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Discover the tranquil beauty of Brogo

See sheer cliffs, rock orchids and abundant wildlife from a perfect vantage point on the water.

 

Go ashore and explore forest gullies or take a picnic to a secluded spot.

 

Our two to three person canoes are equipped with all safety gear.

Imagine nothing to be heard but the sweet sounds of bird calls and the gentle splash of your paddle moving through still water.

 

Situated 25kms north east of Bega on the Sapphire Coast or Far South Coast of NSW, Brogo is under 40 minutes drive from the beach and is surrounded by Wadbilliga National Park.

Brogo is approximately 3 hours from Canberra, 6 hours south of Sydney and 6.5 hours north of Melbourne.

Brogo Dam has an extensive catchment running back into the magnificent Brogo Wilderness area. The waterways are pristine, with magnificent gorges rising 180 feet high and lots of nooks and crannies to explore.

 

The peaceful backwaters are the perfect place to hire a canoe and explore the waterway.  Wadbilliga National Park is a haven for native birdlife - White Bellied Sea Eagles, Azure Kingfishers, Lorikeets, Cockatoos, Honeyeaters & many more.

Our stable Canadian canoes are the perfect vantage point to view the spectacular scenery and spot colourful Water Dragons, Goannas and shy Echidnas.

 

Glide past Rock Orchids clinging to sheer cliffs (flowering in September) and the naturally beautiful Australia bush, featuring the rare Deua Eucalypt and Sandpaper Figs.  The shaded western cliffs are adorned with leafy ferns and trailing vines, with plenty of spots to hop ashore and further explore.

Bookings

2-3 person canoes with all Safety Gear

Half day hire - $30 per person (4 hours)

Children 13 and under - $15

 

Booking is easy! Simply call us or send a text message with your required booking time and day.

We'll confirm your booking asap and send you the booking details and map/location via SMS.

Call Dave or Sue

0428 898 696

 
 

What to Bring

Our canoes are safe stable "Canadians". All safety gear, maps and instructions are provided.

We suggest you bring sunscreen, a hat, drinking water and insect repellent.  You may also like to bring a picnic lunch or snacks, but don't forget the camera and a keen sense of adventure!

A warm but light waterproof jacket is recommended for cooler months.

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