Angie says the mar­ket is sta­ble in Ger­ringong at the mo­ment and rea­son­ably priced prop­er­ties are sell­ing well, with de­mand for fam­ily homes in the area. “Peo­ple are at­tracted to the mix of life­style that the area of­fers,” she ex­plains. “You have a beach/ocean cul­ture: gor­geous beaches, rock plat­forms, fish­ing and surf­ing on one hand; and on the other hand a ru­ral nat­u­ral life­style: rolling green hills, farm­ing, na­tional parks and lots of fresh air. It truly is where the moun­tains meet the sea. Peo­ple are also at­tracted to the prox­im­ity to Syd­ney. It is an achiev­able day trip for cul­tural ac­tiv­i­ties and all the ameni­ties that a ma­jor city of­fers.”

CLOCK­WISE, FROM TOP LEFT Werri Beach; Fern St. Kiosk use as much lo­cal pro­duce as pos­si­ble, in­clud­ing ge­lato cre­ated by lo­cal busi­ness, The Pines; a street hub in Ger­ringong; the din­ing area in the Farm­house at Soul of Ger­ringong; a salad bowl at Fern St. Kiosk; the view from Buena Vista Farm. FAC­ING PAGE A pool on the Ger­ringong coast­line.

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