Shopping Guide | Ladies Fashion


Tip – start at the western end of queen street and work your way down, most of the boutiques are on the northern side of the road with the exception of Bliss & Co and Regal on Queen. 

Amara Home 

Very stylish, well-curated by Natasha and her team, interiors and fashion boutique featuring resort style labels including Shoalhaven Heads home grown local Ainslee Hansens Hansen and Gretel label, Camilla and Marc, St Agni, Magali Pascal, Matteau, Bird and Knoll.
Perfect holiday selection of neutral and linen every day – to something special, brands include Assembly Label and Zoe Kratzmann.
You will feel like you’ve walked into a beach house on a sunny day in Jo’s store. Jo has curated a range of homewares and fashion brands that capture a “Cabana” vibe. The range of linen and beach kaftans are perfect for coastal holidays. Jo stocks an extensive range of Artist Jai Vasicek’s work.
Christina and her artist husband Craig Handley capture the essence of the South Coast as a coastal holiday destination across both Christina’s beautifully curated fashion boutique and Craig through his work. Long Weekend store features stylish smart casual wear with brands including Irving & Powel, Amano Colab by Lorena Laing and Apartment clothing.
This store is a new addition to Berry, it has a fresh, fun and young vibe with brands including Lilya, Staple the Label and By Johnny.
Freya and her husband are well-known locals and owners of Milkwood cafe and were previous owners of the famous Berry Sourdough Bakery. The Picnic Shed was previously co-located with the bakery but has moved to its new location adjacent to Milkwood. Freya has a great eye and curates a small but lovely selection of apparel featuring beautiful fabrics from brands including Hobo and Hatch, Layla Linen and KloTH designs
Bernice, the owner of Regal on Queen is one of the famous 12 Robinson siblings from Berry. The family are well known racehorse trainers and Bernice is also often helping on beach and trail rides with Regal Riding School. Her son is one of the “Inspired Unemployed” and niece Jen Robinson is a very well-known international human rights lawyer so you never know who you might see in the store! Bernice has a lovely range of smart casual, well priced ladies clothing and accessories.
This store is a berry institution, established by Bonnie and Leigh 20 years ago it is everyone’s favourite place to purchase a beautiful pyjama set or gift.
This is a collective store with a few fashion components including a designer second-hand collection.



Owner and Shoalhaven Heads local, Louise Fenton Jones is a highly experienced fashion industry identity who stocks an incredible range of high quality independent and ethically made labels including Jiva Clothing and Alessandra.



This is a very well-established surf shop that has an excellent selection of swimwear, wetsuits and other clothing items which are beach holiday “must haves”.
Casual, beach style dresses and accessories.
The beautifully fitted out fashion boutique caters to younger, style and eco-conscious women.