Cobargo is a vibrant village of quaint olden-style stores, pottery, leatherwork, art galleries, bookstores, country cafes and antique shops.
Cobargo combines the skills and craft of a working village with a genuinely historic past, its streetscape featuring many turn of the century buildings.
Cobargo is located just off the beautiful far south coast of N.S.W. between Narooma and Bega. It is 386km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway.
Cobargo is the hub of the Sapphire Coast, being an excellent base to explore the area from. Come to Cobargo, take in the sights, explore the many shops and artisans in the area.
Cobargo has developed from a sleepy village into a vibrant tourist destination in the past decade.
Come and visit us. Calling in at Cobargo could not be easier – it’s hard not to stop, when the wealth of crafts and bustling village life is seen.
Things to see and do
Located midway between Bermagui on the coast, Tilba to the north and Bega to the south, Cobargo is the hub of the Sapphire Coast.
It is the ideal base to explore the area from. The Sapphire Coast area around Cobargo
Untouched wilderness areas, such as the Wadbilliga National Park with its rugged mountain ranges and deep river valleys
The Visitor Information Centre is located in the main street and is open Thursday to Monday, 10am to 4pm.
Telephone 6493 6110
What others say
“Love the atmosphere of the town” Chris
“Love the gnomes in Cobargo – and the artworks in town!” Gabbi
“It is a lovely country town, always see interesting things there” Barbara
“Looking forward to the Cobargo Folk Festival – always a great weekend of music every year!” Cora