Berridale is a small town of 844 people in New South Wales and is the administrative centre of the Snowy River Shire in the Snowy Mountains, one of Australia's major inland tourism destinations. Berridale lies at 860 metres above sea level between the towns of Cooma and Jindabyne and 435 kilometres south of Sydney.
- Heritage Walk
During the year the Lions Club hold the Easter and Spring markets which draw a large crowd to the township. The Berridale Chamber of Commerce also holds a Christmas Twilight Market which proves to be very popular. The Heritage Walk is also popular with tourists and residents. The walk features many of the older parts of the town. Berridale also plays host to being a checkpoint during The Snowy Ride. The Snowy Ride is a motorcycle event run annually in the Alpine Region of NSW with the aim of involving motorcycle riders from all over Australia to raise money for Childhood Cancer Research. During Winter, Berridale's population swells as skiers and seasonal workers converge on the town as they make it their base for the winter ski season.