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South Coast Leisure Times : Autum 2016
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 21 Berry The 10th annual Berry Celtic Festival is on Saturday, May 28 from 9.30am until 4pm. It will feature “The Year of Cornwall” and coincides with the Shoalhaven Cornish Gathering. Cornwall is the homeland of the Cornish people and is recognised as one of the official Celtic nations in the UK along with the Scots, Welsh, and Irish. Apart from being known as the motherland of the pasty and clotted cream, it has a language and culture all of its own. Starting at 9.30am the Grand Street Parade through the streets of Berry features all the distinctive colourful kilts and numerous pipe bands along with various Celtic clans, Scottish terrier dogs, and vintage cars. On arriving at the Berry Showground, comes the marching of the massed bands with the heavenly sound of the bagpipes reverberating around the grounds. Then a day full of entertainment begins with musical items, pipe bands, Celtic fiddlers, highland dancing, enchanted singing, and lots of Celtic merchandise stalls to view. A highlight will be performances by The Raggeder Band. The Berry Celtic Festival is a fundraising project of the Rotary Club of Berry supported by Shoalhaven City Council and other community groups. The cost for entry is $15 for adults and free for children under 15. Granties Maze at Foxground is a children’s paradise with an exciting maze to explore as well as lots of games and rides. The owners have touted it as a significant tourism landmark for the area. “There’s nothing like it in Australia,” said owner John Grant who hoped the development of 50 attractions, ranging from small rides to a full-sized dinosaur for children, would become a destination for tourists to the region. He bought the site in 1985, to establish a budget attraction for large families. There a range of fun things including mini-golf, an archery range, canoes, battle boats and the wonderful maze. Granties is open daily, except for Easter Friday. The opening hours Monday to Friday are 9am until 4pm and 9am until 5pm on weekends. Enjoy a great day out with the family. Take a picnic or visit the kiosk. Year of Cornwall for Celtic festival A-mazing place on the highway The Grand Street Parade will wind through the streets of Berry. Granties Maze at Foxground offers lots of fun attractions for the whole family. GET LOST IN PPPhhh:: 000444000777 222888884444 88888888 AW1910359MAZE MINI GOLF CANOES ARCHERY GIANT CHESS PICNICS For information on many more attractions go to www.grantiesmaze.com.au 25 Princes Highway, Foxground (8 klms north of Berry) BIRTHDAYPARTIESHAYCARTRIDEPADDLEBOATS YOU WILL BE AMAZED AT HOW MUCH THERE IS TO DO.... more than 50 attractions AW1895741