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Berry District Park


The Berry District Park area provides a unique opportunity to reinvigorate the northern edge of the township of Berry following the introduction of the Berry bypass road. The area is already popular with the local community and visitors, with a great diversity of active sporting and passive recreation activities.

The area referred to as 'Berry District Park' is located on the northern edge of the township of Berry. The site has an extensive frontage to North Street, with a secondary frontage to Woodhill Mountain Road on its eastern side. The northern extent of the District Park will be bounded by the new Princes Highway/Berry bypass road, which was recently opened.


Project Vision

Broadly, the vision for the Berry District Park is to provide unique recreation facilities that build on the existing successes of the area and facilitates future opportunities to improve and supplement broader community needs.

A Concept Plan has been produced to illustrate the wide variety of infrastructure proposed for the Park. Find out more...


Berry District Park Master Plan

Following the exhibition of the Master Plan and consultation with the community and government agencies, a number of changes were proposed to the plan. The plan was re-exhibited in order to gain community feedback on the proposed changed and inclusions.


What is currently happening?

Council is currently engaging with Community to inform the detailed design of components of the park during April/May 2018. The final stages of planning are underway and the following consultations will inform the final detail design.

Children's Consultation

A Children's Consultation was held on 25 March 2018, from 10am to 12pm at North Sreet Park, Berry.

The on-site consultation targeted feedback from children and youth, parents of children and community members of all ages.

Naming Engagement

Council is currently engaging community members to help name the park (currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'). See the section below for further information.

Once the information from the Children's Consultation and Naming Engagement is compiled and the detail design is complete, the plan will go on exhibition for 28 days. Following the exhibition, the design will go out to tender.


Name Your Park

Voting is now open for the naming of the area currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'. The park is located on the northern edge of Berry and bounded by the new bypass road.

The vision for the park is to provide unique recreation facilities that build on the area’s existing sporting complex. A wide variety of infrastructure is planned for the park, including several different play spaces aimed at different ages, a flying fox, pump track, Learn to Ride facility, bike wash station, picnic facilities, dog park, pathway circuit, increased parking, and more!

The park will be Nature Based and will reflect the Town of the Trees.

Step 1: Community members were invited to submit a name for the park online (hard copy forms were also available from Berry Public School and Berry Post Office).

Step 2: Voting is now open on a shortlist of names that best represent the naming criteria. Voting closes 30 May 2018. See below for more details and to vote.


Further Information

For further information, please contact Council's Social Infrastructure Planner, Liliana Hutchinson on (02) 4429 3372 or email liliana.hutchinson@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au.



The Berry District Park area provides a unique opportunity to reinvigorate the northern edge of the township of Berry following the introduction of the Berry bypass road. The area is already popular with the local community and visitors, with a great diversity of active sporting and passive recreation activities.

The area referred to as 'Berry District Park' is located on the northern edge of the township of Berry. The site has an extensive frontage to North Street, with a secondary frontage to Woodhill Mountain Road on its eastern side. The northern extent of the District Park will be bounded by the new Princes Highway/Berry bypass road, which was recently opened.


Project Vision

Broadly, the vision for the Berry District Park is to provide unique recreation facilities that build on the existing successes of the area and facilitates future opportunities to improve and supplement broader community needs.

A Concept Plan has been produced to illustrate the wide variety of infrastructure proposed for the Park. Find out more...


Berry District Park Master Plan

Following the exhibition of the Master Plan and consultation with the community and government agencies, a number of changes were proposed to the plan. The plan was re-exhibited in order to gain community feedback on the proposed changed and inclusions.


What is currently happening?

Council is currently engaging with Community to inform the detailed design of components of the park during April/May 2018. The final stages of planning are underway and the following consultations will inform the final detail design.

Children's Consultation

A Children's Consultation was held on 25 March 2018, from 10am to 12pm at North Sreet Park, Berry.

The on-site consultation targeted feedback from children and youth, parents of children and community members of all ages.

Naming Engagement

Council is currently engaging community members to help name the park (currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'). See the section below for further information.

Once the information from the Children's Consultation and Naming Engagement is compiled and the detail design is complete, the plan will go on exhibition for 28 days. Following the exhibition, the design will go out to tender.


Name Your Park

Voting is now open for the naming of the area currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'. The park is located on the northern edge of Berry and bounded by the new bypass road.

The vision for the park is to provide unique recreation facilities that build on the area’s existing sporting complex. A wide variety of infrastructure is planned for the park, including several different play spaces aimed at different ages, a flying fox, pump track, Learn to Ride facility, bike wash station, picnic facilities, dog park, pathway circuit, increased parking, and more!

The park will be Nature Based and will reflect the Town of the Trees.

Step 1: Community members were invited to submit a name for the park online (hard copy forms were also available from Berry Public School and Berry Post Office).

Step 2: Voting is now open on a shortlist of names that best represent the naming criteria. Voting closes 30 May 2018. See below for more details and to vote.


Further Information

For further information, please contact Council's Social Infrastructure Planner, Liliana Hutchinson on (02) 4429 3372 or email liliana.hutchinson@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au.


  • Name Your Park - Voting Open!

    Council recently sought nominations for the naming of the area currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'.

    The very best names have been shortlisted and Council is now inviting members of the community to vote for their favourite name.

    Voting closes 30 May 2018. 

    Council recently sought nominations for the naming of the area currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'.

    The very best names have been shortlisted and Council is now inviting members of the community to vote for their favourite name.

    Voting closes 30 May 2018. 

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    Name Your Park - Submit a Name

    Council is seeking nominations for the naming of the area currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'. 

    Step 1: Submit a name before midnight on 16 May 2018

    Step 2: A shortlist of the very best names will be displayed from 17 May 2018. Be sure to return to vote for your favourite shortlisted name between 17-30 May 2018. If you supply an email address, we will email you when this stage opens.

    Council is seeking nominations for the naming of the area currently referred to as 'Berry District Park'. 

    Step 1: Submit a name before midnight on 16 May 2018

    Step 2: A shortlist of the very best names will be displayed from 17 May 2018. Be sure to return to vote for your favourite shortlisted name between 17-30 May 2018. If you supply an email address, we will email you when this stage opens.

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