The Bega Vallery Regional Gallery holds a collection of approx. 120 works of both histroic and contemporary significance. Artists include: Albert Nanatjira, Hilda Rix Nicholas and local artists Kathy Boland and Peter Dunne The Gallery is a member of The Regional Galleries Association of NSW with a permanent collection of high standard developed from locally based artists, supplemented by works on loan.
The Pioneers' Museum is situated in an old Hotel, built in 1858-9, with many rooms and outside exhibition areas, containing every aspect of early Bega - industries, military, machinery, transport, household effects and family histories. A collection of over 200 framed photographs of pioneers is one of the largest in New South Wales. A horse drawn ambulance in the back yard, built in Bega, was converted into a hawkers van and supplied goods to outlying families. There is also a large collection of military objects from the Boer War, World War One and World War Two.
At the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre experience and enjoy good old fashioned country hospitality. The Bega Cheese Heritage Centre is a faithful reconstruction of one of the first buildings on the Co-Op site (1899). The museum offers visitors the chance to see how dairying has shaped the culture of the Bega Valley. At the Centre you can taste different varieties of Bega cheese and purchase from their wide selection of Bega cheese as well as other local and Australian cheese. There is also a wide range of gifts and souvenirs. The coffee shop offers a selection of homemade meals and cakes. You can also enjoy a milkshake or ice cream on the veranda overlooking the neighbouring pastures.