Looking for a gift, or just something new, then look no further than these boutique stores for one of a kind pieces from jewellery to shoes and fashion or artisan wares.
*Check with individual shops before visiting for opening times.
This creative space is more than just an arts supplier, they sell hand made artisian creations and offer art classes!
Arttime Supplies are open from Monday to Friday and on Saturday mornings.
Trevallan Lifestyle Centre
Stocking gorgeous plants and garden decor, Trevallan Lifestyle Centre is like an oasis in the middle of Ipswich.
They are open Tuesday to Sunday.
The Soul Nook Collective
This cute little giftware shop is located inside an old church in Marburg.
The Soul Nook Collective stocks artisan chocolates, plants, boho clothing, accessories, jewellery, flowers and more.
They are opening Wednesday to Saturday.
Ipswich Antique Centre
The Ipswich Antique Centre has one of the largest collections of antiques under one roof.
There’s collectables as well as clothing and furniture for sale.
Open Thursday – Monday (closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays).
Oh! JoJo Boutique
Oh! JoJo Boutique stocks hard to find labels and gorgeous accessories right in the main street of Ipswich.
They are opening Tuesdays to Fridays and on Saturday mornings.
Embers and Twine
This shop stocks only handmade products including candles, body scrubs, art, handbags and more! They’ve also started selling a beautiful selection of plants.
They have recently moved locations and are inside the Old Flour Mill building in the Top of Town.
Embers and Twine are open Tuesday to Saturday.
The Soul Cauldron
This unique and magical shop sells books on diverse subjects relating to the mind, body and metaphysical. There’s also candles, crystals, jewellery and cauldrons!
The Soul Cauldron are open Thursday, Friday and Saturday and are located right next to Embers and Twine in the Old Flour Mill.
Obsession Shoes Boutique
Ipswich Visitor Information Centre
It might not seem like a boutique shopping destination, but the Ipswich Visitor Information Centre’s focus on stocking locally made products makes it a great place to browse on the weekends or during the week.
There you’ll find more than 15 local artists, artisans and producers products stocked with everything from jewellery boxes to earrings and luxury candles.
Producers like Watercress Creek Olives and Limes, Summer Land Camels, Ballistic Beer Co and Emu Heaven are selling olives, relishes, skin care and soaps.
Local artists have prints, woodwork, ceramics and jewellery available. There’s 1389 Designs earrings and homemade scrunchies, tea towels featuring local buildings and hand painted boomerangs.
The centre is also stocking bullet shell biros made by a local man who makes the pens from real bullet casings. You can find L&K Collective candles and polymer clay jewellery and The Alchemist Artisan Apothecary soaps along with other popular gift lines like Ashdene mugs and tea sets.
Foodies aren’t left out with the centre stocking Ungermann Brothers Ice Cream by the scoop, Dancing Bean Coffee, Tranquil Tea teas, Starr Artist Fine Art Atelier Alice in Wonderland tea, All Spiced Up barbecue rubs, Chilli Willis hot sauce, The Jam Tart jams (we hear the Rosella Jam is a favourite) and Sister Bake Co honeycomb and peanut brittle.
Head into the Ipswich Visitor Information Centre on Alexander Munro Drive during opening hours 8am-4.30pm seven days a week.