Today Susan and I decided to go on a bit of a day trip to a couple of small townships. I must admit we did get ourselves slightly lost (talking to much I am thinking) so we decided just to keep driving and see where we ended up. After leaving Eden we stopped at Merimbula for a little shopping. Merimbula is a town where I have camped on many occasions with my ex husband when my kids were little. It holds a lot of good and sad memories for me, so it was good to be there with Susan to see it with different eyes. Then it was onto Bega - known for it's yummy "Bega Cheese". We drove a little further north to Cobargo and then we headed east toward the coast and the delightful township of Bermagui where we had a yummy feed of the very freshest fish. Bermagui is a very nice township with a really good feeling about it. One of the tourist attractions in Bermagui is the saltwater "Blue Pool" that would be a very refreshing place to go for a swim and hang out on a nice warm day - today was just a little to chilly.
Bermagui's "Blue Pool"
Then it was onto Tathra where the "Historic Steamer 1862 Wharf" is located.
Tathra Historic Wharf
We then headed on the road back to Eden for a nice relaxing evening with my boy - Shane. Tomorrow we might try and find the towns we couldn't find today.