Sapphire Coast

Sapphire Coast

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Reconnect with nature on the Sapphire Coast.  Famous for our unique, nature based experiences and undiscovered coastal wilderness, journey across the region, immersing yourself in stunning landscapes and experiences.    Our region is 70% national park, where you can enjoy wild unspoilt coastline, watch whales in Spring, eat oysters off the rocks on deserted beaches and wander vast, cliff top nature trails.   From secluded beaches that hug our coast, to the fast running currents of our rivers and the ever changing tides of our lakes and lagoons, there’ll always be somewhere you can enjoy pristine shoreline all to yourself.   Our coastal towns and hinterland villages complement the stunning landscape and our local produce is the stuff of legend, with passionate chefs and artisans providing unique connections with the award winning oysters, seafood and produce of the region. 

Road Trip Essentials

Bermagui Blue Pool

The beautiful Bermagui Blue Pool is the perfect spot to cool off on a hot summers day. Rated in the top 10 per cent of worldwide attractions, this natural rock pool offers magnificent coastal views from the platform above. You may even spot a whale or two during the migrating season. 

Beowa National Park

Located near Eden on the far South Coast, the Beowa National Park spans 47kms of rocky coastline and sheltered inlets. Located near the whale watching town of Eden on the far South Coast of NSW, it’s crystal clear waters are ideal for snorkelling and swimming. 

Whale Watching

Between August and November the Sapphire Coast is one of the best places to see whales migrating. More than 35,000 Humpback Whales travel along the Humpback Highway via Sapphire Coast’s protected bays, coves  and beaches as they make their way to Antarctica for the summer.

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explore it all

One drive. One ocean. Endless Experiences Starting in the Royal National Park, less than an hour south of Sydney’s CBD, the Grand Pacific Drive is a 140 kilometre scenic coastal drive taking you through rainforests.