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Bemboka and Surrounds

Giba Gunyah is a mixture of cleared paddocks and natural bushland to be explored. There are fire trails and bush walks that continue along the mountain ridge to Bemboka Ridge, one way and to the Walls in the other direction. Native flora and fauna are in abundance. The elusive lyrebird, lace monitors, wombats, bower birds building nests, echidnas and of course a variety of parrots and other birds. At the front of the property is the Bemboka River with a large swimming hole and waterfall to explore. Take a walk along the road to Happy Valley and enjoy the beauty and peace of the local countryside with many opportunities for photographs. At night you can go spotlighting and see owls, wombats and possums or just soak up the beauty of the night sky.

In Bemboka you will find:

Australian Pottery Gallery
A gallery showcasing Australian pottery made in the last half century, some from our own collection, others sourced from the secondary market. Hours Friday to Monday 10am - 5pm or by appointment.

1 Oliver Street, Bemboka, NSW, 2550 Ph: 02 64930491

Bemboka Pie Shop

Stroudover Cottage - located at 872 Polacks Flat Road Bemboka, is a contemporary, two-bedroom, purpose-built guest house in a quiet setting, providing self-catering holiday accommodation to discerning guests who expect the comforts of home, while enjoying a relaxing holiday in the beautiful countryside of the Bega Valley. The cottage is located on a fully fenced six acre property and offers spectacular pastoral views to the surrounding mountains.

Ferntree Gully

Bemboka Peak

Pioneer Walk

LOCALLY IN THE AREA

BEGA CHEESE HERITAGE CENTRE

A visit to the historic wharf at Tathra is a must to enjoy the beauty of the beach and the cuisine of the area. A visit to the Bega Cheese Factory is also a must. Watch cheese being made, visit the museum, café, local craft gift shop and sample the cheeses. There are local fruit and grape wineries to visit, plus local markets each weekend, the most popular of all being the Candelo Markets, which are on the first Sunday of the month.

Three quarters of the Sapphire Coast is either pristine Wilderness, National Park or State Forests. You can visit magnificent deserted beaches, sample freshly caught fish at Bermagui and Eden, visit the historical villages of Pambula and Cobargo and their numerous art and craft galleries, take a whale watching cruise (Sept to Nov), go big game fishing, take in a round of golf at one of the many local golf courses or take a joy flight and see how beautiful it all is from the air.

BEGA FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH

If you are interested in searching for information on your family history visit:

Bega Valley Shire Library
Bega Pioneers Museum
Pambula Genealogy Society

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