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Great range of pictures, furniture and jewellery

Went in here after coffee at the eighbouring cafe, Some most exqusite tables made from single... read more

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London
amazing sculptures, furniture, ceramics, glassware, wall art

A large gallery with breathtaking furniture in local wood as its centrepiece, but lots of quality... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2018
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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

A really interesting gallery full of beautiful things. A bit pricey, but a weak Pound no doubt makes it worse. Very friendly staff who were more than happy to give their time to explain more about the artists works.

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Reviewed 12 February 2018

Some staggeringly huge tables and pieces of furniture made out of local wood. Great to look around even if not practicable to buy the bigger things!
Some good paintings also.
Worth a stop.

Thank colin49uk
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Reviewed 3 February 2018

Have lunched here on numerous occasions after playing in the surf and have always enjoyed the amazing food and serene setting! Highly recommended if you’re in this neck of the woods!

Thank Yowie17
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Reviewed 7 January 2018 via mobile

This has a great range of items from sculptures made from old farm implements to wooden items mm ade from local timbers of all sizes from large pieces of furniture to small jewelry type boxes and to art pieces. All items are for sale but the diversity and skill demonstrated in the items is definitely worth the time and trouble of going out of your way to see it. I have a personal preference for looking at the timber items but they are all worth looking at. Lots of things worth looking at and I think the place actually proves to me that you don't have to own something to appreciate it.

Thank 300edl
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James H, Owner at Boranup Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 4 May 2018

Thanks for your appreciation Ed.

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Reviewed 6 January 2018

Some of the furniture here is jaw dropping and it is worth going just to see it - made from the local woods by master craftsmen and women of the area. A beautiful, exquisite desk for your corporate office would set you back about $30,000 + but they have much smaller and less costly items including many paintings, jewellery, pottery, sculptures and wooden items - there is plenty to look at and admire. I would have liked much of it in my home! We took well over an hour to look around. It is free and a gold coin donation is invited and it is well worth it - really the furniture and art work are magnificent. There is a cafe next door which is a cheap coffee and muffin/sandwich type place. There are toilets. It is also near Boranup Forest and the drive through the big Karri trees there is stunning and a must do. A great combination.

Thank RachelGreenTravel
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James H, Owner at Boranup Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 4 May 2018

Thanks for visiting Rachel, glad you enjoyed our gallery.

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