We are excited to share the news that Berrima, the place we call home has won the NSW Top Tourism Town Awards! Against 25 other towns as finalists, we are proud to come out on top in the towns with a population under 5000 residents. 

So, we wanted to share our FAVOURITE things about our town! 

Berrima Vault House – The newly opened Berrima Vault House is a contemporary heritage preserved, 5-star hospitality venue with a private members club!  A must visit venue when in town!

Schmokin AUS –This is one of our favourite places to rest and enjoy the countryside. A place to relax & recharge, meet friends, eat great street food – oh and did we mention the burgers are divine.

Peppergreen Estate -Looking for a cellar door experience or a delicious meal paired with local wines, Peppergreen Estate has you covered. Did we mention their home grown olive oil?

Surveyor General Inn –Built in 1834 for James Harper, the pub has since been transformed into a unique place to visit. Today it’s the oldest continuously licensed hotel in Australia.

Berrima General Store -Located in the heart of the town, this is a popular meeting place to grab a coffee, sit down and people watch as you enjoy a pastry from inside.

Gumnut Patisserie – Famous for its delectable treats, Gumnut Patisseie is a must when in Berrima. Weather it be morning tea or for an afternoon snack, their exquisite pastries are award wining!

Harpers Mansion –Get lost in the maze, or explore the stunning gardens surrounding this heritage listed house. Overlooking Berrima, this is the perfect place to start your historical journey of the town.

Berrima Court House –Built in 1838, of local hand-hewn sandstone in Regency style, Berrima Courthouse was used to 1900 to convict crimes from cattle stealing, to notorious  bushrangers and murderers.

Berrima District Museum –This museum brings to life the history of the district. With a digital gallery, visitors can experience the Rembrant exhibition 350 years after his death, showcasing 26 of his greatest paintings.