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BERRIMA'S NATURAL AUSTRALIA
Beautiful knitwear in fine Australian
merino, merino & cashmere,
merino & possum, merino & silk,
cotton & linen.
Labels include:Frasers of Arran, Merino Gold,Woolaby, Hedrena,Casaveen,
Scott & Castle,Walnut Hill,Sheer Bliss,Toorallie, Possumdown, Merinomink,
Kuru and Lothlorian
Walk through to Berrima s Overflow
for discontinued lines of top quality garments at bargain prices
OPEN 7 DAYS
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?
• Berrima Museum (open weekends only)
• Mrs Oldbuck's pantry
• Berrima Courthouse
• Historic Surveyor General Inn and Pub
• The Bell Gallery
• Browse the many antique shops
• Fine dining at Eschalot Restaurant
• Special winter fashions at the Alpaca Centre
• Visit Harper's Mansion and take the kids
through the garden maze
stone walls and corridors of the Inn, or from the welcoming
beer garden or verandah.
Mrs Oldbuck's is a legend in the town. A delightful store
to visit, with a wide range of delicious jams, preserves and
gourmet products, the shop bulges with products to suit the
most discerning of palates.
On Sundays you can visit Blair for a tea-leaf reading and
enjoy a cup of tea from the exciting range of leaved teas
from around the world. Bookings for tea leaf readings are
advised. Gift hampers and an online mail order service are
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.
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.
did you know?
The St Francis Xavier Catholic Church Berrima was
consecrated 160 years ago by Archbishop John Bede
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