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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2016
18 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au The fifth annual Berry Small Farm Field Days at Berry Showground on Friday and Saturday, September 9-10 is set to be a great country outing. Along with small farm machinery, ride-on mowers and all sorts of farm animals to see, this year there will be an expanded feature on gardening products, plants, shrubs and trees. Agricultural experts will be on hand and various demonstrations will help those interested in learning more. As well as being of interest to the seasoned farmer, there is more interest each year from small hobby farmers and people improving their home gardens and starting the family vegetable patch. More families are taking children to show them what farming and local produce is all about. Children love the animal nursery plus the variety of farm animals and different breeds of chooks on display. The event is one of the Rotary Club of Berry’s major fundraisers with proceeds going to various community, youth development and international activities. Entry is $10 per person, with children under 15 free. More details can be found on www.berryrotary.org. au or by phoning 4403 0300. The boutique town of Berry is a popular shopping spot, particularly on weekends and public holidays. Photo Gillian Lett Field days for families Granties Maze on the Princes Highway, near Foxground, has just added a new and exciting element to its site. The family fun venue has just added archery to its bow of 50 attractions. The safe and secure archery range boasts some of the best tuition in the region and can cater for all ages, experience levels, school groups, work outings and all kinds of parties. The tuition course is one hour, with bookings essential, and covers all the basic steps in safety, loading and firing. Each hour every winner of archery will be given a card inviting them to take part in a balloon shoot on Sunday between 4-5pm. It is a little bit harder than shooting at targets because the balloons flutter in the breeze. Every Sunday morning between 9-10am, there is the opportunity to compete for prizes. There are also private lessons available and archery skirmish, where participants wear protective gear and play in teams using rubber arrowheads. The range is accessible to people in wheelchairs. Archery amazes at Granties Berry 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