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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2011
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 23 Visit eight breath-taking properties open t o the public from 10am to 4pm daily during the four-day festival. There will be a diverse range of gardens, some with panoramic vistas of the distant pasturelands and the escarpment, and others on larger rural set tings. Light refreshments will be available in t wo gardens, while most gardens will be of fering plant s and/or ornaments for sale. Parking is available near all the gardens and should not present any problems. Wheelchair accessibility may be limited in some gardens. So why not enjoy the peace of the rreefflleeccttiioonnss ppoooollss and wwaatteerr ffeeaattuurreess, walk through courtyards and discover ssccuullppttuurreess, hidden gardens, productive fruit and vegetable gardens, exotic veget ation and seasonal flowering as well as a wide variety of trees and shrubs.There is so much to see and do in this scenic part of the Shoalhaven. Tickets and Garden’s brochure with map are available at each garden. Entry t o each garden is $5 or visit all eight for just $20. TTiicckkeettss oonn ssaallee aatt AAppeexx PPaarrkk aanndd aallll ggaarrddeennss. Children under the age of 15 are free wwwwww..bbeerrrryyggaarrddeennss..oorrgg..aauu bbeerrrryy bblloooom mss ffoorr sspprriinngg VViissiitt tthhee ooppeenn ggaarrddeennss 1. 20Tulloch Road, Broughton Vale - ‘Elizabeth Park’ 2. 116 Brought on Vale Road, Berry - ‘Oke’s Camellia Gardens’ 3. 60 Queen Street, Berry - ‘Belair’ 4. 13 Gwenda Avenue, Berry 5. C480 Princes Highway, Meroo Meadow - ‘Fairview’ 6. 18 Kentia Avenue, Berry 7. 11 Bundewallah Road, Berry - ‘Charlwood’ 8. 154 Bundewallah Road, Berry - ‘The Burrow’ IF YOU ENJOY THE PEACE AND TRANQUILLITY OF A BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED GARDEN,THEN TAKE THE TIME TO STROLL THROUGH THE STUNNING GARDENS AT THE BBEERRRRYY GGAARRDDEENNSS FFEESSTTIIVVAALL HELD OVER FOUR DAYS, OCTOBER 13-16. Berry I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose I would always greet it in a garden. Ruth Stout ‘‘ ’’ Albany Street Alexandra Street GUIDE Berry (PrincesHighway) Berry Bowling Club Prince Alfred Street To Nowra and Silos Estate Pub PO Ackroyd Opals Berry Village Boutique Motel Hedgehogs Cafe The Treat Factor y To Shoalhaven Heads & Coolangatta Estate & Two Figs Winer y Berr y Shoes & Accessories Candleberries Berry Community Craft Cottage BedBugz Cuckoo Corner Berry School of Arts QueenStreetAlbertSt SD Galler y Goldfish Gifts Apex Park T T Garden 7 8. 5. 6. 4. 3. HHeeddggeeHHooggss CCooffffeeee SShhoopp Open 7 days from 8am Shop 4, 98 Queen Street Berry (next to newsagent behind the hedge) Phone: 4464 3051 2107514 A 4-day garden festival spectacular OPEN 10am to 4pm daily For more information, brochure map etc. www.berrygardens.org.au or phone 4464 2563 / 4464 1191 Tickets are available at all Gardens & Apex Park ~ $20 for all eight gardens ~ $5 for individual gardens ~ Children under 15 free SSeeee eeiigghhtt bbeeaauuttiiffuull ggaarrddeennss sseett iinn bbrreeaatthhttaakkiinngg ccoouunnttrryyssiiddee ssuurrrroouunnddiinngg BBeerrrryy Beautiful gardens ... 2213218 Berry Gardens Festival OOCCTTOOBBEERR 1133--1166,, 22001111