The Sea was wavering that day, creating contrasting textures in the waters of the Blue Pool -- and drenching my photographer friend who dared turn his back on The Deep!
Bermagui is located on Australia's South Coast, between the more touristed Batemans Bay and Eden, New South Wales.
Only a trickle of folk journey to this midpoint, leaving it for the fishermen and women to sail out a dozen miles offshore, to where the continental shelf drops. These are marlin waters. Made famous by the American angler and author, Zane Grey. Warmest in April and May. NB the winds will be chill.
Great in Summer to escape the crowds. Winter offers a cooler clime and wine cellar cafe in the newly built wooden 'Fisherman's Wharf' -- which also houses a fine dining restaurant.
Get up at dawn for a sunrise swim at the Blue Pool. Journey into the bush with a book. Book ahead for a deep sea fishing charter.
By AFAR Traveler
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