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Cobargo - Cities, Towns and Localities
Cobargo was once known as Wattle town because of the wattle bark industry that had sprung up in the region due to the abundance of the plant in the area. The trees were stripped of their bark then it was sent to Sydney and Melbourne for use in the tanning industry, the industry continued on until 1964 when more efficient method of producing these tannins was invented.

Cobargo

Just 386 km south of Sydney, situated on the Princes Highway north of Bega, Cobargo is a bustling rural community, with it’s array of shops and amenities that specialise in such things as pottery, handcrafted woodwork, antiques, jewellery and assorted country arts and crafts. You can also enjoy great homemade country baking at a variety of food outlets, including restaurants and cafes. One of the cafes is situated inside an old red rattler train from Sydney's rail network, tastefully restored to offer an unusual commuting experience.

In July, Cobargo has it’s traditional craft day, where local crafts people share their self-sufficient traditions dating back to the 1860’s.

You can make Cobargo your base, by which you can visit the surrounding townships and countryside. To the east is Bermagui, an angler’s delight. To the north just 19 km away is Tilba, a historic gold mining, dairy and cheese town. To the immediate south is Quaama and further is Bega.

Check out our listing of Cobargo accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Bega Visitor Information Centre

Sapphire Coast Tourism

Wadbilliga National Park
• With rugged mountain ranges, wide plateaus, deep river valleys, wet sclerophyll forest, heathland, bogs and pockets of rainforest. Must see are Tuross Falls and the Tuross River Gorge, both are on the western side of the park. A great park to enjoy lengthy walks, with camping area at Lake Creek, by the Wadbilliga River. Contact the Narooma office of the National Parks and Wildlife Service for information, Ph: 02 4476 2888.

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Cobargo Events

• New South Wales Events
Cobargo Folk FestivalCobargo Folk Festival
• Yuin Folk Club, COBARGO NSW 2550
• Ticket Enquiries, Promotion & General Information • Ph: 02 6493 6758 • Email
• February
• Annual folk festival run by The Yuin Folk Club. The Cobargo Folk Festival is one of the best festivals in New South Wales, with top Australian and International folk artists appearing each year and is popular with locals, tourists and folk music lovers.
Cobargo Laneway Markets
• Ph: 02 6493 7272 • Email
• Every Saturday from 9 am till 1 pm
• An initiative of the Cobargo Creators.

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Cobargo Other Links

• Cobargo Community/Local Government Links
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