Bermagui and Wallaga Lake, a fishermen's paradise in the sun and so much more, is situated at the northern entrance to the spectacular Sapphire Coast. Surrounded by magnificent surf beaches, estuaries, wetlands and coastal lagoons. A mere 9km diversion will lead you to this tranquil haven.
Wallaga Lake offers both tribal significance for the Yuin Aboriginals as well as being the largest lake in southern NSW. Black swans in all their presence gather their young - more than 200 species have been identified in the National Park fronting the western side of the lake and the foothills of Mount Dromedary and beyond.
The fishing is fabulous and the serenity of these surroundings offers a perfect place for a sail or swim with accommodation surrounding the waters edge. Bushwalking is endless as is the array of rainforest trees and plants awaiting to be discovered.