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Antiquing in South Australia

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South Australia is a treasure trove of Australian antiques. Perhaps because of it’s rich heritage or perhaps because of the fantastic community that love to keep history alive. At the end of the day, South Australia is a great place for antiquing treasure hunters, and here’s why.

There’s a huge range of awesome antique shops. Buyers will delight in exploring the diverse and eclectic range of stores. Make sure you check out the Antique Market which has a huge range of rambling antique collector’s stalls and collections. You’ll find things ranging from trinkets to more serious treasures of days gone by. You’ll find them on Grote St in Adelaide opposite the Hilton and Central Market.

Find fantastic vintage clothing, industrial goodies, rustic furniture, second hand books, music memorabilia, vinyls, 70’s clothing, second hand dealer buyers and more, check out Pedlars Antique Market in Maylands.

Antique Bazaar of Strathalbyn located, surprisingly, in Strathalbyn have dirt cheap vintage collectables, it’s a popular sport for antique sellers to shop, meaning you’ll need a keen eye and a dab hand at haggling, but well worth it for those who delve.

Pristine Antiques has an eclectic range of antiques suited for pickers and collectors.

Tusmore is a huge shop, known for it’s incredible mix of furniture, memorabilia, signage, collectables and weird and bizarre gadgets.

You’ll find many other places scattered around and don’t forget about the fantastic markets, also great places to find something long lost but valuable still.

 

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