Berry & District Garden Club
Berry is known as the town of trees however some visitors might question that at the moment with all the earthworks that are going on around Berry.
The Berry Bypass has finally started and the excavation for the new road has meant the removal of many trees around the town and along the highway. So, although it is looking a little barer than usual around Berry, the final outcome will be a better thoroughfare for traffic and a safer town for pedestrians.
There is sure to be plenty of planting happening in the near future so Berry will always be the perfect location for gardening enthusiasts and garden lovers.
The Berry & District Garden Club meets regularly to create the opportunity for members and visitors to exchange ideas, keep informed about all things gardening and meet up with like-minded people in the easy-going atmosphere of the monthly meetings.
For those new to the district, it’s a great way to become part of the Berry community; for the locals, the meetings are a time to catch up with friends, swap a few stories and welcome newcomers with Berry-style hospitality.
The town of Berry is a place of great natural beauty nestling between coastal beaches and the soaring escarpment of the Cambewarra Ranges. Built on volcanic and clay soils, the sizzling heat of summer and crisp cool winters create an environment that is rich and varied in its flora and fauna – and a place where gardens grow with exuberance.