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Bega Valley, New South Wales, Australia

Welcome to Bega Valley, located on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. This beautiful region is an ideal destination for nature lovers, history enthusiasts, and outdoor adventurers.

Things to Do

  • Visit the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre to learn about the history of cheese-making in the region
  • Explore the Mimosa Rocks National Park, featuring stunning beaches and coastal views
  • Take a hike along the Yurammie State Forest walking trails
  • Enjoy a scenic drive along the Sapphire Coast
  • Visit the historic township of Tilba Tilba, known for its charming heritage buildings and local produce

Where to Stay

  • Bega Village Motor Inn - offers comfortable rooms and onsite dining
  • Tathra Beachside - a beachfront holiday park with cabins and campsites
  • Merimbula Beach Resort & Holiday Park - located just a few minutes from the beach
  • Heritage House Motel & Units - offers self-contained accommodation and a peaceful garden setting

Getting There

Bega Valley is approximately 5 hours drive from Sydney, 3 hours from Canberra, and 2 hours from the Victorian border. The nearest airport is in Merimbula, which offers flights from Sydney and Melbourne.

When to Visit

The best time to visit Bega Valley is during the summer months (December to February), when the weather is warm and sunny. However, the region offers year-round attractions, such as whale watching in winter and spring, and the Bega Valley Show in February.

Local Cuisine

The region is known for its delicious cheese, so be sure to try some Bega Cheese during your visit. Local seafood, such as oysters, mussels, and prawns, is also a must-try. And don't forget to sample some of the delicious wines produced in the region.

Whether you're looking to relax on the beach, explore the great outdoors, or immerse yourself in local history and culture, Bega Valley has something for everyone. Come and experience the beauty and charm of this wonderful region.

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