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Specialising in the Wine, Beer & Cheese of the
Southern Highlands & Canberra. Sales & Tastings.
Old Hume Highway, Berrima (next to the Post Office)
Ph: 0414 986 441
All the best in
BERRIMA'S NATURAL AUSTRALIA
Beautiful knitwear in fine Australian
merino, merino & cashmere,
merino & possum, merino & silk,
cotton & linens.
Labels include: Frasers ofArran, Merino Gold,Woolaby, Hedrena,Casaveen,
Sheer Bliss,Toorallie, Possumdown
Walk through to Berrima s Overflow
for discontinued line of top quality garments at bargain prices
OPEN 7 DAYS
BERRIMA: SHOP 1, ALPACA CENTRE, MARKET PLACE
(NEXT DOOR TO THE WHITE HORSE INN). 4877 1208
BERRIMA: 'THE LOFT', 116 OLD HUME HWY
(NORTHERN END OF BERRIMA) 4877 1598
BOWRAL: 3 GIBRALTAR HOUSE, BOOLWEY STREET
(TWO DOORS FROM THE L.J. HOOKER CORNER)
WHAT TO SEE AND DO?
• Village Markets -- 2nd Sunday of every month
• Warm up by the fire at The Black Swan
• Berkelouws rare bookshop -- picnic area
• Surveyor General Inn and pub
• Berrima Museum and Courthouse
• Berrima Gaol • Josh's Café
• Shopping along the quaint shopping strip
• Cafés and Restaurants • Mrs Oldbucks pantry
• Grab an ice-cream and head down to the
park with the kids
• Stroll through the antique shops
• See local crafts and art
• Alpaca Centre & The Bell Gallery
• Fine dining at Eschalot
• Visit Harper's Mansion and take the kids
through the Garden Maze.
September 25 to October 4, the exhibition will feature Chris'
love of historic buildings. She says her pictures reveal the
essence of the buildings, their personalities, peculiarities and
character. A keen gardener, Chris' collection will also include
her impressions of flowers and foliage.
There will be a talk and guided tour of the garden at 2pm
on September 30.
During the Wine, Art and Roses Festival throughout the
Wingecarribee Shire in November, Harpers mansion will
have a showing of works from:"Artists Without Studios",
with a chance to see artists painting outdoors, and view an
exhibition of their work in the house.
An exciting addition to the festival will be the first Wine
and Nosh food fair to be held in the gardens of Harper's
Mansion on Saturday and Sunday November 6 and 7.
Wine and Nosh will showcase the latest cool climate wines,
locally made cheeses, fruits, vegetables, jams, breads and
Entry to the gardens during the food fair is free, with a
charge in place for the food fair and maze. ■
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