People far and wide have said what they love about Berrima, why not pass the microphone over to some of the village's unique businesses to hear what they love about the village?
Berrima's businesses are one of the major factors that keep the city going, and what many people have fallen in love with.
Louise Bruce: Berrima Village Pottery
Louise Bruce has lived in Berrima for 20 years, said there are many things she loves about the village.
"I love that it's such a community," she said.
"Everyone is on board to love the village.
"The way everyone supported each other in bushfires and Covid gave me real hope for the future."
She also mentioned that Berrima could also be a feeling.
"Everyday I wake up and think "wow"," she added.
"It has the best home vibe.
"I also love the natural beauty.
"I feel privileged to live in such a beautiful village."
For Ms Bruce, there are many treasures that are on her doorstep in Berrima.
"I love going across the road for a coffee in the morning,"
"There are also pubs, amazing restaurants everywhere."
Glenie Rubin: Miss Olive May
Bowral resident Glenie Rubin has had Miss Olive May for five years in Berrima.
Like Ms Bruce, the village gives Mrs Rubin positive feelings.
"Just the atmosphere you get is really relaxed," she said.
"We think about how lucky we are to drive out here every morning."
Mrs Rubin also mentioned her love for people who come to the village, who made each day unique.
"You get a diverse crowd, she said.
"They are all very peaceful and friendly.
"No day is ever the same. I am always enthusiastic for what each day brings."
Si Philby: Berrima Vault House
For Berrima Vault House co-owner Si Philby, the village provides opportunities to connect with the local community and its producers.
"We try and hero and work with local farmers and produce," he said.
"People and produce are some of the most exciting parts of Australia.
"We try to bring people to Berrima for its producers and other small businesses."
He said this opportunity was more apparent after the Weekend Sunrise broadcast, and the region coming back to life after the pandemic.
"It almost feels like a new chapter for Berrima," he said.
"Having the country lifestyle in a preserved village, and its location means its beauty and charm are accessible."
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