The Bermagui Fishermen’s Co-op operates 3 wharves in its harbour. They offer both permanent and temporary berthing to vessels of all sizes in one of the safest harbours on the south coast.
Our wharves all have power, both 3 phase and 240 volt, water, distillate and shower and toilet facilities.
As well as this the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf is situated just metres from the wharves with restaurants, cafes, gift shops, art gallery, wine bar and fresh fish and chips.
With an easy entrance to the harbour vessels drawing up to 7 foot can easily enter the harbour on low tide.
The O’Shea Wharf is a floating pontoon wharf located on the western side of the harbour.
The main unloading wharf is a fixed wharf located in the centre of the harbour. The wharf is used by the fishermen to unload their catches as it leads straight into the co-op.
The Mooring wharf is also a fixed wharf located on the eastern side of the harbour.