Berry is a small Australian village in the Shoalhaven region of the New South Wales South Coast, located 145 km (90 mi) south of the state capital, Sydney. It has many historical buildings which are listed on the New South Wales Heritage Register. Berry attracts many tourists who come to enjoy the diversity of landscapes, including coastal beaches, rich dairy farming, and forested mountains. The village hosts a local Produce Market which is held twice each month on the second Saturday and fourth Sunday. Together with Kiama 25 km (16 mi) to the north, Berry acts as a gateway through to other towns and villages along the South Coast of NSW via the Princes Highway and the South Coast railway line. Major highway building projects in and around Berry have now bypassed the village, creating uninterrupted motorway conditions for coastal travel south to Nowra and the South Coast and north to Wollongong and Sydney. This has resulted in the removal of all but local and visitor traffic within the village. Planning is underway to create a pedestrian-friendly precinct in and around Queens Street (the main commercial street).

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Around Berry NSW 2535

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The Berry Markets

Two Figs Winery

Berry Produce Market

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Figlea Cottages

Mt Hay Retreat

Willow Farm Berry

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Location Information 

  • Population: 2,667
  • State electorate(s): Kiama
  • Federal Division(s): Gilmore
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.

Travel To  

Kiama NSW 2533 (23.5 km, 20 mins)
Nowra NSW 2541 (18.5 km, 25 mins)
Renmark SA 5341 (18.7 km, 16 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Berry NSW is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s. acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.