It’s time to toff the trencher, tip the trilby and flay the fascinator. The BreakFast Club is going all fancy on its annual pilgrimage to Berry. The dress regulations for this year? Bring your favourite headwear along for the trip! Beanies, scarves, helmets, wigs – if it goes on your head (or can fit with a bit of Macgyver know how) slap it on and join us!
Leaving Heathcote, we will wind our way along the Old Princes Highway to Bulli Tops. Taking the Appin Road, we will drop into Broughton Pass and through Wilton before regrouping at the rest area on Picton Road. Onward down Mount Keira, we will pause in Mt Kembla before making a last stint to Berry.
The run is a Way Point Run, meaning you drive at whatever pace you feel most comfortable with. The group will be waiting at each waypoint. This run is relatively simple in route, meaning little opportunity for cars to get lost.
Berry is a wonderful place to spend a lazy Sunday with bountiful cafes, homeware stores and craft shops to peruse. After breakfast, feel free to wander about the town, join a drive back with some likeminded Breakfast Clubbers or cruise through the adjacent towns including Kangaroo Valley, Gerringong or Jamberoo for some lunch or a spot of further shopping.
Way Points for GPS:
Picton Rd rest area (east bound)
Mt Kembla Public School
Bookshop Café Berry
PLEASE ENSURE THE PETROL TANK IN YOUR VEHICLE IS FULL BEFORE DEPARTING HEATHCOTE