Local Attractions

Bega is the gateway to the Sapphire coast of NSW, and home to many historical buildings, but it’s also surrounded by lush dairying country and dotted with lagoons that are rich in bird life.

The Pioneer Museum

The Pioneer Museum, Bega’s first hotel, was built in 1859 and stands at the corner of Bega and Auckland Streets. It is home to the largest display of framed, early pioneer photogr…

Bega Heritage Walk

.Discover Bega’s industrial and commercial heritage by strolling through our town with this self guided walking tour.  It is fascinating to learn about the range of industries that…

Bega Valley Regional Gallery

The Bega Valley Regional Gallery is a publicly funded art gallery and cultural facility located in the town centre of Bega. The gallery showcases contemporary Australian visual cu…


Whale Watching

 The southern right and humpback whales migrate along the coast between May and November. Whale watching cruises operate from Bermagui to Eden providing thrilling close up encounters of whales in the bay and along the coast of the Pacific Ocean .


Bega Cheese Heritage Centre

Located amongst the green pastures of the Bega Valley is the home of the famous Bega Cheese. Visit the the centre to sample some of their award winning cheese or enjoy a milkshake…



The Sapphire Coast offers a unique coastline of rivers, lakes and beaches from Eden to Bermagui. From surf beach patrolled in summer to beautiful sheltered beaches suitable for families. 

Cafe's And Restaurants

There are a variety of restaurants and cafes to dine in Bega and along the coastline of the Sapphire coast. Enjoy a varied seasonal menu with the best fresh local produce. Choose from local pubs , ale cart dinning to local clubs.


Magic Mountain

A family fun park located in Merimbula, Magic Mountain has a variety of rides and attractions that appeal to a wide range of ages. Whether it be the Toddler Splash Pool for the littlies to its famous and thrilling Tree Climb Challenge.