Southern Right Whales relax on Twofold Bay

The arrival of a pod of southern right whales, with a young calf,  at Eden on the Sapphire Coast yesterday has been the source of...

Delights in Bega for Festival of the Face

While Pokemon Go has captured the attention of lots of smart phone users, Bega's Festival of the Face has its own offerings for those who...

Itinerary: Shirley Hannan National Portraiture Award

The crisp winter months draw artists and art lovers alike to Sapphire Coast, to be inspired by nature and local galleries, forage for the season's...

Winter on the Sapphire Coast

Winter on the Sapphire Coast is mild, with crisp days and star filled skies. Whales have already been sighted, a great indication of the season to...

Warm up with home cooked oyster dishes

If the thought of cooking fresh Sydney Rock Oysters seems blasphemous, hold that thought! These recipes come from the Rodley's of Tathra Oysters who have been growing oysters on Nelson...

Anzac Day 2016

On Anzac Day our people gather by the sea, at the churches and town halls of their villages to remember all those who have put themselves in...

Blockbuster exhibition at BVRG

  Blue chip artists Margaret Preston, Tom Roberts and Arthur Streeton along with contemporaries such as Ken Done, are part of our biggest exhibition for 2016,...

Discovery Walks, Talks & Tours for Autumn

Explore our unspoilt coastline with friendly guides, challenge yourself and learn new skills for life! Snorkel in Merimbula Lake Spotlight for nocturnal native animals Boat ride to Ben Boyd...

SHORT WALK: Haycock Point to Barmouth Beach

In the space of an hour and a half, you can stroll along the ancient and rugged coast to the eucalypt lined, aquamarine waters of Pambula River Mouth. As...

5 good reasons to camp in March

1. Sleep ins Sunrises at around 7am mean you can catch all the beauty that is first light. The morning bird song, the thumping of wallabys...