This free event event takes place at Bega Racecourse, Corner of Bridge and East Street. We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace! Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in Café Evolve – please come and join us!
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Club Bega is a popular, modern facility that provides a friendly environment for all members and guests. At Club Bega we pride ourselves on our modern facilities with great dining, relaxed seating areas and two well kept bowling greens.
There is always something fun and exciting happening at Club Bega! Be sure to check the website to see who’s coming to the club and what will be happening soon. You can also subscribe to the calendar to ensure you get notified every time a new event is scheduled at the club.
- Lunch and Dinner served daily
- Members’ Badge Draw
- Live Entertainment (see website for current performers)
Dining at Club Bega
Functions at Club Bega
82 Gipps St, Bega NSW
Visit the website for up to date information on events.
Contact Italian Restaurant located in Bega Downs Motor Inn 8-10 High Street, Bega Phone: 6492 2944
The Bega Cheese Heritage Centre is a great place to explore the world of Bega Cheese.
The Heritage Centre offers visitors the chance to try our world famous cheese and to learn about the history of dairying and Bega Cheese in the Bega Valley.
At the Centre you can sample and purchase a selection of Bega Cheese. We also sell a wide range of Australian cheese. We have a great range of souvenirs, farm-themed giftware, local jams & honey.
If you are hungry, let our coffee shop entice you with great milkshakes, ice creams and a large range of homemade cakes. If it is lunch you are after enjoy a ploughman’s lunch or steak sandwich from our extensive menu.
The Spotted Cow Gallery is upstairs at the Centre. Talented local artisans display and sell their products, which includes paintings, woodwork, leadlighting & decorative arts.
Our museum features the History of Dairying in the Bega Valley. Collections from local dairy farms shows our visitors how dairying became a thriving industry in the Bega Valley.
Club Bega is Bega’s premiere sports bar and lounge. Featuring regular entertainment, raffles, draws, TAB, Keno, sports channels and a courtesy bus from Wednesday to Saturday.
Our family restaurant is open seven days for lunch and dinner. With a wide range of Australian, Chinese and Thai meals, an outing at Club Bega Family Restaurant is sure to be outstanding and fun. The atmosphere is relaxed, the meals handmade and the service excellent.
82 Gipps Street, Bega NSW
Bega Valley’s indoor market. Displaying over 50 talented crafter’s and artisans from the Sapphire Coast. Handmade and designed with love at affordable prices.
The Bega Cheese Heritage Centre is a great place to explore the world of Bega Cheese. The centre offers visitors the chance to try our world famous cheese and to learn about the history of dairying and Bega Cheese in the Bega Valley. We sell Bega products as well as a wide range of Australian cheese. We also have a great range of souvenirs, farm-themed giftware, jams & honey.
If you are hungry, let our coffee shop entice you with great milkshakes, icecreams and a large range of homemade cakes. If it is lunch you are after enjoy a ploughman’s lunch or steak sandwich from our extensive menu. We are open 7 days from 9am until 5pm (on Anzac Day we open at 11am and we are closed on Good Friday and Christmas Day).
Bega Cheese Heritage Centre
11-13 Lagoon Street, Bega NSW
Situated 25kms north east of Bega on the Far South Coast of NSW, just 3 hours from Canberra and 6 hours south of Sydney, and just 40 minutes from the unspoiled beaches and lakes backed by beautiful coastal National Parks.
Come in from the coast where the wild things are. Brogo Dam has an extensive catchment running back into the magnificent Brogo Wilderness area. The waterways are pristine, with gorges rising 180 feet high in Nelsons Creek. The peaceful backwaters are a haven for local native birdlife – Sea eagles and swooping Azure Kingfishers & many more.
Imagine nothing to be heard but the sounds of piping bird calls and the splash of a paddle moving through still water. The canoe is the perfect vantage point to view the spectacular and colourful Water Dragons, Goannas, and shy Echidnas. The wildlife abounds. See the Rock Orchids clinging to sheer cliffs, (flowering in September). Contrast the rare Deua Eucalypt and Sandpaper Figs to the shady western cliffs with collections of leafy ferns and trailing vines.
Brogo Dam canoeing
For tranquillity and beauty its hard to beat…. bring a picnic lunch and choose from any number of secluded locations. One such site has the remnants of an original homestead, although all that now remains are a few stone-edged garden beds and a stand of tall trees once planted to shade and protect the homestead. Once built high on a hill above the river, the dam waters now ensure a water frontage.
To explore the beauty of the Brogo Dam and Brogo Wilderness from a more unique perspective, why not hire a fully equipped canoe from Brogo Wilderness Canoes.
Our canoes are safe stable “Canadians”. All safety gear, maps and instructions are provided. Explore forest gullies, take a picnic or stop wherever you desire.
Brogo Wilderness Canoes
Bega NSW 2550
The BVRG is a small regional gallery in south eastern New South Wales Australia. The gallery showcases contemporary Australian visual culture with up to ten exhibitions annually. In 2015 the gallery expands its footprint as the cultural outpost on Australia’s WILDERNESS COAST and will launch two project spaces within exciting new community developments.
The BVRG manages the collection of the Bega Valley Arts & Craft Society and the Shirley Hannan Trust. It also is a leader of artistic and cultural vision for the community and as such is heavily involved in the commissioning and maintenance of public art throughout the region.
The focus of the BVRG permanent collection is contemporary portraiture and landscape.
Bega Tennis Club inc. was established in the early 1900’s and now hosts 7 synthetic grass courts, a two storey club house and has a membership of over 200.
Bega caters for all tennis needs – social, competitions & coaching services. We have Social Night Competitions: Wednesday and Thursday nights 7.00pm, Ladies Competition: Thursday 9.30am and Inter-Club Competitions: Saturday 12.30am.
Coaching services available upon bookings throughout the week and court hire is available through LJ Hooker 02-6492-4300.
Bega Tennis Club
Carp St, Bega NSW
Our newly renovated Club Bega, is a leading club for social & competition bowls on the Sapphire Coast, visitors are made most welcome.
Wednesday and Saturday at 1.00pm. Names in by 12.30 pm
Thursday at 11.00 am. Names in by 10.30am
Business House Bowls
Back by popular demand now on Thursday and Friday Evenings. Why not wind down on a Friday evening with a game of barefoot bowls? Please contact Alan Geraghty (Gaitor) on 0499 302 677 for further details and to secure your spot.
82 Gipps St, Bega NSW