On June 14 the Berry branch of the Country Women's Association held an event to officially open the hall after renovations.
The renovation of the hall on Victoria Street in Berry is complete with a new kitchen, ramp and fresh paint.
CWA president Emily Boorer was thrilled with the event.
"We have waited a long time, worked hard and jumped through many hoops [for the refurbishment]," Ms Boorer said.
Life members - Lorna Knapp, Margaret Mathers, Marie De La Torre and Edna Grant - cut the ribbon and the hall was ready for business.
People traveled from Kiama, the Wollondilly and Jervis Bay for the opening.
Members of the Berry historical society, gardening club, Men's Shed and CWA branches from around the region were present to celebrate the refurbishment.
After speeches and a lively performance by Marie Da La Torre and the Choir Ladies attendees enjoyed the famous hospitality of the CWA.
A selection of sausage rolls, cakes, pastries and scones with jam and cream were washed down with hot tea and laughter.
The next item in the agenda for the hard working women is to build a wheelchair accessible toilet for the hall.