The village of Berry lives up to its sweet name. Click through for 18 reasons to swing by this seaside haven of food, wine and sweeping landscapes — including the
Drawing Room Rocks, where the weathering of the cliff tops has created the "table and chair" formation here.
This NSW town is famous for its vineyards and boutique shopping. Here, the rustic exterior of houses two comfortable bedrooms for guests.
Just under the Rocks lie the , luxury B&B-style accommodation surrounded by green pastures.
put the town on the culinary map in the early 2000s, and is still a firm favourite among tourists and locals alike.
Try the lemon cheesecake with strawberry syrup at , a European-influenced restaurant just off Queen St.
Or the bocconcini, tomato and basil pizza at (cousin to Berry Sourdough Cafe).
"We're driver-reviver distance from Sydney," owner of , Jelle, explains. If you're travelling through the town, stop for a pepito, a croissant filled with chocolate and creme patissiere. It's a local favourite.
Visit , a clothing store on the site of the former W.H. Cockerill's Motor Coach, Blacksmith & Farrier Works.
, a former bank, is now a hotel close to all the town's attractions.
The steamed pork buns at are unmissable. David Campbell's modern Asian menu has long been a neighbourhood favourite.
Take a hike across the lush escarpment just outside of town - and work off some of the delicious hot donuts you'll undoubtedly scoff at on Queen Street.
The historic rotunda in remains a beloved spot on the Berry map.
The gardens of Berry are charming with lots of classic English plants. BYO Enid Blyton comparisons!
Planning a wedding? is a heritage-listed function centre.
A visit to Berry isn't complete without a stop at local painter 's gallery on Albert Street. Filled with her own work — oils on canvas, watercolours and ink work — and quirky curios, the store is also a creative workspace for artists.
Lisa and her husband, Rob, set up the verandah as a cosy space for customers to linger a little longer.
, a florist and vintage homewares store on Queen Street.
brings clothes, jewellery, accessories and homewares from around the world into Berry's cosy city centre.
The old property includes a Men's Shed and community garden, both of which aim to bring together individuals from all walks of life.