Archives: AP Suburb Profile

Tilba

The best of both coasts Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba offer a unique opportunity to step back in time and visit perfectly preserved heritage villages. But the region also offers so much more with great shops, cafes, gardens, romantic getaways and Tilba Valley Wines – all surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. Tilba is also the

Wallaga Lake

Wallaga Lake, the largest lake in southern NSW, is located seven kilometres north of Bermagui along Wallaga Lake Road.  A wonderful place to live or holiday. The hamlets of Fairhaven, Beauty Point, Akolele and Wallaga Lake Heights offer a variety of properties from small acreages to tiny holiday houses. Camel Rock and Wallaga Beaches are

Quaama

Quaama village was formerly known as “Dry River” (a name linked to the nearby Dry River) until the early 1900s, and was later known as “Quaamaa”; the present spelling was assigned in 1999. Another historic village many of Quaama’s important community buildings include the Quaama Public School founded in 1877, the School of Arts established

Cobargo

The Working Village Cobargo is a vibrant village of quaint olden-style stores, pottery, leatherwork, art galleries, bookstores, country cafes and antique shops.  Cobargo is 15 minutes form Bermagui on the Princes Highway between Narooma and Bega and combines the skills and craft of a working village with a genuinely historic past, its streetscape featuring many

Bermagui

Bermagui hugs the edges of its spectacular harbour and nestles under the shadow of Gulaga (Dromedary Mountain). A small and vibrant coastal town, offering boutique services and attractions, many unique to this area.  The Bermagui Fishermans Wharf overlooks the harbour and offers dining and shopping options and is also the home of Julie Rutherford Real

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