Flying

Flights are available from Melbourne or Sydney to Merimbula Airport with Rex Airlines. Car rentals are available at the airport.

Driving

Driving from Merimbula (35 minutes) – Head North along Sapphire Coast Drive to Tathra. Keep going North towards Bermagui until you reach the “Locality of Tanja”. Continue North until you see a right-hand turn signposted Haigh’s Road. There is also a large National Parks sign here for Bithry Inlet and Middle Beach. Follow Haighs road past the left-hand sign to Bithry Inlet. The second road on the right (also signposted as Haighs Rd.) is the driveway to Tanja Lagoon Camp. Drive through the Spotted Gums and Cycads Palms until you reach the lagoon-side Camp.

Driving from Canberra (3.5 hours) – Head South on the Monaro Highway to Cooma then on to the Princes Highway. Turn right towards Bega. The bypass will take you around Bega. Just after town, look for Kerrisons Lane on the left (sign posted for Kalaru / Tathra). Continue on to Tathra Rd and turn right. In Tathra, head North toward Bermagui until you reach the “Locality of Tanja”. Continue North until you see a right-hand turn signposted Haigh’s Road. There is also a large National Parks sign here for Bithry Inlet and Middle Beach. Follow Haighs road past the left hand sign to Bithry Inlet. The second road on the right (also signposted as Haighs Rd.) is the driveway to Tanja Lagoon Camp. Drive through the Spotted Gums and Cycads Palms until you reach the lagoon-side Camp.

Driving from Sydney (5.5 hours) Head South out of the city on the  Prince’s Highway. Continue to Bermagui. Just past the Fishermen’s Wharf,  turn right/south and follow the coast road for 30kms. Look for a left turn marked Haigh’s Road. There is also a large National Parks sign here for Bithry Inlet and Middle Beach. Follow Haighs road past the left hand sign to Bithry Inlet. The second road on the right (also signposted as Haighs Rd.) is the driveway to Tanja Lagoon Camp. Drive through the Spotted Gums and Cycads Palms until you reach the lagoon-side Camp.

Driving from Melbourne (7 hours) – Head East out of the city on the Princes Highway. Continue until you reach Merimbula. Directions from Merimbula above.