Bithry Inlet is the wide and shallow mouth of Wapengo Lake, in Mimosa Rocks National Park.
The inlet is a secluded and quiet swimming area, with minimal facilities. The beach and foreshore walk between Bithry Inlet and its neighbour Middle Beach includes striking blades and shafts of secondary ironstone which have been exposed by erosion, leaving bizarre vertical rock sculptures.
If you wish to stay, Myer House, offers unique accommodation for large groups. It was designed by architect Sir Roy Grounds and built by Kenneth Myer. The Myer family generously donated the home to NPWS in 1976. It has been wonderfully preserved to that era, and has it’s own private tennis court.
Bithry Inlet is not patrolled.
Follow the Tathra-Bermagui Road from Merimbula or Tathra, and turn onto Haighs Road, around 12 kilometres north of Tathra. Continue past Middle Beach, and look for Bithry Inlet.