Welcome to ReBoot in Bermagui


A week-end to run, refresh, relax and renew in beautiful Bermagui in  spring.

 ReBoot in Bermagui is held every year on the last week-end in September with 2016 event scheduled for Saturday September 24th and Sunday 25th September 2016.   

A week-end of active participation in a variety of activities in our beautiful coastal environment.

Check the 2016 program calendar on our FACEBOOK page from July 2016.

To view location Map with Reboot activities, click HERE

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View the 2015 ReBoot ProgramHERE


Search accommodation at visitbermagui.com.au HERE





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ReActivate Program:

Register HERE for the fun runs, swim and healthy Bermagui breakfast.  Adults can choose from 2 runs:

Camel to Club – approx. 7km starting at Camel Rock beach for approx 1.5km of beach (soft sand) running before meeting the Old Tilba Road and running the coastline route into town to Lamont Street opposite the Surf Club. Start time 9am Saturday 26th September. $30 per adult. Children under 13 FREE.

Tilba to Town – approx. 5.4km starting on the Old Tilba Road and continuing along the coastline route into town finishing in Lamont Street opposite the Surf Club. Start time 9.30am Saturday 26th September. $30 per adult . Children under 13 FREE.

Bridge to Beach – approx. 1km, a kids only (primary school age) run from the southern end of the bridge to Lamont Street opposite the beach and Surf Club.  Start time 9am Saturday 26th September. FREE of CHARGE.

Entry in the 2 adult runs also includes (optional) free entry in the Horseshoe Bay Point to Point ocean swim race on Sunday morning at 10am.

Entry in all runs includes a free, big and healthy breakfast at the Surf Club on Sunday morning.

Fun Run Participants Instructions >

View the 2014 results for Camel to Club and Tilba Rd to Town Fun Runs  HERE

View the 2015 results for Fun Runs HERE

View the 2015 Ocean Swim Results HERE.

ReJuvenate Health Clinic:

ReJuvenate your health and well-being while enjoying the ReBoot beachside health clinic.

Massage, reflexology, dietary analysis, naturopathy, kinesiology and Bikram yoga. Guided meditation session at 10.30am and Tai Chi info session at 11.30am. Also serving healthy food and drinks on the sunny outdoor deck.

To be held at the Bermagui Surf Club overlooking beautiful Horseshoe Bay, these are just some of the therapies available to help you be the best you can be this spring.

 Saturday 26th September from 10am to 2pm.

Bookings not required but for further information please EMAIL US.

Information on therapists and program for Rejuvenate Health Clinic HERE.

ReBoot Tug-O-War

A new ReBoot event for 2015, the ReBoot Tug-O-War Challenge is to be held on the grass area in front of the Bermagui Beach Hotel starting at 12.30pm immediately after the street Zumba session.
2 categories – male and female with teams of 6. Contestants must be 16 and over (but no older age limit!!!) $30 per team entry fee.  To enter a team and receive a copy of ReBoot Tug-O-War rules, please contact ReBoot in Bermagui BOOK HERE
Gather your friends and make up a team – cash and voucher prizes for winners and best dressed. Loads of fun – flex those muscles, show your strength and be part of this ReBoot event in 2015.

ReEnergise Program:

Select from a range of activities to suit all ages, fitness levels and taste including:

Saturday 26th September 2015

Tai Chi7am to 8am on the grass opposite the Bermagui Beach Hotel on Saturday and Sunday morning. All levels from beginners to advanced. Embrace the morning spring air in this stunning location with experienced Tai Chi instructor Rod from Sapphire Tai ChiBOOK HERE

Hot Bikram Yoga – extend your mind and body at Bikram Yoga with Amrei Newcombe, renowned as one of the best Bikram teachers in the world. Classes are on Saturday morning at 8am and Sunday morning at 10am at the Hot Yoga studio in Cobargo – 15 minutes from Bermagui. ENQUIRE HERE

Yoga – a great way to wind down after the run or other activities. Classes on Saturday and Sunday morning. Saturday 9am with Andy – venue is Bermagui Community Centre – Bunga St. BOOK HERE

Fun Run Cool Down Stretches – led by Amy and held in Lamont Street 10.15am after the fun runs finish. All welcome, no bookings required.

Zumba – held in Lamont Street at 11am after the runs are finished, the enthusiastic Kumi will lead us in this outdoor Zumba class. All welcome, no bookings required, just join in for the fun.

Pilates – at 12pm to 1pm.  Introductory class with Kumi but suitable for all. Venue is the Bermagui Community Centre in Bunga St – see map at top of page. Bring your own yoga/pilates mat if you have one. FREE but bookings preferred. EMAIL US

Kids Fishing12.30pm to 1.30pm, learn to fish from the expert Scotty from “fishbermi”. On the big jetty at the Fishermens Wharf.

ReBoot Tug-O-War Challenge – 12.30pm to 1.30pm  See above.

Guided Mountain Biking – 12.30pm with experienced mountain biker Nicole Holley. Meet at the Bermagui Mountain Bike track with bike and protective gear. Must have some experience. EMAIL US to book a place and further info.

SUP  – the Bermagui River is the perfect venue for the latest water activity craze. Graeme will guide you for a scenic paddle on the river on the stand up paddle boards. Sessions start at 8am Saturday and run on the hour until 11am – maximum of 10 people per session. Reduced rate of $10 per person. Bookings advised. EMAIL US

Guided Heritage Walk 1.30pm to 3pm – with Christine Bimson, a leisurely walk around the town section of Bermagui’s Heritage Trail starting at the Bermagui Fishermens Wharf and finishing at the Blue Pool.

Golf Lessons – Our resident Golf Pro, Chris Hearn, will run a free golf clinic – male and female, young and old – from 2pm to 3pm on Saturday afternoon. Assemble at the Pro Shop behind the Bermagui Country Club. All equipment supplied. Book on 6493 4657.

Barefoot Bowls4pm, also at the Bermagui Country Club. Assemble at the bowling greens for a late afternoon bowling session. No bookings required.

Sunday 27th September 2015

The Sunday morning action is centred at Horseshoe Bay Beach and the Surf Club.

Early Morning Boot Camp – 7 am  Assemble at the Blue Pool car park area for 45 minutes of energising activities with Amy Moyce from Love2BFit Bermagui. Reasonable fitness level required.  BOOK HERE    FACEBOOK PAGE

Sapphire Tai Chi – same place and time – 7 am on the grass opposite Bermagui Beach Hotel.BOOK HERE

SUP – continues at the Bermagui River. Sessions start at 8am Sunday and run on the hour until 11am – maximum of 10 people per session. Reduced rate of $10 per person. Bookings advised. EMAIL US

Healthy Bermagui Breakfast 8am to 11am Bermagui Surf Club – cooked by members of the Bermagui Chamber of Commerce. The breakfast is included in the Fun Run and Point to Point Swim Race entry fee. $10 for all others.

Boxing – with Amy and Kate on the headland outside the Surf Club at 8.30am – work up an appetite before breakfast or warm up for the swim! Limited places so  BOOK HERE    FACEBOOK PAGE

Point to Point Swim Race – an early spring ocean swim across Horseshoe Bay, commencing at 10am. Approximately 350 metres. If you have not entered as part of the fun runs, please BOOK HERE

Pilates – at 9.30am to 10.30 am.  Introductory class with Kumi but suitable for all. Venue is the Bermagui Community Centre in Bunga St – see map at top of page. Bring your own yoga/pilates mat if you have one. FREE but bookings preferred. EMAIL US

Badminton – 10 am to 2pm.  Join in anytime between 10 and 2pm at Bermagui Indoor Stadium, Bunga St Bermagui. FREE – just turn up in comfortable clothes and non-mark footwear – runners. Racquets provided.

Croquet – 10 am to 12.30 pm.  Demonstration game with setup area for you to try your hand at croquet. All gear supplied. Bookings preferred.EMAIL US

Yoga11am with Mary McLean. Venue is Bermagui Community Centre – Bunga St. BOOK HERE

Whale Watching Cruise  – 11.30 am on Fishbermi boat.  Leaving from Bermagui Fishermens Wharf  – northern jetty. What a way to spend a few hours – boating around the bay watching the whales (dolphins and seals are aslo often spotted)  BOOK HERE

Information on practitioners and facilitators HERE.