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Beautifully Uncivilised

Discover the ideal adventure landscape and reconnect with nature on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales. All year round our national parks are natural playgrounds and the lagoons and seas are our wonder-filled aquarium.

Explore artisan galleries, taste the freshest of produce from the land and the sea, sample local wine, study Aboriginal history and culture, and the history of the pioneers. Or lose yourself in nature, in whatever way you choose.

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Accessible Sapphire Coast

Welcome! Explore a coastal wilderness, discover local produce and stay in unique, purpose-built accommodation. We have coastal and country stays to suit couples, families and groups, and even the dog.Download Access...

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Must See and Do

Lauren Bath’s itinerary for photographers

There’s so much choice for nature lovers that even professional photographers say 5 days isn’t enough. When Instagrammer Lauren Bath visited in late August, we gave her an epic itinerary of dawn shoots, sunset shoots and lots of experiences in between, like snorkelling in 14 degree water at one of our favourite spots and whale... view

Golden Hour Itineraries – Spring Bermagui

“I need this wild life, this freedom.” Zane Grey. The golden hour, that precious window at dawn & dusk when colours sweep across the sky, is a magical reminder of the endless dance of the planets. It’s a time to pay attention to the world around you, and ignore the phone. At this time of... view

Golden Hour itinerary: Eden

“It happened in only one place in the world and it will never happen again.” Tom Mead, Killers of Eden.* When you stand on a headland of Twofold Bay in spring, you’re standing on hallowed ground.  Mead writes of the killer whales of Eden, a pod of wild Orca gladiator who rendezvous with one local family each... view

Flagship Festivals and Events

Oct 20

The Shirl, National Youth Portraiture Prize

6th October, 2017 - 25th November, 2017

Winner of ‘2015 IAS Young Achievement Award’ Harriet Mitchell. ‘Romy and Daffodil’ The Shirl is a $10,000 acquisitive biannual portrait prize for artists between the ages 16  and 25. There is no other Portrait prize specifically for young and emerging Australian artists. The Shirl is the little sister to the BVRG’s $50,000... View more

Oct 27

Arj Barker – Organic

Friday 27th October, 2017

As always, I start with the finest free-range topics, nurture them until they’re brimming with wholesome hilarity, and ready for the tellin’. Remember, my cruelty-free jokes are ALWAYS tested on animals, and 100% goat-approved by the time you hear them. That’s quality you can trust. ​*may contain traces of nuts Arj Barker... View more

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