Sapphire Coast Tourist Drives

Tourist Drives

Tourist Drive 8

Cobargo - Bermagui - Tilba Tilba

A short tour with lots of history, some amazing but restful picnic spots, and the craft towns of Cobargo and Tilba Tilba to enjoy along the way.
 

Tourist Drive 9

Tathra - Bermagui - Wallaga Lake

This tour passes through Mimosa Rocks National Park. to the north of Tathra, with its spectacular Spotted Gum forests, and Wallaga National Park near Bermagui, where views alternate from rolling green hills to rugged coastline.
 

Tourist Drive 10

Candelo - Wyndham - Towamba - Eden

“To travel this diverse hinterland is to understand the courage and tenacity of our pioneer families.”

Tour the rolling hills of Candelo where dairy herds have grazed since white man first came to the area. Explore the steep mountain roads and tall forests of Tantawangalo, where the tumbling waters of Six Mile Creek begin their journey to the ocean, through the hid den valley of Towamba, beneath the spectacular rock face of Mount Jingera.
 

Tourist Drive 11

Bega - Tathra - Merimbula - Pambula

For gardeners and those with an interest in native flora, although anyone with a love of the bush and beach will find this tour a delight.

Tourist Drive 11 begins at Bega, heading east to Tathra, then backtracking 4.5km to Sapphire Coast Drive and continues south through Merimbula to the historic town of Pambula. Then a 2km drive to Pambula Beach where picnic facilities and childrens playground can be found.
 

The Coast Road

Tathra - Tanja - Wapengo - Murrah - Bermagui

Attractions for Visitors on the Tathra to Bermagui Road

The Coast Road from Tathra to Bermagui is one of the most spectacular drives on the Far South Coast. Spotted gum forests surrounding unspoilt bays and beaches in Mimosa Rocks National Park. Original timber bridges crossing rivers, creeks and estuaries. Award winning oysters growing in pristine lagoons. Rolling green hills with a backdrop of densely wooded mountains.
For all these reasons, the area has attracted many creative people. Since the Tathra to Bermagui Coast Road was sealed, some unique, quality art and fine food venues have opened, adding further inspiration to this beautiful coastal drive and making it a compelling experience.