Located near Dunkeld, Grampians Goods Co creates and curates a natural lifestyle product collection that goes beyond simple utility. Inspired by the rugged grandeur of the Grampians region—the landscape and cultivated surrounds—their collection bridges the gap between your need for nurturing and your adventurous spirit. They offer honest goods to elevate your senses, aligning any given space with your own sense of style and individuality. Snuggle up with one of their recycled wool Scottish clan tartan blankets, be transported when you light one of their synthetic fragrance-free aromatherapy candles — and share these goods with your loved ones! A place to indulge in the unpretentious luxury of The Grampians.
Whilst in Dunkeld, be sure to stop at Gerard Murphy Furniture. Here you can shop and source beautiful, quality timber pieces. Gerard is a second-generation furniture maker with more than 30 years’ experience. His designs are uniquely crafted from a range of fine, sustainably harvested Australian timber, including local Red Gum. If you’re staying a while why not take advantage of Gerard’s consultation service to collaboratively design a bespoke piece for your home.
Treat yourself to something divine at Dot and Frankie, located in the heart of Halls Gap. They specialise in ethical fashion, organic skincare, sustainable jewellery and accessories, so you can take home something beautiful for you and for the planet. Their products are also Australian Made and Owned, with a focus on championing local Grampians’ creators.
Next door to Dot and Frankie, discover luxe and bespoke jewellery and wares at Russ Studio Jewellers. Each item is crafted by jeweller Karen Russ and silversmith Dave Russ who take inspiration from the rugged landscape and its unique flora and fauna. Take home a piece of the region made by the duo to remind you of your journey. Alternatively, you can also choose from their range of items by fellow Australian manufacturers and designers featuring beautiful Australian diamonds and gemstones.
Imagine a breathtaking reminder of the Grampians region in your living room, home office or dining room. Ros McArthur Art Studio offers a range of stunning oil paintings on canvas, stretched canvas and board that are inspired by the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park. Located just south of Halls Gap, Ros’s studio is a must-visit for those wanting to treasure a piece of the Grampians forever.
Discover and support Grampians’ local makers and growers at the Hamilton Hamper. They offer a carefully curated selection of gifts and wares that encapsulate the creators of Southwest Victoria, from handmade ceramics to organic cotton clothing. They also have a beautiful range of Hamilton Hamper labelled boutique wines and quality gourmet foods – perfect for settling in for a quick bite after your shop.
Over in the Western Grampians’ Wimmera region, Dimboola Imaginarium is a local icon for boutique shopping. Housed in a former National Bank of Australasia red-brick building, the Renaissance-style architecture boasts charm and delight. The whimsical store showcases quirky and unique gifts from all over the world. You never know what magical item you’ll find in the Dimboola Imaginarium!
For over 25 years James McMurtrie has been using traditional techniques and tools to skilfully craft high quality glass art. The unique pieces are functional and sculptural, making them an impressive gift or souvenir from your Grampians travels. James’ studio and gallery is located just 15 kilometres from Halls Gap. Pay a visit to enjoy the rare beauty of glassblowing in action and learn about the clever practice from James himself.
Rupanyup Living is a fresh take on country living bringing together a vibrant collection of gifts and homewares. Located in the charming Victorian farming town of Rupanyup, the store is a little oasis of style not-to-be-missed. Owner Claire Morgan has carefully curated the range to highlight unique products by Australian designers and draw inspiration from the Wimmera landscape.