Located in the historic Hammond and Wheatley building, a grand old country figure dating to 1909, this beautifully presented boutique has a wide range of clothing, footwear and homewares, including French linen and …
Most of the produce here is organic and comes from surrounding farms. There are also plenty of secondhand clothes, as well as a cafe, a storyteller for the kids and roving musicians.
A regional sensation, with more than 260 stalls selling fresh produce, artisan food products, craft, clothing and plants.
Secondhand books are stacked to the ceiling in this tiny bookworm-friendly cave.
This opal store also sells a selection of Heartland didgeridoos, which has a stellar reputation for high-quality instruments. Prices range from $250 to $1500.
Bellingen's 110-year-old butter factory now houses a small collection of craft and homewares shops, plus a gallery, opal dealers and a cafe.
Attached to a big fruit-and-vegetable store on the eastern approach to town, this deli-cafe sells baked goods and salads, as well as handy homemade frozen take-away meals.