The gardens of Berry’s historic Courthouse building are a delightful and quiet place for a picnic – a real locals’ secret. The ornamental pear trees provide leafy shade in summer and glorious colours in autumn, and there are winding paths to explore through the garden beds to one side of the building.
Berry’s Courthouse was designed by architect James Barnett, and built in 1890-1891. It is also available for hire as a wedding or event venue.
The Courthouse is located on Victoria Street, near the intersection with Albany Street, a few minutes walk from the commercial centre of Berry. Street parking is available on Victoria and Albany Streets.
Note that the Courthouse gardens and toilets are not open to the public if an event is taking place.
For more information visit the Berry Courthouse website.
Yes. Dogs must be kept on a lead in the gardens.