Say hello to a good buy ...
We’re a generous part of the world – bursting to share our wares with locals and visitors at any chance we get. And every day, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to take a leisurely browse, bag a bargain or to pick up a unique keepsake or something tasty for dinner!
If market hopping is your thing, the calendar is loaded with dates to go a-hunting. Each market and each location has its own personality – all vibrant and bringing together a diverse range of items to tempt and treat you. If it’s fresh produce you’re after, Wednesday’s Farmers’ Market in Kiama is a ‘must visit’ affair, attracting farmers and producers from miles around.
But there’s plenty more on offer here. Right throughout the Kiama area, you’ll find many boutiques, clothing stores and gift shops all ably matching their city counterparts in the retail stakes. In Gerringong and Jamberoo, it’s a mix of antiques, art, beachy fashion and homewares, while Kiama’s boutique shopping trail has its own map – pick it up from one of the 19 participating stores or at the Kiama Visitor Information Centre.
Beachside Emporium is a unique concept store. The business operates as a homewares, furniture, fashion and gift store, and a niche independent gallery. The gallery showcases works by established and emerging artists, artisan jewellers, fashion and textile designers. The store has a strong focus on supporting and promoting local and Australian art. It is a beautifully presented store with a diverse offering appealing to a client base covering all ages. This business is for sale. View link for more information.Learn More
Play, Shop, Learn. Discover a wonderland of beads & accessories. See for yourself why the love of beads reside in the Shack. Bead Shack is a family owned business based in the seaside town of Gerringong. Visit our shop and discover our wonderful range. Everyone is welcome at Bead Shack! Creative Workshops from $15 per person for all ages.Learn More
The South Coast Destination for Art Lovers Located in the charming seaside town of Gerringong, Fern Street Gallery is a fine-art gallery run by South Coast Artists. Home to a select group of local artists, host to frequent exhibitions by national artists and an array of art workshops, there is always something new to explore. See website for current exhibitions, workshops and this weeks opening hours: www.fernstreetgallery.com.auLearn More
Footsies is a gorgeous boutique located inside Edessa Arcade, 3/90 Terralong Street, Kiama. We have a wonderful range including: Women’s clothingJeansShoes & SandalsHandbagsHatsJewellery Men’s Bamboo clothingMen’s accessories (bamboo undies & socks)Men’s leather beltsWomen’s socksScarves and much more…. Footsies shoes range in size 35-44 (5-12) in selected styles. Some of our styles are for the wider foot including leather nodule shoes, providing wonderful comfort and support. Priced from $30 with a wide range of styles and colours. Our Women’s clothing sizes cater to most sizes from 6 up to size 22. Our Men’s bamboo clothing sizes range from small to 5XL. Come on in to Footsies for good old-fashioned service with a smile!Learn More
Jamberoo Newsagency is your typical country town newsagency, providing newspapers, magazines, stationery and lottery products. As well as a range of giftware, toys, games, cards and gift cards. Also mobile phones, recharge credits, and accessories.Jamberoo Newsagency also acts as a Visitor Centre - tucked away in the Jamberoo Valley and surrounded by dairy country. It is located in Allowrie Street next to the picturesque Jamberoo Pub. The Jamberoo Newsagency Visitor Centre provides a broad range of services for the tourist and traveller which includes maps, information on local and regional attractions, events and gives assistance with accommodation and other services as required.Jamberoo is only five minutes from the Minnamurra Rainforest and five minutes from the Jamberoo Action Park.Learn More
Kiama Seaside Markets are held the third Sunday of every month and on occasional public holidays. Extra markets are usually held in April & June and again in January. Spend the day in beautiful Kiama and browse through the popular seaside craft market. Inspect the array of country craft, artisan and antique ware on display, as well as bric-a-brac, collectibles, plants and beautiful homemade items. A great shopping experience for the whole family, right in the heart of Kiama. Definitely worth a visit!Learn More
“Pottery at Old Toolijooa School” is an award-winning cottage-industry workshop. It’s on the site of the original school set up by Alexander Berry in 1871 for tenant farmers’ children. We make most kinds of pottery... mugs, plates, teapots, bowls, owls and pussycats, wombats, dragons, little stoneware animals. Visitors are always welcome. Depending on the day, you may see pots being made, or fired, or glazed. Or just browse about in the display room, and enjoy the wide variety of finished items, for sale at what potters call “kiln-door” prices. Open when? All day, most days, since we live and work on the premises. And where? Right beside the highway, about 13 km south of Kiama. It’s a pleasant drive down here, but of course we do go out sometimes, so feel free to phone if you want to be sure.Learn More