A peaceful Sapphire Coast town famous for its fishing, Bermagui is nestled around a safe, all-weather harbour.
Bermagui is located on the Sapphire Coast of NSW. It is on the Princes Highway, 366 km (5 hr drive) from Sydney and 275 km (just over 3 hr drive) from Canberra.
The town is known for the famous Camel Rock (located on the Camel Rock Surf Beach) which formed around 450 million years ago.
Bermagui sits halfway between the airports of Merimbula (70 min to the south) and Moruya (70 min to the north). Regional Express (REX) offer daily return flights from these airports to Sydney and Melbourne.
There are also regular coach services from Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.
Bermagui is home to more than 1400 people, the median age of residents is 56 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up 3.5% of the population.
The closest major regional hospital to Bermagui is located in Bega (55 min drive from Bermagui). Services offered include aboriginal health services, aged and chronic disease services, Breast Screen NSW, community health central intake service, dental health, diabetes services, drug and alcohol services, cardiac rehabilitation services, Hepatitis C treatment services, HIV services, rental health services, respiratory services, maternal services, My Aged Care Assessment services, needle and syringe program services, nutrition and dietetics, pediatrics, palliative care services, radiology, social work services, speech pathology, tuberculous services and women’s health.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station at Bermagui.