Although its location classifies Bathurst as a regional town, you’d be wrong to assume that the city can’t provide even the fussiest of shoppers with a dose of retail therapy. There are three major shopping centres - Armada, Bathurst Chase and Bathurst City Centre – but if it is more bespoke and made-in-Bathurst items you’re after, explore the main streets and visit the Bathurst Showground on market day.
Keppel Street Precinct
Located at the Paris end of Bathurst, Keppel Street is home to a range of galleries, beautiful boutiques, old school op shops, cool cafes,
Compleat Angler & Camping World Bathurst has a huge range of fishing, camping, caravanning supplies. We offer a service to the Bathurst and surrounding areas, and our hands on experience in the great outdoors makes sure our customers get the right product to make their adventure enjoyable and relaxing.
Drayshed Nursery is a boutique nursery, coffee and gift shop, 10 kilometres east of Blayney on a working farm and Poll Hereford Stud. With a distinctly country feel this nursery is one that is right on trend this season. Stunning resin jewellery, designer gumboots, water features and a touch of Bali are awaiting you. Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm or by appointment.
Be amazed at the treasures you can uncover at King's Antiques in historic George Street where you will find English antiques, interesting collectables, old wares, decorative items, vintage tea-wares and Goddard's Polish. Indulge your secret love of Antiques Roadshow and explore to the very back of the store assisted by our own experts in the trade, Martin and Judy King.
The Bathurst Region Farmer's Market is held at the Bathurst Showground on the fourth Saturday of each month, 8am to 12 noon. This is where the locals shop for food, plants and value-added produce directly from the grower/maker. Providers sell everything the region has to offer, including fresh meat, cheese, fruit, vegetables and plants.
The Bathurst Wholefood Cooperative was established in November 2011 in response to requests from locals to be able to purchase local and organic foods more regularly than the monthly farmer's market and to provide a market for produce generated by the local farming community. A purchase here supports the local farmers, and provides you with locally grown, farm fresh produce.
Mayfield Nursery and produce store offers a wide range of garden decor items and equipment to enhance your garden. You will also find Mayfield gift ideas and branded gardening products.
The Nursery is open 7 days from 9am - 4.30pm.
Rankin Cottage contains locally handmade items, including arts and crafts, baby items, jams, chutneys and cakes. Made and handcrafted by members of the organisation who volunteer their time promoting handicraft within the Bathurst community. Open 10am - 4pm daily.
The Tablelands Artists Co-operative Gallery, also known as t.arts Gallery opened late 2018. Currently consisting of ten members, the Gallery showcases and sells artworks in many mediums including pottery, pastels, oils, acrylics, photography, etchings, watercolours, textiles, jewellery and accessories.
Home of Hatched and Patched and also stocking unusual giftware, a large range of fabrics, patterns and books. You will always find something interesting to look at and buy. Bus tours are welcome, just call ahead.
The Leadlight Window is situated in the old Lutheran church on the Great Western Highway, Stewart Street. We have a unique range of giftware. Suncatchers, terrariums. water prisms, mosaics, lamps, candle holders, crystals, jewellery and more. We also stock leadlight supplies. Drop in and have a browse, we'd love to see you.