Specialty Shops, Crafts & Antiques
The Weaver's Cottages Studio
104a High Street
OATLANDS Tasmania 7120
Phone 0490 005 257
Open weekends 10 - 4 and at other times by appointment.
Textile artist's working studio with goods made in Oatlands: gifts, clothing and accessories. Visiting artists in residence, details on facebook page. Originally built in 1838 by Thomas Burbury, the Weaver's Studio forms the shop part of this historic colonial home. A weaver from Coventry whose brief and possibly reluctant role in the Luddite movement landed him in Van Diemen's Land in 1832, Burbury worked and took advantage of good luck to became a successful Tasmanian businessman and community leader whose descendants still live in the state. His humble origins inspire my working studio on the far side of the world.
Historic Elm Cottage (Circa 1837)
Historic Elm Cottage is the home to Apple House Australia. Designer children’s and ladies' wear, country style home wares, furniture and gifts.
Apple House australia
Winton Antiques/Provincial Interior Antiques
Home and Garden Décor
Gifts and Skincare
Oatlands Antiques & Collectables
Kevin & Monika Keane
78 High Street
OATLANDS Tasmania 7120
Phone 03 6254 0020
Situated in the picturesque town of Oatlands, between Hobart and Launceston, Oatlands Antiques and Collectables offers a wide variety of locally sourced and imported antiques.
Owners Kevin and Monika Keane have transformed the old General Store, built in 1837, into a treasure trove full of Antiques and Collectables where you are sure to find something you will love. Whether you are looking for a quality piece of furniture for the empty space in the lounge room, or a gift for someone who has everything, why not try us.
We also purchase house lots of furniture and antiques privately, so if there is something you have been thinking of selling, we would be more than happy to take a look at it for you.
Redland Distillery had found a new home at historic Dysart House, Kempton, Tasmania. The grand coaching inn, built in 1842 by convict embezzler turned-innkeeper, William Ellis, was one of the finest inns on the road from Hobart to Launceston where weary travellers and their horses could rest overnight. The convict brick stables, once home to 22 horses, now houses Redlands' Tasmanian-made copper still.
The main residence, open to the public in late February 2016, will house our cellar door, whisky tasting rooms and cafe. We look forward to welcoming you soon.