Beaches at and around Bermagui

Bermgaui Sapphire Coast – Beaches

Although Bermagui is known worldwide for its great fishing, it also has an abundance of secluded and beautiful beaches.


(A) Armands Beach – Only nude beach on the Sapphire Coast – Worth a look, but make sure you get your gear off.

(B) Baragoot Beach – 3-kilometre beach – No amenities.

(C) Barragga Bay – Surrounded by bushland small secluded. No amenities

(D) Beares Beach Protected beach only a few km from the town. No amenities.

(E) Breakway Beach – Small beach, hard to get to.

(F) Cutagee Beach – located on the Bermagui Tathra Road – Great for kids, perfect for fishing.

(G) Hayward Beach – 5k’s long, 5 kilometres north of Bermagui – Next to Camel Rock surf beach. A surfers paradise.

(H) Horeshore Bay – the Main beach at Bermagui – Patrolled ideal for amenities.

(I) Jaggers Beach – Small secluded beach – No amenities

(J) Pebby Beach – Just north of Camel Rock, small and secluded. No amenities.

(K) Moorehead Beach – Next to the harbour – Small and protected, perfect for the kids.

(L) Mills Beach – Small rocky beach close to Cuttagee Beach and Barragga Point.

(M) Blue Pool – Ironic beach Not really a beach – great for the kids one of the main attractions in Bermagui.

Things to do around Bermagui

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