On the last night of our long weekend away in Bermagui, I resisted the urge to photograph the sunset at one of the famous local rock formations and instead stayed in town. There was some high cloud about and a little bit of colour and I enjoyed flying the drone over the water and then wandering around the various lookouts with my DSLR.
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.