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About Berry – history & heritage, facilities and community groups

Berry is the first truly rural town south of Sydney, a mere two hour drive from the CBD. The town is renowned for its bucolic pastoral setting, but now it’s the shopping and the cafes which set it apart. As soon as you cross the bridge and glimpse the gorgeous rotunda set amongst trees in beautiful Apex Park you know this is a special place.

Berry is ‘the town of trees’ but could equally be known as ‘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 garden-lover’s dream and in summer you are just ten minutes from spectacular Seven Mile Beach and the national park. The town is steeped in history and the surrounding countryside is a treasure for bushwalkers and explorers alike.

Zonta Club of Berry

Community Groups

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Taking the Train from Sydney to Berry

Getting to Berry

Berry train station is located just a few minutes walk from the centre of town. Berry is on the South Coast Line, linking Berry to the Illawarra and Sydney....

Shoalhaven City Council

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Shoalhaven City Council is responsible for looking after public facilities and providing community services across the Shoalhaven, including Berry...

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Shoalhaven City Council

Shoalhaven City Council is responsible for looking after public facilities and providing community services across the Shoalhaven, including Berry...

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Celebrate Christmas in Berry

Berry Merry Christmas, Berry’s much loved annual event, will be held on Saturday 2nd December from 5pm. This year will mark the first year that

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The Berry Tea Shop – A Delightful Emporium of All Things Tea

Since opening The Berry Tea Shop, a delightful emporium of all things tea, in mid-2010, Cliff and Paulina Collier have noticed a curious thing: “People

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