2550 • Ph: 02 6492 3006 • Fax: 02 6492 5330 • Email
• Family owned boutique winery on 20 acres of vineyard. Visitors can enjoy leisurely farm walks including the ‘Wetland Walk’. There are also farm animals, as well as a viewing of the afternoon milking in the ‘Rotary Cow Dairy’. A delicious homestyle lunch is available in the ‘Bails’ Restaurant, set within the historic 1860’s Milking Bails. And, of course, a guided tasting of wines. Cellar door open every day. Only 5 minutes from Bega, 25 minutes from Merimbula and Tathra.
Umbarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Tours
• Ph: 02 4473 7232 • Email
• Spear and boomerang throwing, ochre painting and tours of sacred sites.

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Bega Distance

Distance to Bega
• Following are some approximate distances by road to Bega:
• Bemboka 35
• Bermagui 62
• Brogo 25
• Candelo 23
• Cobargo 41
• Eden 53
• Merimbula 32
• Nimmitabel 74
• Pambula 34
• Quaama 30
• Sydney 421
• Tathra 18
Distances given are only approximation, they should be verified with the appropriate maps.
The Australian Automotive Motoring Associations also offer select access to travel trip planners.

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