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Quaama - Cities, Towns and Localities


Quaama Church

Quaama is a charming picturesque village from yesteryear with a relaxed and quiet lifestyle most people can only envy.
 

The village is located on a hill with wonderful views over Mumbulla Mountain and surrounds with a nearby creek that was once officially known as Mumbulla Creek. However this creek, usually dry was unofficially renamed Dry River by the locals and the name has stuck fast. Much like the blackberries that grow in and along the creek beds.

Quaama has a general store that operates as a Post Office, petrol station, newsagent, Commonwealth Bank, and local meeting place. Along the main street which used to be the Princess Hwy until a bypass was constructed back in the early 70's is the Quaama School of Arts. Built in 1902 this wonderful historic weatherboard building is still used for many functions and remains an important meeting place for the local community to gather and celebrate.

Quaama is probably the smallest settlement on the Sapphire Coast, with a public school, general store, church, cemetery, bush fire brigade, and a sense of community not found in most other townships.

Check out our listing of Sapphire Coast accommodation and South Coast 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.

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Quaama Attractions

Bees N Things
• 246 Upper Brogo Rd, QUAAMA • Ph: Ross & Marianne Riddett 02 6493 8217
• Lemonthyme' is a NASAA-certified organic fruit farm specialising in fruit preserves and lemon butter made using our organic eggs. Export quality honey and other bee products. 'Beekeeping for Beginners' courses run regularly. Please phone us before calling.
Brogo Bass Bash
• Brogo Dam - Brogo • Ph: Mark or Darren at Bermagui on 02 6495 2477
• Annual fishing event held 1st week of December on the Brogo Dam. Up to 20000 Bass fingerlings released each year with up to 50 dedicated anglers competing for the prize money, a great weekend out.
Fruit Ballad Winery
• 11 Verona Rd, QUAAMA • Ph: 02 6493 8382
• Boutique winery offers a new range of flavours and aromas produced from local peach, apple, plum, and pears. A wide variety of original fruit & herbal wines at the cellar door set amongst the orchards. 10am – 5pm, Wednesday to Sundays and public holidays. Sue Quittner.
Wombat Hill Organics
• 290 Quinlans Rd, QUAAMA • Ph: Rod Logan 02 6493 8512
• Commercial Organic Farm producing culinary herbs, vegetables and free-range eggs. Educational tours and individual farm tours by appointment.
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