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Broughton Vale

Broughton Vale, just off Woodhill Mountain Road, is five minutes drive from Berry, its nearest township. It is well known for its bed and breakfast accommodation and the impressive Oke's Camellia Gardens, open every weekend from March to September. Broughton Vale's beautiful scenery makes it an ideal location for a lovely weekend getaway.

Broughton Vale: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Muir House Art Gallery

The historical Muir House Gallery is located in the township of Berry. Muir House has a wide range of local arts and crafts on display and for sale.

Every fourth Sunday of the month Muir House has an Art and Craft Open Day where artist from around the area gather and demonstrating their painting techniques, local writers also attend, and general arts and crafts on display.

Gallery art space available for hire.

10 Prince Alfred Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.1K from Broughton Vale

Precinct Galleries and Flying Pig Precinct

The Precinct Galleries hold contemporary Australian sculpture, objects, functional and contemporary art, with exhibitions changing regularly.

Flying Pig Precinct offers familiar but different furniture, lighting, mirrors, paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, art for outdoors, ceramics, leather, porcelain, jewellery, vases, wooden boxes, ikebana supplies and contemporary glass.

Precinct Galleries is located in the main shopping block, at Berry. Look out for the old building with a veranda onto the street. It's painted the colour of the Illawarra flame tree (red/orange) with a dark purple shopfront.

12-14 Alexandra Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.2K from Broughton Vale

Berry Historic Museum

The Berry Historic Museum is a great place for those interested in local history, with a visit to the museum proving very rewarding. Housed in the old ES and A Bank, there are records of early settlement in the Berry district.

The Berry Museum has an extensive collection of items, memorabilia, photographs and records donated by the local community. These relate to the area's agricultural, dairying, and timber past. Lots of photographs of people, place,s and activities are on display.

Guided and self completing tours are available and a 'please do touch room' for children.

Bookings required for guided tours.

135 Queen Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.2K from Broughton Vale

Broughton Antiques

Broughton Antiques, established in 1985, is situated in one of Berry's heritage buildings. They offer an extensive range of antiques, furniture and collectables. Specialising in quality Victorian and Edwardian furniture, much of which is privately sourced together with a selective range of porcelain, silver and fine estate jewellery.

If you are considering selling they can help discuss the pre-sale estimate of your item or collection. You can email images for comment. They can provide a verbal valuation / appraisal just by visiting Broughton Antiques in Berry.

To contact a valuer, or to submit images, please email Broughton Antiques.

118 Queen Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.3K from Broughton Vale

Berry Community and Activity Centre

The Berry Community and Activity Centre have a wonderful display of handmade crafts in wood, wool and material all made locally. Saleable products of jams, relishes and pickles made from organically grown vegetables are also a feature.

Also pop into Muir House next door, for an exquisite range of work by local artisans.

Berry is famous for its gardens, trees, arts and crafts, antiques and markets.

Berry also boasts some fine early architecture with various buildings, some beautifully restored, protected by their National Trust Classification in recognition of their significance to the heritage of the region.

12 Prince Alfred Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.3K from Broughton Vale

Broughton Vale: Events

Berry Produce Market

Berry Produce Market is held twice a month on the second Saturday and fourth Sunday from 8am to 2pm. It is a boutique-style market nestled among the Berry shops in the park behind the newsagent in Queen Street.

Fresh fruit, vegetables, and local eggs are always available, along with a large selection of plants - herbs, seedlings, fruit trees, shrubs, proteas, organic fertilisers and much more. Other stalls offer a variety of handmade and specialty items from jams and sauces to cupcakes, soaps, and herbal remedies.

With a beautiful atmosphere and new things to discover regularly, the little market in the park in Berry is a worth a stop!

Event Dates
      8th Apr
      23rd Apr
      13th May
      28th May
      10th Jun
      25th Jun
      8th Jul
      23rd Jul
      12th Aug
      27th Aug
      9th Sep
      24th Sep
      14th Oct
      22nd Oct
      11th Nov
      26th Nov
      9th Dec
      24th Dec

102 Queen Street,
Andrew Place Park
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.3K from Broughton Vale

Berry Gardens Festival

There is so much to see and do in this scenic part of the Shoalhaven. Why not plan ahead for a special weekend at a beautiful time of the year, when the beach crowds are not there and the countryside and its flowers are at their most bounteous?

Visit the beautiful large gardens open in Berry and surrounds.

Headquarters are located at Apex Park, Berry. Share in the pleasures of the beautiful festival gardens.

Parking is available near all the gardens. Wheelchair access may be limited in some gardens. Refreshments will be available at two of the gardens. Pets are not permitted in the gardens.

Event Dates
      12th Oct
      13th Oct
      14th Oct
      15th Oct

Various locations around Berry
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.4K from Broughton Vale

Berry Camellia and Floral Show

The Annual Berry Camellia and Floral Show attracts a large number of visitors to see the exquisite camellias, cut flowers, pot plants and decorative displays exhibited at the Berry School of Arts. The 2016 Show will be the 54th in Berry!

In addition, an amateur photography competition is also conducted for the following categories - A single camellia bloom with or without bud and camellias in a landscape.

The official opening and presentation of trophies will be made at 12.30pm on the Saturday.

Light lunch and afternoon tea available from noon to 4pm.

Alexandra Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.4K from Broughton Vale

National Motoring Heritage Day Berry

National Motoring Heritage Day is a tribute to Australia's Motoring Heritage. The theme this year features Italian Marques Motor Vehicles and Motorcycles.

Shoalhaven Historic Vehicle Club welcomes all owners of Vintage, Historic and Classic vehicles to gather and enjoy this day which occurs Australia wide.

The program includes CMC judges, for which car clubs and individuals are welcome.

Displays of Vintage, Historic and Classic cars and motorcycles, Model T Fords, Jaguar E Types, Vintage Rolls Royces, Chevrolets, Buicks, Chryslers, MG's, Austins, all the classics of all ages. Plus old, classic or heritage racing cars, all while enjoying the catering and coffee available.

A Feast for your Eyes!

Car Clubs and Private Entries - Secure your place on the Showground

Register on Shoalhaven Historic Vehicle Club's website .

Car Clubs - tickets available until the March 31, 2017.

Late Club entries and Individual/Private Entries may register and pay at the gate.

All are welcome! Come and enjoy a relaxing day or make a weekend of it in beautiful Berry!

Event Dates
      21st May
      21st May

Corner Victoria and Alexandra Streets,
Corner of Victoria Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.5K from Broughton Vale

Berry Celtic Festival

Take the whole family and plan for a great day out at the annual Berry Celtic Festival.

Commencing with a street parade through Berry, many pipe bands will combine with the Clans, vintage cars and proceed to the Showground.

A non-stop program will follow. Each pipe band will perform interspersed with Irish and Scottish singing and dancing. A highlight of the day will be the Highland Warriors, with their feats of strength, lifting the huge stones and tossing the caber.

Many clans will be in attendance for anyone wishing to get information regarding their ancestral Celtic background.

You can also take advantage of the colourful stalls selling food, coffee, ice-cream and Celtic merchandise.

The Berry Celtic Festival is unique to the South Coast but fits in well with the history of the area, as many Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Cornish were early settlers.

Alexandra Street
Berry, NSW, 2535

Located 2.5K from Broughton Vale

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