10 Things to Do in Berrima That You Shouldn't Miss

December 1, 2017 Giuseppe Pratt

Discover the best top things to do in Berrima, Australia including Bendooley Estate Book Barn, Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame, Red Cow Farm, Leighton Gardens, Joadja Vineyard, Dirty Janes Bowral, Southern Highlands Welcome Centre, Wine Mosaic Lounge, Berrima District Museum, The Corbett Gardens.
Restaurants in Berrima

1. Bendooley Estate Book Barn

Bendooley 3020 Old Hume Hwy, Berrima, New South Wales 2577, Australia +61 2 4877 2235
Excellent
56%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
3%
Terrible
5%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 203 reviews

Bendooley Estate Book Barn

This grand estate is a spectacular destination within the Southern Highlands. Explore the iconic Berkelouw Book Barn. Dine at Bendooley’s restaurant. Stay in luxurious cottages within the beautifully preserved 200-acre property.

Reviewed By RonWamberal - Sydney, Australia

Hadn't realised this was the original Berkelouw's book store before Sydney and Eumundi - absolutely wonderful with the huge range of books and authors covering so many interesting subjects.
Even more interesting was how they move the book stands and displays to turn the "store" into a wedding function room at night.

2. Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame

St Jude Street, Bowral, New South Wales 2576, Australia +61 2 4862 1247
Excellent
76%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 370 reviews

Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame

Found in the picturesque Southern Highlands town of Bowral where the famous Sir Donald Bradman grew up, the Bradman Museum is a state-of-the-art high-tech Museum that encapsulates cricket's history from its earliest origins through the Bradman era and World Series Cricket to the modern day and the introduction of T20. The Bradman Foundation, a non-profit charitable trust, was established in 1987 with the full support of Sir Donald Bradman AC to promote cricket as a valuable cultural and sporting force within the community. The Foundation prides itself on being the heritage custodians of Australian cricket. It preserves the heritage of the game while delivering Sir Donald Bradman’s commitment to the future of the game through development at youth level and within the wider community. The Foundation also often hosts exhibition matches and special events on the historic and picturesque Bradman Oval. A special focus by the Foundation is the development of youth through cricket.

Reviewed By Robert B

Enjoyed a visit to the museum. Beautiful setting for a legend of the game. So much history of cricket, both early and recent. Some fantastic memorabilia from around the world. Also some interactive games for the kids, and bigger kids in us all. The memories...MoreHi Robert, sounds like you have been a long time supporter of the game, thanks for coming to visit and I will pass your response to Stumps Cafe.

3. Red Cow Farm

Illawarra Highway, Sutton Forest, New South Wales 2577, Australia +61 2 4868 1842
Excellent
71%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 82 reviews

Red Cow Farm

Reviewed By Outandabout1208 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

This garden situated in the picturesque Southern Highlands was a delightful surprise. Crafted from a blank canvas over the past 25 years this garden is a true testament to creativity, a love of natural beauty, determination and hard work. Every view in this garden is a feast for the eyes. Well worth a visit.

4. Leighton Gardens

Argyle Street, Moss Vale, New South Wales, Australia
Excellent
48%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
6%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 15 reviews

Leighton Gardens

Reviewed By Dianne S

Lived in Moss Vale nearly 20 years and since the Gardens were renovated in around 2014, and mind you were not fully completed only half to three quarters completed, they are not as beautiful as they were. A nice spot maybe for traveller to stop and have a break and have some lunch from some of the great cafes and restaurants, but the Gardens were one of the locals most beautiful ones in district, the colours of the azaleas and rhododendrons were so beautiful. Could have been finished off better.

5. Joadja Vineyard

Greenhills Roads | Corner Joadja, Berrima, New South Wales 2577, Australia +61 2 4878 5236
Excellent
74%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
5%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 55 reviews

Joadja Vineyard

Reviewed By Albywon - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

New owners last 15 months. Great service from the new owners - very welcoming despite a busy weekend. We sampled 6 red wines, all priced between $25 and $32 per bottle. Personal favourite was the 2014 Cabernet/Malbec/Petit Verdot. Excellent quality across the range. Best all...MoreWow! What a review! Thank you so much for your kind words! Don't leave it five years next time - we hope to see you again soon!

6. Dirty Janes Bowral

13-15 Banyette St, Bowral, New South Wales 2576, Australia +61 2 4861 3231
Excellent
57%
Good
34%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 200 reviews

Dirty Janes Bowral

Dirty Janes Bowral is located just around the corner off Bong Bong at 13-15 Banyette Street Bowral (next door to ALDI) in huge warehouse housing over 65 independent dealers offering a vast range of vintage & antique pieces including furniture, homewares, artwork, clothing, jewellery, kitchenware, glassware, China, collectibles and more. Dirty Janes Bowral is open 7 days from 10am - 5pm. Our Vintage Tea Salon is also open 7 days from 10am - 4pm.

Reviewed By 3boyz - Melbourne

A great space of eclectic antiques, reproductions and vintage gear. Nice to stroll through and maybe pick up something unique.

7. Southern Highlands Welcome Centre

62-70 Main St, Mittagong, New South Wales 2575, Australia +61 2 4871 2888
Excellent
75%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 136 reviews

Southern Highlands Welcome Centre

Make the Southern Highlands your next short break destination, and you will find a treasure trove of destinational attractions, like award winning restaurants and wineries, magnificent Gardens,rare antiques, authentic heritage and amazing natural wonders.The Southern Highlands Welcome Centre is a great place to begin your journey. FREE Maps, Fact Sheets, Brochures, WIFI are just the start of your experience.

Reviewed By Kathryn W - Sydney, Australia

Staff here are always helpful and knowledgeable about the Highlands. There is an increasing range of local produce available for sale, and also a handy stop-off for toilets.

8. Wine Mosaic Lounge

386 Argyle St, Moss Vale, New South Wales 2577, Australia +61 2 4868 2552
Excellent
73%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
9%
Terrible
9%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 11 reviews

Wine Mosaic Lounge

A 60s inspired local Highlands wine bar with thoughtfully sourced wines, beers, a selection of grazing plates in a relaxing and comfortable environment

Reviewed By AusFamily123 - Sydney, Australia

Moss Vale is so lucky to have this gem. What a fabulous addition for after work drinks and much needed upmarket wine bar for gatherings. The owners have delightfully renovated one of the most famous corner buildings in Moss Vale with great style. Food is...MoreThank you for your wonderful review we look forward to seeing you again soon

9. Berrima District Museum

Market Place | Market Place & Bryan Street, Berrima, New South Wales 2577, Australia +61 2 4877 1130
Excellent
62%
Good
34%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
0%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 50 reviews

Berrima District Museum

The Berrima District Museum is an outstanding, award winning, country museum that tells fascinating stories about people, places and objects of the Southern Highlands.

Reviewed By Kufunda - Harare, Zimbabwe

The experience of having so much in such an small place was overwhelming- in a good way! There was so much about the people of Berrima and how they played role in the world wars, their way of life and also the various donations of memorabilia from local families- all with a story. The entry fee does not do justice to the time and effort set aside to document and display the history of the town. One needs to set aside at least an hour to really appreciate the contents of the museum. Kudos to the volunteers who keep the place going. A definite place to visit to or from Canberra.

10. The Corbett Gardens

Wingecarribee St, Bowral, New South Wales 2576, Australia +61 2 4871 2888
Excellent
41%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
10%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 142 reviews

The Corbett Gardens

Reviewed By Barbara S - Bowral, Australia

A beautiful fenced garden in the middle of Bowral CBD featuring a lovely rivulet meandering through the garden. The Pavilion is a feature and of course in September - October the Gardens are alive with visitors from all over the country and overseas come to enjoy The Bowral Tulip Festival. There are plenty of quiet spots and WSC council take pride in presenting a beautiful display of colour. A source of joy & pride for residents.

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