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Jamberoo Action Park

Jamberoo Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533

Jamberoo is NSW's biggest fun park and there's a heap of fun and entertainment to be had. Think water thrills and spills, a massive wave pool, speed slides, rock jump, racing cars, the famous mountain toboggan…….and that's not even half of it.

The new ride'The Taipa is the park's new high thrill ride and not for the faint-hearted.
It's the first ride of its type in Australia - consisting of two giant slides that are totally in the dark! You will descend into a disorienting world of darkness with a terrifying ride of drops, twists and turns. You'll be bitten and back for more!
This world of fun for kids and kids-at-heart is only just over an hour south of Sydney and an easy day trip. The entry fee covers all rides, all day - it's all included. Bring your own food for a relaxed picnic in the beautiful scenic grounds - or choose from the wealth of tasty food outlets on site.
So bring your swimmers and the sunscreen and take on The Taipan, scream down The Toboggan and Hang Ten in the Wave Pool. Can you control the action in just one day?

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The Beach and Bush Gallery and Cafe

Kiama Lighthouse Rd, Kiama NSW 2533
The Beach and Bush Gallery and Cafe has superb views of the ocean. They are open seven days for breakfast, lunch and functions. The Beach and Bush Gallery and Cafe is located on Blowhole Point next to the Kiama Visitors Centre. Bring your
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Boolarng Nangamai - Aboriginal Art and Culture Studio

Unit 5/9 Bergin Street, (formerly known as Miller and Nelson Streets), Gerringong NSW 2534

The Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Art and Culture Studio is actively participating in a hands on approach to reconciliation in Australia. Come and observe Aboriginal artists at work. The studio is dedicated to Aboriginal cultural awareness featuring artworks, weaving, painting, drawing, tool making, bush toy making, dance, didgeridoo playing, storytelling, Aboriginal art consultancy and Aboriginal sites consultancy. The bush foods and medicine garden offers visitors a first hand look at available bush foods. A range of packaged bush tucker, handmade woven objects and artwork is available to purchase.

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The Schoolhouse

2 Victoria Street, Gerringong NSW 2534

The historic old schoolhouse has a new lease on life. Just about everything you taste at The Schoolhouse is made using whatever is flowering and growing in the fields and forests nearby. The teas are grown organically at Foxground. Cheese is made on-site using the freshest, pasture-fed local milk. Enjoy high tea, cheese for two or a private tasting function by appointment. Savour the flavours of the South Coast - you won't be disappointed!

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Jamberoo Golf Club

Allowie Street, Jamberoo NSW 2533

Jamberoo Golf Club is just 30 minutes south of Wollongong, nestled in the lush, green Jamberoo Valley and embraced by Hyam's Creek and the Minnamurra River. Not a long course at 4,842 metres, par 67, but to play well demands accuracy and strategy. With stunning rural, bush and mountain views, some 96 native bird species identified on course, friendly Eastern Water Dragons and other abundant wildlife, Jamberoo Golf Course is the natural place to play.

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Berry Historic Museum

135 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535

The Berry Historic Museum is a great place for those interested in local history and a visit to the museum will prove very rewarding. Housed in the old E.S. 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, places 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.

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Bonaira Native Gardens

Via Reid Street or Bonaira Reserve off Bonaira Street, Kiama NSW 2533

Bonaira Native Gardens feature established rainforest species. Explore the magical and peaceful oasis by foot or bike and pack a picnic lunch for the family. The walk takes 30 minutes and passes a moving monument dedicated to the Wodi Wodi people - the local Aboriginal tribe. An attraction the whole family will love!

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Gerringong Golf Club

Crooked River Road, Gerringong NSW 2534

Gerringong Golf Club, situated along the coast just south of Gerringong, is a Par 72 championship 18 hole golf course, with views to impress! The course provides magnificent views across farmland to the mountains, whilst a deserted beach forms part of the boundary. The small club house is open daily, providing cart and club hire, drinks and limited food.

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Muir House Art Gallery

10 Prince Alfred Street, Berry NSW 2535

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.

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The Berry Tea Shop

1/66 Albert Street, Berry NSW 2535

Purveyors of a fine selection of hand-blended teas and an eclectic range of tea wares from around the world. Come and browse this cute little store or take time out to enjoy one of their beautiful teas with a slice of cake or freshly baked scones with raspberry jam and double cream. A must visit for tea lovers.

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Berry Jetz Cafe

1/94 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535

Located in the beautiful town of Berry, Jetz Cafe is a healthy oasis. This cafe offers not only an all day breakfast serving quality fresh food but also lunch and afternoon tea with extensive menu selections. You have the wonderful opportunity of either eating indoors or dining outside in the courtyard. Come along and enjoy a meal at Berry Jetz Cafe.

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Thai @ Kiama

1/55 Collins Street, Kiama NSW 2533

Thai @ Kiama serves beautiful freshly prepared meals full of great flavours. The restaurant is warmly welcoming with friendly staff. They are fully licensed (BYO wine) and are air conditioned. Located in the heart of Kiama, on Collins Street next to Kiama Leagues Club, Thai @ Kiama is the perfect location for your next lunch or dinner.

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Berry Courthouse

58 Victoria Street, Berry NSW 2535

The Berry Courthouse is now open to the public. It was abolished on 30 July 1988 as it was no longer needed as a local courthouse. Visitors can enjoy the Victorian Gardens and the elegant Classical courthouse, it is sure to remind you of the Grecian beginnings of the justice system. The building was designed by James Barnet in the Greek Revival style and built in 1890 and 1891 at a cost of 1,658 pounds 10 shillings and 7 pence. The Berry Court House appears to have been completed in September 1891. The Berry Courthouse operated as a courthouse from 1891 to 1988 and, as such, reflects the early history of governance and law and order in the region and New South Wales. As an example of a small scale rural courthouse designed in the Classical Academic style, its fine, elegant design embodies late 19th century concepts of courthouse architecture.

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Budderoo National Park

Jamberoo Pass Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533

Budderoo National Park is located on 7,120 hectares, five kilometres west of Jamberoo. The park is home to Minnamurra Rainforest Centre, a multi award winning tourism destination which allows you to explore the rainforests that once blanketed the Illawarra region. Boardwalks and paved tracks take you along the forest floor and up through a range of rainforest environments, on your way to the magical Minnamurra Falls. Up on the plateau above the rainforest, the park offers excellent walking tracks with views across sandstone heaths and woodlands and towards the Illawarra coast. The lookouts and picnic areas at Carrington Falls, where the Kangaroo River plunges over the escarpment, are well worth a visit. Carrington Falls has many lookouts and walking tracks which offer good views. Facilities within the park include a kiosk, picnic and barbecue areas, toilets and wheelchair access.

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Jock's Bakery and Cafe

123 Fern Street, Gerringong NSW 2534

Located in beautiful Gerringong, Jock's Bakery and Cafe offer a variety of freshly baked pastries along with breakfasts, salad bars, and coffee. All that is needed to kick start your day! All freshly baked goodies are made daily on the premises, and Jock's Bakery and Cafe also provide specialty cakes to order.

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The Village Forge

Unit 14, The Berry Rural Co-Op, Old Creamery Lane, Berry NSW 2535

The Village Forge is known for unique customised pieces. By melding the tradition of Blacksmithing with contemporary Metal Fabrication techniques, inspired designs of classic decoration, sculpture, architecture and personal motifs are used to create unlimited design variations. Glass, timber, stone, mosaics and other mediums can be incorporated, as well as taking advantage of the best protective coatings available on today's market. Gates are a speciality and can be fitted with a large range of security and power options available. The Village Forge invites you to discuss any size project and welcomes the opportunity to translate your ideas into a truly unique medium. The Village Forge invites Architects and Designers to contact him to discuss custom plans. The Village Forge is the place for individual handmade pieces such as balustrade and garden designs, as well as demonstrations and classes.

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Berry Sourdough Cafe

23 Prince Alfred Street, Berry NSW 2535

The Berry Sourdough Bakery and Cafe isn't your average bakery. They have an Alan Scott oven, a mixer, a crew of talented bakers on the bench and all loaves are hand crafted with no moulding machinery used. The bakery makes the most of the location, maintaining a relationship with other local organic food producers. Doughs are mixed slowly, rested for three hours, shaped and set to rise in willow baskets. When ready they are loaded onto a peel and slashed on their way into the wood fired oven. The range includes whole wheat, rye, multi grain, spelt levain blanc, olive, brioche, baguette and fruit. A shop is connected to the bakehouse, selling seasonal organic vegetables, organic dips and dry goods. The cafe menu is packed full of interesting food, using as much local produce as possible.

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Goldfish Toy Shop

Shop 3, 58 Albert Street, Berry NSW 2535

The Goldfish Toy Shop, Berry, is an iconic retail experience that transports parents and children into a world of colourful, wooden toys and speciality gift items. With most of their products being designed by the head honcho - Elisa Doro - here in Australia and ethically handmade in Bali you can be assured you are purchasing sustainable, environmentally sound, community supportive and ethical products. Can't get into Berry? Their dreamy products are also available to purchase online! Experience toy shopping the way it should be experienced and visit Goldfish Toy Shop, Berry, for a shopping trip you will never forget!

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Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial and Lookout

Corner Fern Street and Headland Drive, Gerroa NSW 2534

The Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial Lookout offers panoramic views of Seven Mile Beach National Park and magnificent views of the coastline. The Memorial is in the shape of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith's famous aircraft called the 'Southern Cross'. It commemorates his historic record breaking flight on January 11th 1933 across the Tasman to New Zealand. Seven Mile Beach was selected for the take-off area as it was an ideal place and allowed a long, smooth take-off for his heavy laden aircraft. A plaque is on display near the outline of his famous aircraft.

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Broughton Antiques

118 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535

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.

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The Treat Factory

Unit 6, Old Creamery Lane, Berry NSW 2535

The Treat Factory is the largest gourmet food outlet on the South Coast of New South Wales. Established in the historic Old Central Creamery, the Treat Factory manufactures hundreds of flavours of jams and sauces from family recipes spanning over 60 years. On site, they handcraft a massive selection of Belgian Chocolate and gourmet confectionary - they have all your old favourites and new unique creations. At The Treat Factory you can smell the aroma of the jams bubbling away while you shop. During the week, most days you can watch chocolate or confectionary been manufactured. At The Treat Factory Warehouse you will find ingredients, bulk goods, kitchen ware, baking needs and more. They have treats and hard to find ingredients for the professional chef, cake decorator, food lover and home cook. The Treat Factory is an essential stop for the food lover visiting the south coast.

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Crooked River Winery

11 Willow Vale Road, Gerringong NSW 2534

The Crooked River commercial winery produces over 100,000 bottles of soft wines and ports each year. The vineyard and location provide a perfect back drop to the surrounding mountains and ocean vistas. Crooked River Winery and Vineyard is situated 1.5 hours from Sydney Airport, 10 minutes from Kiama and two minutes drive from Gerringong Railway Station on Willow Vale Road just off the Princes Highway. Tours available, bus groups by appointment.

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Cafe Parkview

82 Terralong Street, Kiama NSW 2533

Cafe Parkview an award winning cafe is conveniently situated in the main street of Kiama. Enjoy the light and gourmet meals by qualified chefs, homemade cakes and chocolates. This is a meeting spot for locals with the finest, smoothest coffee made by trained baristas. They have authentic Italian gelato and sorbets and their unique drink menu including chillers. A kids menu is also available.

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Barren Grounds Nature Reserve

Jamberoo Mountain Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533

Barren Grounds Nature Reserve is located on one of the most southerly plateaus of the Sydney Basin and has been a protected area for over 40 years. Surrounding the reserve is an escarpment of sandstone approximately 230-250 million years old which forms the bedrock. The reserve contains a wide variety of habitats including heath, woodland and tall forest. Excellent bushwalking gives walkers fantastic views of the Illawarra coastline and surrounding countryside. Picnic facilities are located here. Barren Grounds is home to a diverse array of wildlife including the threatened Ground Parrot, Eastern Bristlebird, the Long-nosed Potoroo and more than 500 species of plants. Located at the top of Jamberoo pass this 1750 hectare nature reserve is an established bird watcher's mecca. Walks include Griffiths Track, an eight kilometre walk through woodlands and heath. Cooks Nose Lookout is a six kilometre return walk. Trail brochure available at the Kiama Visitor's Centre.

Minnamurra Rainforest Centre

345 Minnamurra Falls Road, (off Jamberoo Mountain Road - Tourism Drive 9), Jamberoo NSW 2533

Minnamurra Rainforest Centre is a multi-award winning nature based destination, and is one of the best examples of subtropical and warm temperate rainforest that once covered vast areas of the Illawarra region.

This rainforest is situated in Budderoo National Park which is less than two hours drive south of Sydney, located 15 kilometres west of Kiama on the NSW South Coast.

The centre offers visitors the opportunity to experience the rainforest area via a network of raised walkways and paved tracks. The 'Loop Walk' is a 1.6 kilometre walk (45-minutes duration) which meanders through a diversity of rainforest types.

The 2.6 kilometres (return) 'Falls Walk' will lead you safely along the canyon cliff edge to the Upper Minnamurra Falls. This walk is slightly more challenging and will require an additional one hour walk time.

Total of both walks is 4.2 kilometre and visitors should allow two hours to do both.

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South Coast Providores

89 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535

South Coast Providores prides itself on working with locally grown produce. All their products are made by hand and in small batches ensuring an artisan product. They work with some 18 local growers who supply them with a wide range of fruit and vegetables - all sustainably grown. They work with the seasons and their range includes plums, peaches, nectarines, all citrus fruits, tamarillos, feijoas, kiwi fruit, wild limes, rhubarb, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries. South Coast Providores source local tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers and more for their chutneys and relishes. They are passionate about their products and this shows in the end result.

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Kiama Blowhole

Blowhole Point Headland, Blowhole Point Road, Kiama NSW 2533

Kiama's famous Blowhole is the largest in the world! A viewing platform with disabled access gives good views of Kiama blowhole. This landmark has attracted people to the region for over 100 years, was first sighted by George Bass when he anchored his whale boat in the sheltered bay, now known as Kiama harbour, in December 1797. It is estimated that 600,000 people visit the Blowhole per year to view the spectacular plumes of water that can be seen when the seas are running from the south east. Only a short distance from the town centre and railway station, the Kiama blowhole has picnic areas and rock pool nearby. The Beach and Bush Cafe, Visitors Information Centre and toilets are also located nearby and are open 9am to 5pm.

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Seven Mile Beach National Park

Beach Road, Gerroa NSW 2534

Seven Mile Beach National Park comprises of 898 hectares of coastal land in a narrow strip between the villages of Shoalhaven Heads and Gerroa, about 17 kilometres east of Nowra. This national park is one of the smallest in the state. Seven Mile Beach National Park is 137 kilometres south of Sydney and 6 kilometres south from Gerringong. At Beach Road the new wooden walkway to the beach and viewing platform and the nearby car park provide easy beach access to all, including the disabled. Close by there is a large picnic area with barbecues in a pleasant forest setting. A smaller picnic area is set among tea trees and banksias with easy beach access. There are loop walking tracks through the forest and along the beach. Activities available in park include: bushwalking, swimming, surfing, picnicking. Camping in the national park is now PROHIBITED.

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Mezzadellas Woodfired Pizza and Tapas

Shop 6, 97-99 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535

Mezzadella's serves traditional wood fired pizzas with a modern twist! Also on the menu: calzones, gluten free pizzas, salads, homemade gelato and blackboard specials. Gourmet pizzas include Inferno, with a herbed tomato base, hot calabrese salami, chorizo, fresh tomato, Spanish onion, chilli flakes, jalapenos, buffalo mozzarella topped with roquette and yoghurt, Cajun Mama, with Cajun spiced prawns on a herbed yoghurt and tomato base with roasted red capsicum and seared mango, Spanish onion, buffalo mozzarella, topped with roquette and green tomato and lime relish.

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Berry Community and Activity Centre

12 Prince Alfred Street, Berry NSW 2535

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

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Pottery at Old Toolijooa School

233 Princes Highway, Gerringong NSW 2534

This award-winning cottage industry is on the site of the Old Toolijooa School, beside the Princes Highway about two kilometres south of Gerringong. The old school residence is still there, and in the workshop behind it there are the usual pottery wheels and kilns, and a gallery where finished pots are on display. The potters create mugs, teapots, bowls and casseroles and similar useful things, and often just for fun, owls and pussycats, pelicans, wombats, dragons and little stoneware animals. See lots of pictures on their website. Visitors are always welcome. Depending on the day, you may see pots being made, fired, or glazed. Or just browse about in the display room to see the wide variety of finished items. If you want to be sure the workshop is open, feel free to phone ahead.

Carrington Falls Jamberoo

Budderoo National Park, Jamberoo Mountain Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533
Carrington Falls - Jamberoo, a spectacular waterfall, drops 50 metres down into a gorge into Kangaroo Valley. Located in the Budderoo National Park, well developed walks exist with access to several lookouts including a track for the disabled. The loop walk takes about 25 minutes to complete, and from the lower car park you can reach Nellies Glen picnic area, and walk a further 50 metres to a beautiful spot with a natural pool. A second car park is located on the northern side of Carrington Falls. Loop Walk starts from northern car park off Jamberoo Mountain Road, 18 kilometres west of Jamberoo Post Office, follow tourist drive nine from Kiama. Maps and walking guides are available from the Kiama Visitor's Centre. Carrington Falls is located 50 minutes west of Kiama up the Jamberoo Mountain Road.

Nellies Glen Carrington Falls

Budderoo National Park, Jamberoo NSW 2533
History may not have remembered Nellie so well, but one thing's for sure: she knew a good picnic spot when she saw it. Soak up the oxygen laden air while being soothed by the sounds of nearby waterfalls. You can relax under the shade of magnificent eucalyptus forest. The kids will love looking for the brightly coloured fungi and orchids high in the canopy. Check the nearby forest floor for collections of blue objects, the tell tale signs of the nest of a male satin bower bird trying to impress the ladies. This is the perfect spot for a quiet picnic before exploring the nearby range of spectacular lookouts around Carrington Falls or, if you feel like stretching your legs, there's an energising short work to Warris Chair Lookout. This easy walk through woodlands of swamp banksia offers fabulous birdwatching.

Budderoo National Park - Rainforest Loop Walk

Budderoo National Park, Minnamurra Falls Road (Minnamurra Rainforest Visitor Centre), Jamberoo NSW 2533
The Rainforest Loop Walk - and its longer cousin, the Falls Walk - is an easy introduction to rainforests. The elevated timber boardwalk makes it a cinch, while also providing a literal bird's-eye view of one of the best examples of subtropical and warm temperature rainforests in the state. Walking distance: 1.6 kilometre Time: one hour Difficulty: easy. While the first 900 metres is suitable for all ages and abilities, there is a mid-section of the walk that does not offer wheelchair access. Budderoo National Park is near Kiama, a two-hour drive from Sydney. The walk begins and ends at the Minnamurra Rainforest Visitor Centre.

Cooks Nose walking track

Brogers Creek Road, Brogers Creek NSW 2535
9km (one way) - 3.3 hour - Medium difficulty The walking track out to Cooks Nose is well-marked and steep in places, but the views at the end are simply spectacular. The track wanders through open expanses of heathland, which burst with colour in spring when the wildflowers are out. The brightly coloured red and yellow Christmas bells are a special treat on this walk.
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Budderoo National Park - The Falls Walk

345 Minnamurra Falls Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533
A continuation on from the 'Loop Walk', the 2.6 kilometre (return) Falls Walk will lead you safely along the canyon cliff edge to the breathtaking Upper Minnamurra Falls. This walk is slightly more challenging than the Loop Walk and will require an additional one hour walk time. Total of both walks is 4.2 kilometres and visitors should allow two hours to do both. Time: One hour return Distance: 2.6 kilometres Grade: Medium, steep in parts
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Minnamurra Rainforest Centre: Budderoo National Park

345 Minnamurra Falls Road, (off Jamberoo Mountain Road - Tourism Drive 9), Jamberoo NSW 2533
Minnamurra Rainforest Centre is a multi-award winning nature based destination, and is one of the best examples of subtropical and warm temperate rainforest that once covered vast areas of the Illawarra region. This rainforest is situated in Budderoo National Park which is less than two hours drive south of Sydney, located 15 kilometres west of Kiama on the NSW South Coast. The centre offers visitors the opportunity to experience the rainforest area via a network of raised walkways and paved tracks. The 'Loop Walk' is a 1.6 kilometre walk (45 minutes duration) which meanders through a diversity of rainforest types. The 2.6 kilometre (return) 'Falls Walk' will lead you safely along the canyon cliff edge to the Upper Minnamurra Falls. This walk is more challenging and will require an additional one hour walk time. Total of both walks is 4.2 kilometres and visitors should allow two hours to do both.
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Nerilee Antiques

26 Allowrie Street, Jamberoo NSW 2533
Nerilee Antiques has been established for over 40 years and is a member of the Australian Antiques and Art Dealers Association. Nerilee Antiques offers a wide variety of quality jewellery, silver, glass, porcelain, furniture, and general collectables. Nerilee Antiques is located in the charming village of Jamberoo, directly opposite the Jamberoo Bowling Club. Call in and browse their extensive range of antique wares.
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Jamberoo Bowling and Recreation Club

11 Allowrie Street, Jamberoo NSW 2533
At the foot of the Mountains the club can be found by following the Princes Highway south of Sydney to Kiama and turning right to head towards the mountains or take Jamberoo Road around the base of the beautiful mountains to the country village known as Jamberoo. Jamberoo is an historic village steeped in all that is old and sprinkled with a dash of the modern. Members and guests to Jamberoo Bowling and Recreation Club can visit the club for the bowling or to experience fantastic fresh food, live entertainment, leisure, functions and friendly staff. With the club being in the centre of the local community, there are plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy such as Members Badge Draws, Pool Tables, Carpet Bowls, Tennis Courts nearby, Club Keno, TAB, multiple television screens, weekly specials at The Wok and Grill Bistro.
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Great Southern Hotel Berry

91-95 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535
The Great Southern Hotel located in the heart of Berry is a typical Australian country hotel, providing a Bistro, entertainment, live music and a courtyard. There is a great atmosphere and the Bistro offers great value meals and a large variety so there is something for everyone, with dining options both inside or out on the wide timber verandas to enjoy the sights and sounds of this historic village. Families are welcome, with an enclosed children's playground provided.
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Pompadours Chocolate House

Shop 4, 113 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535
Pompadour's Chocolate House creates a wondrous array of contemporary premium chocolate creations. In store, you will find most of your old favourites and quite a few of 'Grandma's secret recipes', but all mixed up with exciting new ingredients and combinations. Beautiful chocolate barks sprinkled with exotic toppings, amazing lollipops, salted caramels, and many more flavour explosions. They are much more than your usual chocolate shop. The shop is overflowing with handcrafted chocolates, all made with love and enthusiasm by dedicated chocolatiers in the picturesque rural village of Berry, on the South Coast of New South Wales. Visit their store and try one of the specialty chocolate beverages or a boutique coffee or tea, whilst you browse the extensive and delectable chocolate collection.
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Il Locale Gelato

114 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535
Il Locale Gelato in Berry is home to perhaps the best coffee in Berry, made from locally grown beans. It is also home to the best gelato produced nearby at The Pines Dairy. Choose from a wide range of cookies from Lemon and ginger, to strawberry, pistachio and fig. Il Locale Gelato also feature the fabulous artworks of Becky Guggisberg. So, head on in for tasty treats and beautiful art.
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Precinct Galleries and Flying Pig Precinct

12-14 Alexandra Street, Berry NSW 2535
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.
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Saddleback Mountain Lookout

Saddleback Mountain, Kiama NSW 2533
Kiama's glorious Saddleback Mountain offers a photographers dream, with the elevated Saddleback Mountain Lookout. From Cronulla, just south of Sydney to Milton, enjoy a breathtaking view of the New South Wales South Coast. Located just 10 minutes from Kiama's Blowhole, Saddleback Mountain Lookout is one of the area's greatest natural attractions.
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Hoddles Track

Hoddles Track, Saddleback Mountain ACT 2533
Park your car at Saddleback Mountain Lookout (six kilometres south west of Kiama) and follow the green marking posts west, up the escarpment to Mount Noorinan. This track was originally used to transport produce to Kiama for shipping in the 1800s, and at one point stretched all the way west to Bowral. Birdwatching is popular, keep an eye out for crimson rosellas, eastern bristlebird, and the golden whistler. Wear sensible shoes as the track is steeply graded and becomes slippery at times. The track takes about two hours with a distance of seven kilometres for the return journey. The grade is moderate, though it can be very steep at times.
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Spring Creek Bird Hide

Via Glenbrook Drive off Dido Street, Kiama NSW 2533
This observation hide located between the lagoon and freshwater lake enables a close-up view of waterbirds including cormorants, chicks, moorhens, coots, swans and many other local species. The ultimate bird watching experience for bird-lovers! Direction from the Kiama Visitor's Centre; take Terralong Street (Main Street ) out of Kiama, turn right onto Dido Street, turn right into Glenbrook Drive and take the first right to find the Spring Creek Bird Hide.
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Spring Creek Wetlands Walk

Spring Creek Wetlands, Kiama NSW 2533
Located only a few minutes west of the Kiama Post Office, you will discover a wonderful example of rehabilitated wetlands. To get there follow Terralong Street towards Jamberoo, turn right into Dido Street, then Glenbrook Drive. The entrance to the park is from a small car park. Walk along the banks of Spring Creek to the lagoon through a variety of regenerating bushland or enjoy the birdlife from a constructed hide. You will numerous waterbirds and common bush birds. Spring Creek Wetlands Walk Time: 30 minutes Distance: 1.5 kilometre return Grade: Easy
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Historic Terrace Houses

Collins Street, Kiama NSW 2533
Kiama's Historic Terrace Houses were originally built for the local quarry workers in 1886. These National Trust classified historic buildings now house a unique selection of crafts, collectables, clothing stores, and eateries. Behind the Terraces, discover the Sandstone Walk, featuring more delightful shops and services. The Historic Terrace Houses are located on Collins Street, Kiama.
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Bombo Headland Kiama

Northern end of Bombo Beach, Kiama NSW 2533
Take a walk through Bombo Headland, among the unusual basalt columns - it feels like you're on the moon! The basalt walls and columns are a legacy of blue metal quarrying in the 1880s and 1900s. Take a look north and you will see the award winning Cathedral Rocks, Minnamurra Headland and Jones' Beach. Look south and you can see an impressive view of Kiama. Bombo Headland is a great surfing beach and is dog friendly. The beach is often featured in television commercials and photo shoots. A walking guide for the Headland and Dog's Off Leash brochure is available at the Kiama Visitor's Centre (Blowhole Point Road, Kiama). It is located off Cliff Drive, take the Kiama Downs turn off from the Princess Highway, and cross under railway bridge at Bombo Beach.
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Historic Dry Stone Walls

Various locations around Kiama, Kiama NSW 2533
Stone walls are evident throughout the area, many constructed more than a century ago as paddocks were cleared for cropping and stock agistment. Fine examples can be seen in the hills and dales west of Kiama township, with much of the work being attributed to Thomas Newing - a most prolific and skilled stone wall builder who worked in the area for over 60 years. The building method developed by Newing uses the local volcanic stone, and consists of two wall faces leaning against each other capped by a continuous row of larger stones. Nearly 400 stone walls have been listed as heritage items in the Kiama municipality. The walls that occur along the Saddleback Mountain Road have been repaired or reconstructed by volunteers using the traditional methods.