Berry, in Shoalhaven, with its historic buildings and leafy surrounds, is a delightful village to visit year-round. In the past few years, Berry has become a refuge for Sydneysiders seeking fresher air and a less hectic lifestyle. The town has all the essential ingredients of city living, including attractive accommodation, arts, craft and design outlets and slick restaurants and cafes.
Berry is ‘the town of trees’ or ‘the town for all seasons’. In autumn the trees turn gold and amber in a magnificent display, in winter the cool crisp air lures you to a welcoming fire, in spring the gardens are a nature-lover’s dream and in summer you are just ten minutes from spectacular Seven Mile Beach and the national park. Bushwalkers and explorers alike are sure to enjoy the beautiful countryside surrounding this historical town.
You’ll take great pleasure in Berry’s idyllic rolling countryside, gardens, music and wine. Come enjoy a tart at the famous Sourdough Bakery or have a coffee at the Grapefruit Cafe.
You are also sure to enjoy the popular Berry Country Fair which is held on the first Sunday of every Month (except in February) at the Berry Showground and the Berry Flea markets are held on the third Sunday of the month at the Great Southern Hotel.
Nearby, Shoalhaven’s Jervis Bay, Huskisson and Nowra are well worth a visit.
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