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  1. Surveyor General Inn

    A visit to Berrima is not complete without a visit to the Surveyor General Inn. The Surveyor General offers travellers a unique place to visit, refresh themselves, and enjoy the historic feel of one of Australia's...

  2. Bay Tree Gallery

    The Bay Tree Gallery provides an opportunity to promote local artists and their work while at the same time providing a unique shopping experience.The Bay Tree Gallery has two gallery areas. The...

  3. Berrima District Museum

    The Berrima District Historical Society Museum is housed in an historic weatherboard cottage. The museum's collection includes an array of artefacts from the Southern Highlands. See the remains of the German...

  4. Berrima

    It's time to delve into the past and Berrima is just the village to visit. Home to Australia's oldest continually licensed Inn - the Surveyor General, amazing colonial sandstone buildings, (one which houses Eschalot,...

  5. The Loch Barn

    Guests of The Loch stay in a beautifully appointed country retreat. Fully self-contained and suitable for up to eight family and friends.The beautifully appointed en suite suites offer luxurious...

  6. Berrima Heritage Walk

    Berrima was established in the 1830s during a time of great exploration and expansion in New South Wales. In 1829 surveyor general Major Thomas Mitchell camped near the site of the present bridge over the...

  7. Book Barn Cottage

    Formerly the gatekeeper's residence, the Book Barn Cottage is a beautiful, spacious, fully self-contained cottage. Refurbished in contemporary style, this two-bedroom weatherboard darling exudes warmth, ambience and...

  8. Berrima Courthouse

    The Berrima Courthouse is the centrepiece of the historic village of Berrima, which was established in the 1830s during an era of great exploration, as the expansive state of New South Wales underwent massive change...

  9. Mrs Oldbucks Pantry

    Mrs Oldbucks Pantry of Berrima is an established business in operation for over 30 years, specialising in preserves, teas and fine foods. A visit to Berrima would not be complete without spending time in Mrs...

  10. Settlers Hut

    A relocated and restored 1840s colonial cottage. The Settlers Hut is situated in the historic village of Berrima and offers a cosy and intimate getaway for two people overlooking the Wingecarribee River where platypus...

  11. Berrima Retreat

    Luxury Group Accommodation for up to 38 guests in the Southern Highlands featuring Acreage, Activities Building and Games Room, Gymnasium, Pool, Kangaroo Jumper / Pillow Cushion, Family friendly.Perfect for...

  12. Tasting Room at The Loch

    Every Sunday Brigid Kennedy, chef and owner of The Loch opens the doors of the Tasting Room where you can indulge in the ultimate paddock to plate experience. The irresistible menu changes fortnightly to...

  13. The Brown Shutter

    Locate at the northern end of Berrima, The Brown Shutter offers an adventure for all shoppers with a large range of gift ware including home wares, educational toys, teddies, clothing and jewellery...

  14. Bendooley Estate Book Barn

    Once a hayshed, the iconic Book Barn forms the centrepiece of the historic Bendooley Estate. Surrounded by picturesque paddocks, this unique building houses thousands of new, second-hand, rare and...

  15. Harpers Mansion

    High on the hill overlooking the historic colonial village of Berrima is Harper's Mansion. The 1834 two storey brick house proudly sits in a couple of acres of fine cool climate gardens. The House has been...

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