Visit historic Cobargo, an Australian working village, brimming with artisan culture and surrounded by the natural beauty of the Far South Coast

Cobargo, located in the state of New South Wales, Australia, is a small town nestled in the scenic countryside of the Bega Valley. With a population of approximately 776 residents, it exudes a charming and close-knit community atmosphere. Cobargo is situated about 17 kilometers inland from the stunning New South Wales coastline, providing residents and visitors with easy access to both picturesque beaches and the beauty of the surrounding natural landscapes.

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Eat & Stay

Treat your tastebuds, then unwind and relax in Cobargo.


Discover unique finds at Cobargo’s vibrant local shops and boutiques.

See & Do

Explore Cobargo’s rich heritage and vibrant outdoor activities.

Local Services

Find essential services and trusted professionals in vibrant Cobargo.


Experience Cobargo’s community spirit at diverse local events and festivities.


DA Approved for Resilience Cobargo

The Development Application to construct the Cobargo Bushfire Resilience Centre has just been approved by BVSC This is the first...

Well done Cobargo Hotel-Motel

Well done Cobargo Hotel-Motel a finalist in the Bega Valley business awards, a great achievement for David and Bronwyn Allen...

Cobargo Tourist & Business Association

The association is comprised of businesses operating in the local vicinity, aiming to empower community and inspire progress for the interests of local businesses and the overall local community & economy. Membership entails an annual fee that supports the Cobargo Tourist and Business Association’s various initiatives. The Executive Committee & members convenes on a monthly basis to address a range of projects and matters that have an impact on local businesses.

The Cobargo Tourist and Business Association recognises Aboriginal people as the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Bega Valley Shire. We are honoured to live and work on the ancestral lands of the Yuin Nation and acknowledge and pay respect to Custodians and Elders, their unbroken ties to country and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.