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A FLAT RATE APPLIES TO ALL WEEKEND STAYS / PEAK HOLIDAYS BASED ON 6 GUEST OCCUPANCY Experience the style and craftsmanship of yesteryear seamlessly infused with modern comfort, relax, indulge, retreat, entertain - whatever the goal of your escape 'Circa 1890' will accept your demands and deliver in style. Circa 1890 has free Wifi and smart TV - guests must have their own accounts to access. A FLAT RATE APPLIES TO ALL WEEKEND STAYS / PEAK HOLIDAYS BASED ON 6 GUEST OCCUPANCY
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A stylish self-contained cottage with a private verandah overlooking a delightful leafy garden. The cottage is set on an acre property with our main house separate and private from the cottage. Offers bedroom with a queen bed, private bathroom, living/dining space and basic kitchen utilities. Sleeps a maximum of 2 people. Available for a minimum of 2 nights. Safe car parking is available on the property. Ideally located in Berry, 5 minutes drive or 20 minutes walking distance to shops/cafes .
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Your guide to Berry
All About Berry
Nestled between pristine beaches and green rolling hills, two hours south of Sydney, Berry is a historic town that combines country hospitality with city style. You can browse its many boutiques and art galleries, sample local produce, and explore some of the region’s best bushwalks, cycle paths, and trail rides. Renowned as a foodie scene, Berry features acclaimed seafood restaurants, sourdough bakeries, a gelateria-chocolatier, and a whole host of cafes and tasty takeaway options. You’re also within striking distance of some of the South Coast’s best wineries to learn about Chardonnay, Shiraz, and other local grape varietals. Popular all year round, Berry offers a full calendar of events, including agricultural festivals, arts and crafts shows, and the monthly Berry Markets with over 200 stalls and an array of wares and produce.
How do I get around Berry?
Situated on the south coast of NSW, Berry is easy to reach. It’s less than a two-hour drive from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD) and well connected to Sydney by train and bus networks. It’s also possible to fly into Canberra Airport (CBR), around a 2.5-hour drive from Berry. Bus services run from Canberra to Berry and nearby towns. Once you settle into your apartment or holiday house, Berry is easy to explore without transport — although if you want to visit the coast or venture a little farther afield, a car is the best option.
When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Berry?
Offering a broad range of holiday rentals, Berry enjoys a reasonably temperate climate all year round. The town is popular with families and is often busiest during school holidays. While the summer is usually hot and humid, it’s also an excellent time to explore the coastline, which is just a ten-minute drive from the heart of town. Autumn and spring bring cooler temperatures for discovering the outdoors and for bushwalking, cycling, or picnicking. Winter can get quite cool in Berry, but this can also be a great time to be outdoors, visit the wineries, or browse the town’s many boutique shops and art galleries. Berry also offers a range of food and wine festivals, farmers’ markets, classes, and workshops throughout the year.
What are the top things to do in Berry?
Housed in a historic 1886 building, the Berry Museum offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the town’s colourful history and the industries that built this area. The museum has a rich collection of artifacts, photographs, and memorabilia donated by the local community, and it’s also the best place to learn about the area’s early Aboriginal people, the Wodi Wodi.
Drawing Room Rocks
Surrounded by nature reserves and Budderoo National Park, Berry offers a variety of walking trails to explore. One of the most popular is the Drawing Room Rocks walk in the Barren Grounds Nature Reserve, overlooking the Berry township. The walk takes around 2.5 hours and passes a natural sandstone formation that many say resembles a drawing room with tables and chairs.
Berry Country Fair
Whether you’re keen to learn a new skill, be entertained, admire local artisans, or pick up some new wares, Berry offers a wide range of events, workshops, classes, and festivals. One of the most popular is the Berry Markets, also known as the Berry Country Fair, with over 200 stalls selling arts, crafts, local produce, collectibles, plants and more. The popular event is held on the first Sunday of the month, except February, at the Berry Showground.