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- The mechanical art works.
So much to see, and spread out, not crowded
The artists imagination… brilliant.
The artists 👩🎨 use of colour.Written 27 October 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Fantastic cafe. Very friendly staff and great food. Highly recommend. All day breakfast option and good range of hit drinks. Lovely artwork on walls for saleWritten 22 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Looking at the hand blown glass at the Ken Rowe exhibition. Lovely pieces. Lovely pictures as well. Friendly staffWritten 20 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great place crammed full of antiques, collectables and second-hand treasures. Prices a bit steep on some items, but if you hunt around there are a few bargains to be discovered. All manner of ephemera too.Written 17 May 2020
- Beautiful scenery Accomodation was comfortable. 3explorers motel friendly staff. COVIDSafe check in and out.Written 15 April 2022
- Black Antiques is a wonderful den of antiques, statuary, garden ornaments, old books, furniture, artworks, rugs, bric-a-brac, whatnots and so much more. It's now been thoroughly organised and is a pleasure to visit. The owners are friendly and knowledgable and the prices are truly realistic and affordable. We found some rare book treasures here and a beautiful Victorian (-style?) wine table which is exactly what we needed to fit a special nook in our home library. This is one of the special antiques places in the beautiful Blue Mountains. Definitely worth a visit!Written 17 May 2020
- The first thing you notice about this place will be the really friendly staff. We ordered the Real Hot Chocolate, a definite must try. It comes with a generous supply of chocolate bits that you add into the hot frothy milk. They told us that if we needed more milk for the hot chocolate just ask. That is great service. We also ordered a chocolate thick shake that came in the metal cup. It was also really good. There is also a great range of chocolate, including chocolate koalas, chickens, giant white and milk freckles) as well as a great variety of individual chocolates. The prices are not cheap, however the chocolate is really good, so I think it is worth paying more for especially as a gift for yourself or others.Written 19 April 2021
- My daughter and I loved watching the performance at Waradah. We learnt a lot such as the history of the didgeridoo and the significance of different animals and symbols. The dances and music were mesmerising and my daughter has been imitating the kangaroo dance all afternoon! It would be amazing if these performances could be taken outside, even just occasionally as a special event, as the connection to land and country is a little lost when it's inside such an artificial theatre setting... it would be so amazing to watch the dancing outside in the bush! The performers were so welcoming and friendly.Written 13 October 2018
- The Vintage Emporium hasn't changed much in 20+ years. It's chock full of interesting items and a fun place to spend an hour or so. Probably not the shop for the serious antique collector, but affordable for the rest of us. A good place to pick up some interesting Art Deco pieces.Written 24 September 2022
- Having read some previous reviews I found the staff both friendly, helpful compliant with all Covid-19-19 requirements. You should allocate at least and hour and a half to visitWritten 8 November 2021
- The aromas here will have you salivating as they are cooking their treats just behind the dividing wall. The staff were great, so helpful and happy to go oout the back to find things not on the showroom shelves. Excellent quality produce and a huge range from which to choose. I love their gluten free range and I always stock up to send ouor coeliac daughter who lives in Perth. It is a real treat for her. We can never resist getting goodies for ourselves and it is wonderful to be able to support a local industry.Written 23 January 2023
- This was a lovely place to browse for a while out of the cold. There were many quirky, interesting items with great style, shape and texture. The staff member was welcoming and told us some interesting things. Definitely worth a look.Written 30 June 2016
- Whenever we go to another city, we always head first to the Visitors Centre. There were lots of people that day. Many were looking for attractions.
When it was our turn, we asked for a map of the Blue mountains. We never get lost that way. And its all done for free!
The one who served us was very friendly.
There were lots of pamphlets and it was part of a souvenir shop.
I left with a smile. I had my map!Written 28 April 2018
- went shopping at this place to see if I could find anything for a birthday present that would be different. I left with 6 items : 1950's sunglasses, some crystal glasses, 19th century Wedgwood , some Australian woodcraft, a statue of a dog and a boomerang!!
Did more than the birthday shopping!!great placeWritten 9 May 2017