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34 ❙ Winter 2010
A LITTLE PIECE OF ENGLAND HIDING IN THE
THE ORIGINAL SETTLER James Badgery named Exeter after
his childhood hometown.
Delightful English style gardens can be visited in spring and
autumn, with architectural styles ranging from weatherboard,
modern homes to historic stone churches.
The charming Village Store is the hub of Exeter. Friends
gather for coffee, post their mail, buy stationery, groceries
and gather for local gossip at the store before venturing out
for a genteel game of croquet or for a spell of horse riding.
The Brown Shutter is the place to stock up on all those
presents you need to give in the next year. Filled with
beautiful clothing, accessories, baskets, crockery and
fashionable goods, the Brown Shutter attracts everyone in
the mood to shop. This season's scarves, luxurious cashmere
throws and scarves, and gloves to keep the winter chill at
bay are the current most
The Black Swan is
an elegant dining
experience where good
wine and food go
hand in hand. Set in
an atmospheric 1840s
sandstone building, the
Black Swan's beautifully
decorated dining rooms
provide a delightful
feeling on every level. Full of character and charm exquisite
antiques, artworks and fresh flowers, the restaurant is the
same team behind the popular Magpie Café in Berrima.
Whatever you need you can find in Berrima. Take your
time and stroll with the family through each outlet savouring
everything this wonderful village has to offer.
Specialising in the Wine, Beer & Cheese of the
Souther n Highlands & Canberra. Sales & Tastings.
Old Hume Highway, Berrima (next to the Post Office)
Ph: 0414 986 441
All the best in
Open weekends, most
10.30am to 4.00pm.
Other times by
Hire for functions
events, weddings and
office garden parties.
Historic 1834 National Trust colonial Georgian house,
lovely strolling Garden and unique maze.
National Trust Shop.
Wilkinson St, Berrima
For information (02) 4877 1508 or
Which famous seed merchant
established his market garden
on the fertile soils of Exeter?
ANSWER: ARTHUR YATES was the famous seed merchant
established in Exeter.
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