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Heath's Old Wares - CLOSED

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Heath's Old Wares - CLOSED

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12 Station St Burringbar Nsw, Bangalow, New South Wales 2483 Australia
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Hinterland Magic & Glow-worm Experience
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Hinterland Magic & Glow-worm Experience

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First, you will go to an epic lookout for a welcoming introduction. Followed by, an incredible swim at a classic waterfall. From there, we will see an amazing glow-worm tunnel, to contemplate these magical creatures and learn more about them! Also, be amazed at a well-hidden rainforest temple in the Hinterland, where you will experience some true original Byron Bay vibes. Then, eat a yummy vegetarian dinner in nature before enjoying more amazing views on our way back. Everything filled with conscious talks, inspirational ideas and live sacred instruments.<br>Away from the crowded town, the Hinterland hides the magic of the Rainbow Region. Discover the spiritual Byron Bay famous for its natural beauty and counterculture vision. From a secret waterfall to a glow-worm experience. You will have fun and learn a lot so you can Rise Up into the best version of yourself!
$76.74 per adult
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SunlitGypsy wrote a review Oct 2015
Sanur, Indonesia58 contributions11 helpful votes
We stumbled onto this treasure and spent over an hour looking back down memory lane and really enjoying our heritage. Can't fault it but it was closing down.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Kim B wrote a review Feb 2015
Stanthorpe, Australia67 contributions33 helpful votes
My husband and I stumbled across this place while visiting the area and couldn't believe our eyes. If you were looking for something real and steeped in history then this is the place to come. So well organised it is quite easy to spot your area of interest and go from there. The man in charge delighted us with a story about a particular piece and seemed quite happy to chat. We found the price of old paperbacks to be a bit steep but if you love old boxes as we do you'll have quite a few to pick from.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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luvqualityfud wrote a review Jun 2013
Randwick, Australia64 contributions26 helpful votes
I browsed this warehouse - factory and shocked at how much stuff they had, I ended up buying a book for $5 but was horrified at the cost of all the old things there, definitely overpriced, but then if there is something you have been looking for a long time - cost really doesn't matter I suppose.
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Date of experience: May 2013
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SummerHillsRetreat wrote a review Jun 2013
Bangalow via Byron Bay55 contributions20 helpful votes
We visited Heaths Old Wares in January and found some great picnic baskets and teapot sets with a great story. The owner Ross is never short of time, and he's happy to fill you in with the story behind every piece in every nook & cranny - a very helpful bloke - he really knows his stuff. My friend was particularly interested in random pieces he could make his antique-style jewellery with as he's a jewellery maker and this was an Aladdins cave for this busy designer. Really loved the vibe of this place - will definitely be back!
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Date of experience: January 2013
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scooter2273 wrote a review May 2013
Brisbane143 contributions77 helpful votes
Lots of great, interesting stuff but stupidly overpriced. A small rectangular Art Deco mirror will set you back $250. I bought the larger version at a vintage store in the Hinterland for $65. I saw a lot of "Ladies who Lunch" buying items from here. If vintage is your thing and you know your prices then this is a place for a good laugh. If you think vintage is your thing and you dont care what it costs because it gives you something to talk about at dinner, then this is the place for you.
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Date of experience: April 2013
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