If you’re looking for a unique piece of art, a handmade gift, novelty items or some quirky jewellery, then you should surely stop by Hay Cottage in Dayboro. Right in the middle of the quaint township, Hay Cottage is not hard to miss, situated in a building established in 1869 and displaying original artwork from the era.
Hay Cottage at Dayboro is popular with visitors and locals looking for handmade goods to add personality to their home or as a gift to please loved ones. Run by the Hay Cottage Arts and Crafts Association, the store features a wide variety of art and craft, children’s clothing, jewellery, floral art, novelty items and even pickles.
With a comprehensive range of stock, you’ll be able to find handmade knick-knacks, lovingly knitted, crochet or threaded items or try a local pickle that is sure to be the best you’ll ever taste. Additional art and craft items you can find for sale include:
With items for every room in the house, you can find a gift for anyone and any occasion at an affordable cost.
As the longest running community-based arts and crafts association in the Moreton Bay Region, Hay Cottage has long been a place of interest for its historical value. Representing the oldest surviving privately constructed residence in the Moreton Bay Region, Hay Cottage was originally built in 1869 as a worker’s cottage. It was eventually sold to Charles Hay and his wife, where they raised their five children before the family moved on and the cottage was relocated to its present location.
One of the Moreton Bay Region’s favourite little hinterland villages, Dayboro is situated in a valley of the D’Aguilar Range. With a population of less than 2,000 residents, Dayboro is a quaint township where many hobby farmers have settled. Test your vehicles limits in the challenged four-wheel drive tracks of Mount Mee Forest Reserve, wine and dine in the beautiful vineyard at Ocean View Estates or take a summer dip in the natural swimming hole Rocky Hole.
Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Where: 29 Williams Street, Dayboro
Contact: Call (07) 3425 1788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
29 Williams Street, Dayboro
(07) 3425 1788
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