Dick Caplick Park, situated right in the middle of town, is a great place for a picnic underneath the towering heritage-listed fig trees and is a great place for the kids to play.
Berkelouw Books has a fantastic range of both new and secondhand books, and the cafe next door makes the best coffee and muffins in town.
But my favourite shop is Continuum, where they sell a great range of genuine antiques, vintage and retro pieces at reasonable prices. Doug and Debra travel to France and England twice a year to source a wide range of beautiful and affordable pieces and their latest shipment has just arrived from Europe. Just check out some of what's on offer:
|Chinese Shipwreck Salvage Plate c1728|
|Tales from Shakespeare c1915|
|English Boxed Set of Tea Knives c1930|
|French Hermes Scarf Advertisement c1955|
|Victorian Cake Stand c1860|
|French Art Deco Bracelet c1920|
|French Pale Blue Enamel Bucket c1920|
|Chinese Ginger Jar c1800|
But it you can't make the trip to Eumundi it's OK, as they have just started up their on-line store. Visit them at www.chequeredpastantiquevintageretro.com to view their latest items. Debra also has a blog going here. They have quite an extensive range of products and new stock is added each week. Enjoy shopping!