Cuttagee Beach is celebrated because of surf at its southern end, an estuary at its northern end. The shallow estuary is popular with families, and the iconic one lane bridge above it provides some shade.
If you love coastal walks, the 7.5km Bermagui Coastal Walk will take you along the beach to Barragoot Beach (3.5km of clean white and) and over Micheal Lerner Lookout to Bermagui.
The southern end of Cuttagee Beach was the site of a steam powered sawmill which during World War I, produced pick handles from the local Spotted Gum. The troops at Gallipoli used these for digging their trenches.
Cuttagee Beach and Lake is 8 kilometres south of Bermagui on Tathra-Bermagui Road.