Hugging the South Coast of Australia, a mere two hours from the busy city of Sydney, sits Cuttagee. Right between Baragoot Beach and Cutagee Lake, this little town offers a wide variety of landscapes to satisfy every traveller. Just five minutes from the quaint and charming Berry, Cuttagee is the ideal getaway for a couple or a family.
As visitors travail the aptly named Grand Pacific Drive, they are treated to a wide array of terrain from spectacular ocean views to intriguing bushlands, cozy valleys to the majestic Berry Mountains and even an endangered rain forest. Cuttagee itself overlooks the luscious green countryside of the South Coast. Cuttagee accommodation is centrally located to seafood restaurants, bistros and so much more.
Cuttagee Plant And Animal Life
Surrounded by Wallaga Lake National Park and Bermagui State Forest, Cuttagee is a wonderland for plants and wildlife, many of whom are endangered. See the statuesque spotted gum trees, grandiose coastal mahogany trees, stunning banksia flowers and interesting burrawong nuts as they grow in their natural habitat. Bird watchers and dolphin lovers enjoy seeing these fantastic creatures at play. Gaze as Pacific whales strut their stuff, and watch carefully for a glimpse of the lorikeets and cockatoos. Kangaroos, wombats and duck billed platypus are often seen frolicking about in the area.
The Cobargo Train Cafe and Restaurant serves fresh, delightful cafe lunches in a fun and interesting rail car. At Biaminga National Park, see how the Indigenous landowners preserve the environment and remember their spiritual past with sacred places among bushlands and waterfalls. Visit Wallaga Lake National Park to indulge in a fishing expedition among ancient middens from the original Aborigines people who have lived in the area for thousands of years. Surf at Baragoot Beach or sample local wines by Mimosa Winery.
Places To Visit Near Cuttagee
Cuttagee holiday rentals are just a short trip from Albion Park, home of the Hars Aircraft Museum and Jamberoo water park, a favorite destination for the kids. Area beaches offer sunning, surfing, swimming, fishing, and even more relaxation. See the famous Blowhole and a fabulous lighthouse at Kiama or enjoy the charming town of Berry, where shops and restaurants still use many of the original buildings built in the 1800's. Hit the markets in Gerringong for local produce and wares or venture to Sea Cliff Bridge and tour some lovely old sea towns like Thirroul, Austinmer and Coledale.
Where To Stay In Cuttagee
South Coast accommodations in Cuttagee include convenient two bedroom homes on a breathtaking property, ideal for a couple needing a romantic getaway. Larger groups and families can take advantage of a roomy four bedroom property which boasts multiple private balconies, a modern kitchen and living area and is located right on the beach. Dine on the deck as waves pour in and rest up for the next adventure in spacious bedrooms. Some accommodations also welcome four-legged travellers, making it truly a trip for the entire family to enjoy.