Explore the river and lagoons, sample Bega Cheese and learn the history over lunch
Bega is the regional centre of the Sapphire Coast, with its heart is dotted with rich lagoons and galleries – surrounded by rich pastures and rain forests.
In this itinerary, you can explore the river and lagoons, sample Bega Cheese and learn the history over lunch and wander through the Bega Valley Regional Gallery and others. This itinerary is also accessible by wheelchair, with the exclusion of Glebe Park lagoon (but you can drive right to the water’s edge).
The town is surrounded by rich dairy farming pastures and rainforest while at its heart the preservation of historical buildings, particularly in the main street and Church Street, make it easy to imagine what life was like when horse and cart ruled the roads. Just around the corner modern life returns with the Bega Valley Regional Gallery and Sapphire Market Place. Three kilometres north of the township you can take it all in at the Bega Lookout.
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To view an individual point of interest, click on a marker below and select 'more info'. From there you can step through the trail one point at a time. Download links for GPS devices and Google Earth can be found below.
If your GPS requires a specific format for map data, download the GPX file above and use an online converter such as GPS Visualiser to convert to a format appropriate for your GPS. Select 'Waypoints' as the type of GPS data you would like to convert.