How to find  Flying Pig Precinct  

Flying Pig Precinct is located in the main shopping block, on Alexandra Street, at Berry, South of Sydney.

By car we are about 1.5 to 2 hours drive from Sydney and about 3 hours from Canberra (via the Illawarra Highway).

By train the journey is a bit longer (about 3 hours from Central). The South Coast line runs through the Royal National Park (the oldest national park in the world). You will most likely change trains at Kiama (same platform). After Kiama you'll be travelling on some real historic rail systems - single line working with electric staff. The countryside is beautiful as you race in your little train between the seaside and the escarpments. Alight at Berry and walk along Alexandra Street. (The wonderful lemon smell near the station comes from a stand of old lemon gums planted in commemoration of Australians lost at war.)

Cross Queen Street and you're a hop step and a jump away. Look out for the old building with a veranda onto the street. It's painted the colour of the Illawarra flame tree (red/orange) with a dark purple shopfront.

Inside the gallery is the "Flying Pig" - a sculpture by artist Daniel Jenkins.

Flying Pig Precinct is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10am to 4pm. Closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

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- 2000/2002
12-14 Alexandra Street (PO Box 105) Berry NSW 2535 AUSTRALIA
tel) +61 2 4464 3402 fax) +61 2 4464 3426
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