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Beaufort Christmas Shop, Gifts & Cafe

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Beaufort Christmas Shop, Gifts & Café sells over 1000 ever-changing gift ideas, at wholesale prices, for all occasions. Five rooms are dedicated to shopping. One ‘room’ is the 1862 Heritage Methodist Church. Here you experience the magic of Christmas, all year round. The original timber sloping floor and ceiling add to the overwhelming sense of nostalgia. Lose yourself in Christmas – past, present and future.

The other four rooms and Café are in the adjoining Hall. Stock is categorized into sections, which makes it easy for you to explore. There is a bit of everything. You can choose unique gifts from homewares, kitchen, baby and children’s, man-cave, local produce, garden, knick-knacks, scarves, and handbags. You may even decide on a personalized hamper.

As you walk around this mini emporium experience, you can’t help but get inspired. There is so much to choose from. There are exclusive ‘one of a kind’ gifts, which makes this shopping experience special. Before you know it, your shopping basket is full.

Like yourself, the owner Jessica, knows a bargain when she sees it. She passes on the wholesale prices to you. She selects all gifts herself and cooks everything for the Café. Enjoy her cakes, slices, and delicious varying light lunches. With free parking out the back and in front of the church, this place is a hidden gem!

CONTACT INFORMATION

69 Neil street , Beaufort, VIC 3373Get directions

TUE: 9am - 4pm
WED: 9am - 4pm
THU: 9am - 4pm
FRI: 9am - 4pm
SAT: 9am - 3pm
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The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.