JINDYANDY MILL Shopping • Craft • Dining
An exciting experience of gifts, craft, art, furniture, food and much more. Jindyandy, located on picturesque pasture lands, takes you to the old world atmosphere of one of Australia's oldest convict built brick buildings.
In a quiet lush garden setting the original Jindyandy Mill was built by convicts in 1830 and the surrounding buildings hold an interesting and unique range of products.
Centrally located in the Shoalhaven on NSW's south coast
- 2.5 hour drive south of Sydney
- 1.5 hour drive south of Woolongong
- 10min drive east of Nowra
- 15min drive north of Jervis Bay
- 45min drive south of Berry
- 15min drive to the beaches
- 15min drive to the boat ramps
Jindyandy, a destination in itself....
The historic Jindyandy Mill has become one of the coasts favourite spots for serious shoppers who are constantly amazed by what they find... Antiques and collectables, the scrapbooking store, tasteful gifts for the house and garden and a selection of local and international lollies, honey, jams, spices and creative condiments, you won't find anything like this anywhere else.
The cluster of buildings set on a few lush acres also includes Greendale's Café & Restaurant and the fully self contained holiday cottages with its country living decor and sunny outlook over the pristine lands.
A stay here will so remove you from the rest of the world you won't want to leave. Travel on and discover quaint coastal villages; Greenwell Point, Culburra Beach, Huskisson, Callala and Currarong which offer lots of other accommodation, restaurants, cafés and services not to mention the great beaches and fishing spots along the coast and in Jervis Bay.
Jindyandy Mill – 719 Greenwell Point Road PYREE NSW
OPEN 10am – 4pm Wednesday to Sunday (Open on public holiday Monday's and open 7 days in school holidays)
Located on the south coast of NSW, east of Nowra, just north of Jervis Bay, in an area known as the Shoalhaven.
For enquiries and cottage bookings please call Sally on (02) 4447 0258 or 0434 991 565