You need this guide
To have a personal guide is a huge advantage when exploring our region and when that guide fits neatly into the pocket, it’s even better. The Pocket Guide to Retro and Fashion of the Bendigo Region is a good friend for any traveller. By building their own personal itinerary, visitors can choose, where and in what direction to take that allows the freedom to include other sights and interest points, making the excursion even more enjoyable. The guide has been designed by key destinations within the Bendigo Region to make the journey delightful. This is a snapshot of just what can be found in the region.
Wear J’a Get That
Mandy Tranter is the ‘go to’ lady in Maryborough for something precious and collectible. Known for creating eye catching displays, she regularly changes her windows to dramatic effect, attracting locals and tourists alike. Wear j’a Get That is best known for its wonderful range of new and vintage quirky fashion for women and men, including jewellery, accessories and sunglasses. A fantastic source for fashion items or a distinctive gift for those who appreciate a treasured find. 77 Nolan Street Maryborough. Open Wednesday – Friday 10am – 4pm and Saturday 10am – midday.
View Street Bazaar
Being in the centre of the Arts and Antiques precinct of Bendigo, View Street Bazaar is a mecca for the seeker of new, but mostly old treasures. With an interesting range of collectibles, you may find kitchenware, stylish jewellery, scarves and accessories, wall art, nautical memorabilia, old postcards, maps, figurines and more! With a mix of antiques, art deco and retro pieces, the style is eclectic and worthy of investigation. Located opposite the Art gallery at 91 View Street, Bendigo. Open 10am – 5pm daily.
About Time Vintage
About Time Vintage in Maldon is one of those hidden gems that once found, you return to time and again. Featuring a unique collection of vintage, retro, revamped and designer clothing and accessories, exquisite jewellery, records and antiques, there is more here than you would ever expect to find in a small town, but then Maldon prides itself on its links to its history. You’ll enjoy the journey. 9 Main Street, Maldon. Open Wednesday and Friday – Sunday 10am 5pm.
Inglewood Emporium is a huge shop – formerly the town’s original grocery store built in 1861 that still has an original Bushells tea sign inviting customers to explore the range that is arranged carefully and thoughtfully to make browsing easier. Featuring a wide selection of vintage and antique treasures, items range from clothing, through to furniture, grocery packaging and containers, metal signs, fishing items, even motorbikes. 76 – 80 Brooke Street, Inglewood. Open 7 days 10am – 5pm.