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View Street Bazaar

Unique Gifts Bendigo


Hours: 6 days. Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm ; Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm. Note: Closed 5th to 9th August 2019.

Phone: (03) 5442 9951

The bazaar offers an excitingly different shopping experience with curios from all corners of the globe jostling for space amongst contemporary jewellery, modern
decor and maritime objects. The collection includes an eclectic mix of antique, art deco and retro pieces all chosen because
of their interesting edge.

Description

View Street Bazaar is located opposite the Art gallery in View St Bendigo in the middle of Bendigo’s Arts and Antiques precinct. On the edge of Bendigo’s CBD and just a short walk or taxi ride from the railway station it is easily accessible for visitors and locals.
Day trip visitors to Bendigo can enjoy the architectural history, beautiful gardens, food and wine and visit the shops of View St all within 500m of the CBD.
Most long weekends feature special events in Bendigo or the surrounding towns, with the annual climax the Bendigo Easter Fair. The Rotary Easter Art show, Antique fair and Book fair all offer something different for those interested in arts and collectables in addition to the many local businesses that trade in antique and vintage goods.
At different times you will find for sale in View Street Bazaar:
- Vintage crockery, cutlery and glassware
- Old bottles, stoneware and pottery
- Stylish jewellery, scarves and accessories (including some fair trade items)
- Paintings, prints and wall hangings
- Many and varied collectables (kitchenalia, garagenalia, old postcards, maps, tobacconalia)
- Interesting and unique décor items
- Model toys, desk ornaments, figurines

91 View Street, Bendigo

Directions

Located in the heart of Bendigo at 91 View Street, 200m from the Alexandra Fountain, directly across the road from the Bendigo Art Gallery.

We have managed to obtain a range of Royal memorabilia, collectables, books and magazines which will be on display and available for purchase during the Tudors to Windsors exhibition