Just 386 km south of
Sydney, situated on the Princes Highway north of
Bega, Cobargo is
a bustling rural community, with its array of shops and
amenities that specialise in such things as pottery, handcrafted
woodwork, antiques, jewellery and assorted country arts and crafts. You can also enjoy
great homemade country baking at a variety of food outlets,
including restaurants and cafes. One of the cafes is situated inside
an old red rattler train from Sydney's rail network, tastefully
restored to offer an unusual commuting experience.
In July, Cobargo has its
traditional craft day, where local crafts people share their
self-sufficient traditions dating back to the 1860s.
You can make
Cobargo your base, by which you can visit the surrounding townships
and countryside. To the east is Bermagui,
an anglers delight. To the north just 19 km away is
Tilba, a historic gold mining,
dairy and cheese town. To the immediate south is
Quaama and further is
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