town in New South Wales, Australia

Berry is a town in Shoalhaven, NSW.

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Berry is both on the South Coast Railway Line, and the Princes Highway heading south. The main road heads right through the centre of town, and it quite a choke point at busy traffic times. The new bypass is scheduled to open in 2018, and should do a great deal to reduce through traffic in the town centre.

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If you're just interested in browsing the antique and craft shops, the town is easily walkable. Some of the surrounding land and hills are worth a scenic drive.

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  • Alexander Berry monument, 137 Queen St. A bust of the Scottish-born explorer Alexander Berry who established the first British settlement on the south coast of New South Wales.
  • Berry Museum, 135 Queen St, +61 2 4464 3097. Sa, 11AM–2PM. Su, 11AM–3PM.

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Self-Guided Walking Tours edit

The Berry & District Historical Society in conjunction with the Berry Chamber of Commerce and Tourism utilised technology and developed three interactive historical walks around the CBD, north side of the town and south side of the town.

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  • Souvenir shops, antiques and collectible shops.

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Berry has more than its fair share of eateries and cafes. There are several to choose from on the main streets and around the craft markets.

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