When you live somewhere as nice as we do, holidays aren’t a huge issue. I mean, tourists and travellers come to this region from all over the planet to enjoy its beaches, national parks, hills, mountains, rural landscapes, towns and villages – so why would you go somewhere else? So we tend to visit places that are local to us which gives us the opportunity to explore them a bit more than you would on a day-trip. And so last weekend Catherine, Josh and I travelled a couple of hours south of home to the coastal village of Bermagui. Located right at the northern end of the Sapphire Coast region, Bermi (as the locals call it) is the local centre for game-fishing charters and is blessed with amazing beaches, foreshore and landscape. I really enjoyed flying the drone – so much so in fact that I didn’t even take the Canon out of the bag – so here are my keepers from a beautiful mid-summer afternoon flying my Mavic 2 Pro in Bermagui.
Bermagui is a small holiday town on the south coast of New South Wales in Bega Valley Shire. The name is derived from the Dyirringanj word, permageua, meaning ‘canoe with paddles’. It’s a very laid back place and an awesome location to base yourself in when exploring this beautiful coastline.