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5 ways to spend Easter in Berrima

Our guide to spending Easter in Berrima

With Easter fast approaching, Berrima is buzzing! Whether you’re a visitor keen to discover our pictureque village or a resident seeking holiday fun, we have an array of delightful activities and experiences awaiting you. Here are five fantastic ways to make the most of Easter in Berrima:

1. Indulge in Local Culinary Delights

Treat your taste buds to a culinary journey through Berrima’s renowned eateries. From cozy cafes serving delectable gourmet breakies & lunches to award-winning restaurants ( Eschalot Restaurant ) showcasing the best of regional cuisine, to a family friendly pub experience at the Surveyor General Inn there’s something to satisfy every palate. Experience the warmth of Berrima hospitality as you savour locally sourced ingredients and artisanal delights. More to try: Joshs Café , Baked In Berrima , Berrima General Store Café , Berrima Vault House, Magpie Café , Gumnut Patisserie
, The Courtyard Café.

2.Berrima Art Scene

A visit to Berrima’s White Wall Art Projects features thought-provoking exhibitions that push artistic boundaries is a must! Home to a dynamic collection of artwork by contemporary Australian and International artists curated by Creative Director, Thomas Bucich, the gallery presents and curates unique exhibitions, showcasing paintings, sculpture, photography and mixed media.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of contemporary and traditional art with a gallery visit. Michael Reid Southern Highlands is exhibiting ‘Country Style 2024 – Our Country’ (https://michaelreidsouthernhighlands.com.au/exhibition/country-style-2024-our-country/) with works by Jo White and Vicki Yatjiki Cullinan. Be sure not to miss their
Top tip: Concept Store, focused on carefully selected hand-made craftsmanship and Australian design.

3. Easter Treats!

On the hunt for some serious sweet indulgence? The Lolly Swagman is your ultimate destination for all things candy and confectionery this Easter. Step into a whimsical wonderland where nostalgia meets modern delights, offering a treasure trove of hard-to-find candies and Easter goodies. A visit to Mrs Oldbucks Pantry & Table is also a must Easter shopping stop with a delicious array of Easter fare on offer, including traditional Easter eggs, gourmet chocolates and giftware.
Top tip: Kids Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday at the The Surveyor General Inn . Starts at 3pm.

4. Enjoy Scenic Walks and Nature Trails

Surround yourself with the natural beauty of Berrima as you embark on scenic walks and nature trails. Wander along the peaceful banks of the Wingecarribee River, breathe in the fresh country air, and marvel at the breathtaking vistas of the Southern Highlands. Whether you’re seeking adventure or seeking solace, Berrima’s outdoor spaces offer the perfect escape.
Top tip: Catch a guided walking tour with Berrima Historic Walking Tours . Be guided by Berrima local Lynn Watson with an hour long tour of the village and discover the the rich history of Berrima village. Tours available for Friday 29th March & Saturday 30th March. Book here.

5. Enjoy a tipple

Take a short drive just outside Berrima to Joadja Estate , located within the former Joadja Town site, an old shale mining town dating back to the 1870s. The cellar door offers wine tasting experiences where you can sample a selection of premium wines while soaking in the picturesque countryside views. The perfect way to spend an afternoon with friends and family.
Top Tip: Joadja Estate is a family-friendy venue with a large outdoor play area for the kiddies and a giant chess set!

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