Bega

 


Bega, in the South Coast/Sapphire Coast/Bega Valley of New South Wales, was first settled in the 1830's and became a well known area for dairy and cattle farming.

With a population of just below 5,000 people Bega is now known worldwide for the production of cheese with the Bega Cheese brand seen on almost every supermarket shelf in Australia and many overseas as well.

Bega is the central town for a very attractive and popular area for tourists and has landmarks such as the Bega Court House and Rosevear Jeweller's shopfront which are both listed on the Register of the National Estate.

Located 420 kilometres south of Sydney, 615 kilometres east of Melbourne and 225 kilometres south east of Canberra, Bega is a very pet friendly town with pet friendly accommodation in the form of cottages, caravan parks, holiday houses, motels and bed and breakfasts.

The Bega shopping centre is always busy but has a relaxed feeling as you wander from shop to shop. Pet related businesses in Bega include pet shops, vets, pet food, products, accessories and supplies outlets, boarding kennels and catteries, pet grooming and washing facilities, saddleries, horse riding and training ranches, pet photography and artists studios, pet transport operators, pet breeders, pet insurance agents and pet friendly dining venues.

Bega is a friendly and highly recommended destination if you are thinking of going away for the weekend or a week or more and Bega is a great place to stop off overnight if you are touring along the South Coast of New South Wales.
 

 

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