(just until recently Sugden/Hamilton Gallery and Ceramics)
A once in a lifetime opportunity for large commercial space in Historic Braidwood in prime location – fantastic space for studio, gallery, shop or office suites at ground floor level and why not double the size – with its own mezzanine level.
COMMERCIAL - in a historic building in Braidwood’s main Street – in an imposing building with full street facing display windows – the first building that will catch the eyes of the visitor to the town from the north. Approximately 110m2 down stairs floor space with built in shelves around the walls as well as another 108m2 newly refurbished space above the shop on a mezzanine level with internal stair access. The sky's the limit with possibilities for this beautiful shop.
Mill Pond Farm, 660 Majors Creek Road Jembaicumbene via Braidwood
The new Wheatfield Gallery at the historic Mill Pond Farm is proud to invite you to a delightful exhibition about tea and the extraordinary items made for it. Includes:
Magnificent collection of antique tea and coffee accessories -
Centerpiece: 1803 Australian Colonial tea caddy made in Port Philip Camp by a convict for the Governor - the most valuable antique tea caddy in the world!
18th & 19th Century tea caddies
early English porcelain
teapots, kettles, urns
tea & serving tables,
tea advertising tems
tea and coffee serving accessories
paintings and prints about the fine art of tea and coffee.
Items range in value from around $50 to $5,000.
Open Saturdays and Sundays 10.00am to 4.00pm, otherwise by appointment (tel 0438 126 987)
Welcome to Our Town, Braidwood
Our Braidwood is the first Town listed on the NSW State Heritage register in 2007
Its location is ideal: an easy driving distance from Canberra, the South Coast or Goulburn, and only three hours from Sydney - an easy day trip to discover Braidwood's treasures or for a weekend getaway.
Braidwood businesses have been welcoming visitors for over 150 years whether seeking their fortunes on the goldfields, seeking relaxation, good food and the cultural attractions of a un-spoilt country town.
What is so special about Our Town, Historic Braidwood?
If you are on the road - stop and take a break, look at the many tempting wares displayed in historic buildings on Wallace Street, the main street, or the pretty tree lined Duncan Street off Wallace Street or visit the antiques and collectable shops on Erlington or Riley streets - both parallel to Wallace Street.
If you are looking for a weekend getaway, you do not need to look further - you can find something to your taste - from motels, hotels, pub-stays to B & Bs and self contained accommodation in town or in the bush, in Araluen, Majors Creek or in the heart of the Deua National Park.
Heritage Listed Braidwood and its surrounding villages and country side has everything you need: breathtaking nature, romantic accommodation, fine restaurants and indulgent shopping.
You can still find old fashioned service and those things you used to love - homemade burgers, boiled lollies, handcrafted items, toys, models and works by renowned artists and craftsmen.
About the Directory
This directory lists and provides information on those Braidwood businesses that have joined together and sponsor this website.
You'll find suggestions about where to -
stay or eat
visit or shop
find antiques & collectables
find a variety of services and specialties.
We made it easy for you, just use the links at the left side of any page, and find the specials at the right.