Shopping Yarra Valley

The townships in the Yarra Valley showcase local craft through various boutiques, providores, farm gates, and markets, providing a unique shopping experience.

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Explore and shop local produce on our Yarra Valley tours from Melbourne.


Explore the village shopping areas in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges to discover vintage items and gourmet souvenirs at specialty shops.

Antiques and quirky finds

Visit Belgrave, Olinda, and Sassafras for unique shops specializing in tea, teddy bears, crafts, candles, antiques, glassware, pottery, and linens. Don't miss the Tea Leaves shops for Melbourne's most comprehensive selection of teas and teapots.

Vintage threads

Explore the variety of vintage stores, second-hand shops, and designer boutiques in the Dandenong Ranges to refresh your wardrobe.

Discover unique vintage items at Sandra V in Tecoma and Walk In Wardrobe Vintage in Belgrave. Browse whimsical souvenirs made by Ranges artists at Treefern Potters and Red Gum Gallery in Olinda. Explore culinary treasures at Vintage Cookbooks in Kallista for inspiration for foodies.

Local producers

Visitors can purchase their favourite bottles from the Yarra Valley's winery cellar doors, some of which offer food options.

Explore potential food and wine pairings at the Yering Station Produce Store, or customize a special occasion with a bottle of sparkling wine from Domaine Chandon.

Explore the experience of shopping directly from local producers in Healesville's Yarra Valley. Pick up fresh pasta from Yarra Valley Pasta, create a cheese platter from Yarra Valley Dairy, and choose from various flavours at the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery.


Yarra Valley Tea Company

Yarra Valley Tea Company is a Certified Organic tea manufacturer located in Coldstream, at the gateway to the Yarra Valley.

The factory specializes in Victorian-grown organic green tea and offers tours to witness the tea-making process. An access-friendly tea emporium is located at the front of the factory, where visitors can explore and purchase from a wide range of Yarra Valley Tea Co teas, local and regional gourmet products and tea wares.


Sassafras Village, located in the Dandenong Ranges, has a quirky teashop filled with a wide range of teapots, mugs, cups, and saucers, along with tea infusers, coffee and coffee makers.

Explore a variety of teas, herbs, and tisanes with over 300 options at the oasis of fragrant and rich aromas. There is a tea for every preference.

Behind The Trees

Behind The Trees consists of two store locations located side by side on a leafy side street of Emerald.

This company curates a collection of unique Australian brands, providing customers with perfect gifts. They believe in not taking life too seriously, and having homes reflects that belief. The team loves bright colours and bold patterns and prioritizes delivering high-quality products.

Behind The Trees is a retail store that offers a welcoming atmosphere supported by a friendly team and community. They have expanded their offerings, including an in-store coffee shop, to provide a unique shopping experience.

You can explore Behind The Trees online store to discover what makes it unique or visit the Incy Wincy Café for a coffee.

Soap Opera Australia

Soap Opera products have high-quality, plant-derived, certified organic ingredients and essential oils. They believe in natural skincare that is luxurious and sustainable for everyone to enjoy. Their products are pure, natural, and free from harsh chemicals, parabens, and preservatives, and are not tested on animals.

Emerald's Shop of Opportunities

Emerald's Shop of Opportunities offers a variety of pre-loved and new items, including clothing, kitchenware, books, artwork, collectibles, antiques, and occasionally rare and unusual items.

All products at Emerald's Shop of Opportunities are carefully selected, and the organization is proud to see their not-for-profit grow as more people choose to keep clothing and second-hand items out of landfills, contributing to waste reduction.

Emerald's Shop of Opportunities can be found in the central area of Emerald, where visitors can enjoy the lovely garden and browse the vintage items for sale.

Bizu studio

The Bizu Glass Studio is on the Left Bank - St Andrews, a historic village characterized by mud-brick architecture and scenic bushland.

Bizu is a Japanese term for beads. Jacqueline and Catherine are lampwork artists who create glass beads using torch flames, which are then turned into jewellery. They also make small bud vases and perfume bottles from borosilicate glass. They offer a variety of handmade gifts, such as scarves made using traditional Japanese shibori techniques, natural soy candles, and cast glass. Additionally, they have vintage glass and Japanese incense available. Visitors can also see paintings by local artists in the micro-gallery and participate in workshops on lampwork, glass, and jewellery making.

On Saturdays, the Left Bank is bustling with visitors being able to enjoy various food and drink options such as wine at Punch Wine Room, coffee and cakes at A Local Baker, woodfired pizzas from A Boy Named Sue, take-home meals and local produce from Sue's Pantry, beer from St Andrews Pub, and shop for gifts at Bright and Sonder, Brigart Pyrography, and St Andrews Market.

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Truffaux Hatmakers

An internationally recognized hat shop specializing in Panama hats, fedoras, felts, caps, berets, scarves, and unique night lights. It is a popular destination for hat enthusiasts in the scenic Dandenong Ranges. The shop offers a variety of hand-crafted hats from around the world, expertly fitted by experienced professionals. Services such as hat steaming, repairs, and advice are also available.

They manufacture their famous Panama hats in Ecuador and sell them globally from Olinda. They offer hats from well-known brands like Stetson, Brixton, Billy Bones, Borsallino, Mucros, and Thomas Cook. After establishing stores in Hawaii, France, and Japan, they have returned to their mountain forest to focus on family and community.

For a distinctive experience, visit and see for yourself.

Alowyn Gardens and Nursery

The gardens at Alowyn are meant to be an informative and educational experience for those interested in gardening and enjoying beautiful gardens. They are designed with shade and comfort in mind, and plant names are displayed to educate and inform visitors about the gardens.

Alowyn Garden spans approximately seven acres and features a design characterized by symmetrical solid lines softened by the surrounding spaces and trees.

The gardens contain seven distinct areas, including a perennial border, a silver birch forest, an edible garden, a parterre garden, and several display gardens.

The parterre garden connects to smaller courtyards and display gardens. A 100-meter-long archway covered with wisteria and roses runs through all areas, leading to a sunken garden and classical fountain.

Visitors leave the gardens through a plant nursery that contains a variety of plants that are featured in the gardens. The nursery focuses on heat-tolerant and frost-resistant plants due to the changing climate.

Kitchen & Butcher

Kitchen & Butcher in Yarra Valley offers a variety of food options, including fine cuts, charcuterie, dairy products, locally-made items, and gift hampers. They also provide catering services and take-home meals.

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