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Bega is a dairying town situated in the heart of a rich and fertile valley where the Bega and Brogo Rivers and the Princes and Snowy Mountains Highways meet. The heavily forested Brogo Ranges lie to the west of the river flats which stretch eastwards to the sea.

It is believed that the area was occupied by the Dyirringany Aborigines before white settlement. George Bass was the first European to explore the region after the survivors of the Sydney Cove walked through the area in 1797. Late that year Bass entered the Bega River at its ocean outlet and sailed upstream as far as Jellat Jellat.


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Local Council: Website

Distance & direction from Sydney: 424 Klms S SW

Population: 4,537 (approx)


New South Wales

Photos Courtesy Scott Westlake Photography