13 Oxley Street, Berrima, NSW, 2577
02 4877 2024 or 0417 697 021

Local Area

Fun Things To Do

Established in the 1830’s, Berrima is recognised as one of Australia’s best preserved examples of a Georgian village. Today’s visitor to Berrima can experience the quiet charm and romance of a village rich in social history as well as in early sandstone buildings.

The Court House, museum, art gallery, antique shops, boutiques, fine restaurants and cafés are a delight to visit..

The Southern Highlands is a recognised cool climate wine region with Berrima at its centre. Ten wineries are within a 15 minute drive from the village. Some are only few minutes up the road.

On a HOT day you can walk 200metres to the local river which is deep enough to enjoy a refreshing swim adn has a diving board and swing rope for your enjoyment.

Over the road is a tennis court that can be accessed via a key held at the local General Store for the small sum of $10. Some tennis racquets and balls are available at Poppies.

Adjoining towns and other tourist attractions are all accessible only minutes away by car from Berrima. It is only 10 minutes drive to surrounding towns of Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale.

Poppies at Berrima is a perfect base from which to explore all that the Southern Highlands has to offer. We have plenty of off street parking at Poppies so you never have to be bothered with parking in the village as we are only 100 metres from the main shops and restaurants.

Berrima Attractions


Josh’s Café BYO or licensed.

Eschalot  A one hat fine dining restaurant

The General Store

The Magpie Café BYO


Surveyor General Inn (longest serving pub in NSW)

The Court House Museum / Info Centre

The Bell Gallery


Many antique Shops

The Cottage

Berkelouw’s Book Barn

Berrima Patchwork

The Wine Shop


Destination Southern Highlands

The Destination Southern Highlands Visitor centre at Mittagong is the perfect place to stop and learn what’s on during your visit.

Poppies in Berrima - River Walk

Berrima River Walk

Discover what the German merchant seamen built along the Wingecarribee River while interned in Berrima for four years during during WW1. The signed walk commences in the Berrima Picnic and Camping ground. Access by car is via Oxley Street, Berrima. WALK INFORMATION Length: 1.8 km allow 1 hour return. SURFACE: Reasonably level, slight grades. Path is through bushland, is uneven and can be slippery in wet conditions.

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