Two Figs is a boutique winery and vineyard located 12 kilometres from Berry. Its spectacular position offers panoramic 360 degree views from the beaches of Shoalhaven Heads along the expanse of the Shoalhaven River and beyond. Two Figs vineyard was planted in 2003. The winery is now producing wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chambourcin and Verdelho. The climate is temperate with maritime influences and produces soft, approachable wines. Winemaker Shayne Bricker now offers these premium wines for tasting on the cellar door with himself or Leah amidst the equipment and barrels of a working winery. Come and buy a bottle of wine and a gourmet local plate and enjoy the scenery.
The golf course is located almost right on the beach. The Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club has a bistro which is open Friday and Saturday nights, plus Tuesday to Sunday for lunch. It is a family friendly club with plenty of variety on the menu. Fully licensed bar and special themed dinner nights. Call the club to find out what themes are coming up.
Hedy's Restaurant is an award winning restaurant situated overlooking the picturesque Shoalhaven River, with views to Seven Mile Beach. Recently featured in the 2012 SMH Good Living Feature for some of 'the best fish and chips on the South Coast', and also the only One Schooner rated Hotel Restaurant on the South Coast in the 2011 SMH Good Pub Food Guide. Catering for functions and other events, with takeaway always available. Family Night is Tuesday to Thursday nights, where you can purchase a main meal and receive a free children's meal for a child under 12. With a large outdoor seating area taking advantage of the expansive views over the river and out to sea, this restaurant is very family friendly. There is also an indoor air-conditioned area and the hotel is fully licensed, with three bars, lounge area, courtyard, motel and kids area.
View an amazing variety of over one hundred species of native plants from sunrise to sunset. The extensive range of plants has been collected from far north Queensland all the way to Tasmania. Visitors to the area are encouraged to enjoy a self guided tour with interpretive signage around the botanic and bush tucker gardens. Take some time to enjoy this peaceful coastal garden.