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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2011
Berry 20 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au The leafy picturesque village of Berry is a magical place during Autumn.Set amongst rolling green hills with the backdrop of the stunning Cambewarra range, for its cafés, antiques and boutique shopping. As soon as you cross the bridge and glimpse the gorgeous rotunda set amongst roses and camellias in the beautiful Apex Park, you will know this is a special place. The town and the just waiting to be explored. Enjoy Berry's vibrant offering everything from fresh local produce and handmade arts and crafts to trinkets, clothing and artworks. Berry's famous Country Fair is on the first Sunday each month and you can also pick up a bargain at the Berry Flea Market on the third Sunday. The invite you to their exhibition and sale , at Muir Cottage in Berry - a great chance to pick up some wonderful woolies. Visit the local wineries set in scenic country vistas -- and sip t award winning wines. On the wine lovers can be part of the -- see all the exciting details pages 16-19. One weekend in Berry will not be enough! with its 60 boutique villas, offers a retirement lifestlyle to be envied. Be part of a 'Village' c ommunity living in luxurious villas, in beautiful gardens sur rounded by security gates for your safety. The hub of the village is where people can meet to chat or enjoy the recreational opportunities. Boasting an intimate lounge, fireplace, large private function room and games room, there is also a heated pool, table tennis and indoor bowls. The Grange was awarded the Masters Builders Association in addition to the Housing Industry Association award for the Best Special Purpose Housing. abo tq st batb rr Albany Street Alexandra Street GUIDE Berry (Princes Highway) Berry Bowling Club Prince Alfred Street To Nowra and Silos Estate Pub PO Ackroyd Opals Berry Village Boutique Motel Hedgehogs Cafe The Treat Factory To Shoalhaven Heads & Coolangatta Estate & Two Figs Winery Berry Shoes & Accessories Candleberries Berry Community Craft Cottage BedBugz Cuckoo Corner Berry School of Arts Queen Street Albert St SD Gallery Goldfish Gifts One Wise Owl T T The Berry Garden club will present the at the Berry School of Arts on Saturday and . Last year over 1400 exquisite camellia blooms were entered along with cut flowers and pot plant s. A camellia and plant clinic will also oper ate at selected times. A small admission with - pr oceeds donated to loc al charities. Light lunch and afternoon tea available from noon to 4pm at the Berry School of Arts. For more inf o batcamaso sho stroll historic berry Handmade • Homemade Treasures 12 Prince Alfred St, Berry 4464 2500 All proceeds to commu ity & c arity Open 7 Days: 10am 4pm Berry Community Craft Cottage 2097885 A BOUTIQUE LIFESTYLE Free Call 1800 005 922 • Boutique Over 55's Estate • Short walk to Cafes and Shops • Close to train & bus services • Enjoy Berry's vibrant community atmosphere The Grange at Berry e: email@example.com 22 Victoria Street, Berry w: www.thegrangeatberry.com.au 2097889 HedgeHogs Coffee Shop Open 7 days from 8am Shop 4, 98 Queen Street Berry (next to newsagent behind the hedge) Phone: 4464 3051 2107514