Life on the road: Cobargo

Welcome RV’ers, Caravanners & Campers
Cobargo combines the skills and craft of a working village with a genuinely historic past, its streetscape featuring the many turn of the century buildings that make it such an attraction for visitors.  The town of Cobargo was badly affected by the January 2020 bushfires but the spirit of the community remains strong and the village hums with the collective heart of its people, an eclectic mix of artists, musicians and of course, farming & agricultural folk.   Great eateries, great art, great views, you’ll find much to charm you in Cobargo.
Where to Stay

Cobargo Hotel – up to 96 hours with no charge.  Please call ahead to check availability as the Hotel is currently accommodating recovery teams from the January 2020 bushfires.

Where to park in town

Short term parking is located at Cobargo Hotel for up to 96 hours free of charge. Showers are accessible for a fee of $5 per person. Casual parking is available at the Council carpark behind the shopping complex

Waste & Recycling

General waste and recycling bins throughout town, Waste & Recycling Centre, Strudwicks Road, Bermagui.   Return & Earn station, Woolworths car park, Montague Street, Bermagui

Water Fill Station

Glisson -Watson Rd – just off Princes Hwy, South of Cobargo

Dump Point  

Cobargo Hotel, cnr Princes Hwy & Bega St, key is available from Hotel.  Free.

Caravan & RV Repairs

Specialised Automotive, Auckland St, Bega  Ph: 02 6492 2888