When we wrote about our experience of The Nut, we mentioned doing a spot of shopping in Stanley. We received several requests from readers for more information, so we searched back through the image files documenting our retail therapy session in north west Tasmania. It seemed a logical progression to publish them here for everyone else to see as well.
Go Shopping in Stanley
Just randomly (in no particular order or preference) these are some of the shops we discovered and photographed…
- Providore 24
- Sticks and Stones Shells and Bones (loving that business name!)
- The Brown Dog Stanley
- Touchwood Cottages and Craft Gallery
- Hursey Seafoods (just to prove shopping in Stanley is not JUST about gifts!)
Hopefully the business owners are all still there, and still selling similar products to Tasmanian tourists and locals of course. A wander along Church Street will reveal a great variety of retail outlets, so allow plenty of time for browsing. Anyone is welcome to add a comment in the section below to note personal favourites.
Shopping… just one of a variety of things to do in Stanley. And the scenic location makes for wonderful photographic opportunities. It’s just an all-round lovely Tasmanian town, one we’re keen to re-visit again soon. If you’d like to see details of a particular Stanley business published, please email Tania and Gavin.
If you have a collection of photos and a relevant story to accompany them, please contact Think Tasmania. We love to share new and interesting material with all our readers via the website, newsletter and social media.
If you like this article about Tasmania, and you’d like to read more, just subscribe to our newsletter or join us on social media via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram. If you really like this article, and you want others to see it, you can choose one of the “share” options below. We’d love that!
Comments relevant to this article are always most welcome, just leave a reply below. But first… please confirm the date of this article. Have you found something current, or is this ancient information? Either way, thanks for your company and come back again soon.