What’s on in Bermagui and the Sapphire Coast

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Events and things to do in Bermagui

Are you planning a holiday in Bermagui or on the Sapphire Coast? There’s plenty to do here on the Sapphire Coast all year round and our centrally located caravan park is the perfect base to enjoy all the events the region has to offer.  Please make sure you check with our friendly reception staff as dates and venues may have changed due to COVID restrictions.

Bermagui Sea Side Fair

Held annually in March.

Held in March each year, the Bermagui Seaside Fair is a multi-award winning community event located between beautiful Bermagui Harbour and scenic Horseshoe Bay. Attracting thousands of people, it is a free fun-filled day for everyone.

For early risers there’s the Bermagui Blessing and Poet’s Breakfast with bacon and egg rolls. A major attraction is the huge fancy dress street parade at 10.00am followed by music and entertainment on 2 stages throughout the day.

In various venues around town are exhibitions of art, craft and photography. There’s free kid’s entertainment and novelty events, a charity auction, hole in one golf beach bash, sandcastle competition and over 100 market and food stalls. A spectacular fireworks display ends the day.

There is no entry charge and it is an alcohol-free event. For more information visit www.bermaguiseasidefair.com »

Attending the Bermagui Sea Side Fair and want somewhere convenient to stay?
Contact our friendly staff for holiday accommodation availability and bookings on 02 6493 4655.

Four Winds Easter Festival

Held annually in April

The Four Winds Easter Festival encompasses artists, ensembles and performances in 10 stunning locations over 5 days.

Set in a unique environment at Barragga Bay on the south coast of NSW, the Four Winds Festival is an experience like no other. It brings world-class musicians, performers and audiences together in purpose-built state-of-the-art facilities in an exceptional location amongst the majesty of nature.

Surround yourself with music, brilliance and beauty.

Attending the Four Winds Festival and want somewhere convenient to stay?
Contact our friendly staff for holiday accommodation availability and bookings on 02 6493 4655.

Tilba Festival

Held annually at Easter.

A favourite amongst families and tourists over Easter is the Tilba Easter Festival.  On Easter Saturday each year, Bate Street is closed to traffic and opened to a huge array of culture events and festivities.

Featuring markets, music and mad competitions, throughout the day visitors will enjoy a wide variety of food and local makers stalls set in the shadow of the Indigenous icon Mount Gulaga and the National Trust listed town of Central Tilba.

Three stages of entertainment, kids zone, children’s performers and open mike sessions for older kids provide a full day of fun for all. Highlights include boot throwing, cheese rolling, egg tossing and doughnut eating competitions which have multiple heats and are open to all.

The event closes at around 9pm with an evening concert.

Attending the Tilba Festival and want somewhere convenient to stay?
Contact our friendly staff for holiday accommodation availability and bookings on 02 6493 4655.

Sculpture Bermagui

Held annually in March.

Sculpture Bermagui is one of the region’s top five flagship event and is held over 10 days in March.  With a backdrop unspoilt coastal wilderness of magnificent forests, fields, beaches and headlands, it’s an unforgettable event for locals and visitors.

Beautiful Dickinson Point headland and foreshore host the outdoor works, conversations with artists and public torchlight tours, as well as music and fire spectacles. The indoor works are curated in the nearby Community Centre to enable their appreciation, out of the elements.

Attending or exhibiting at Sculpture Bermagui and want somewhere convenient to stay?
Contact our friendly staff for holiday accommodation availability and bookings on 02 6493 4655.

ReBoot in Bermagui

Held annually in Spring.

ReBoot is held each Spring and includes three programs to suit runners of all levels and ages.

Events include fun runs, ocean swims, bike-riding, yoga, river paddling, skate and scoot competition, scenic nature walks, teams Tug-o-War, pilates, tai chi, golf competitions and much more.

Attending the ReBoot Bermagui running festival?
Contact our friendly staff for accommodation availability and bookings on 02 6493 4655.

Cobargo Folk Festival

Held annually in March.

More than 4000 folk music lovers gather at the Cobargo Showground on the first weekend in March each year to enjoy great music, workshops, spoken word events and to reconnect with family and friends, in a beautiful rural setting.

Presented by the Yuin Folk Club Inc, the festival is a celebration of folk music and folk culture from Australia and the world.

The Cobargo Folk Festival is organised entirely by unpaid volunteers from the community of Cobargo and local areas, who are supported by some 300 additional volunteers who join us from all over the country at Festival time to help stage this awesome event.

Profits raised during the festival go back into the community and the festival to improve local community facilities, fund the festival build and the artistic program, and to fund music education and development projects in the local area.

The Cobargo Folk Festival is run by the community for the community.

Attending the Cobargo Folk Festival and need somewhere to stay?
Contact our friendly staff for holiday accommodation availability and bookings on 02 6493 4655.

Cobargo Show

Held annually in February.