Blue Mountains Antique Fair
Spend a beautiful day in the Blue Mountains and start at the historic Victoria & Albert Guesthouse in Mount Victoria.
Join us and browse through a range of Antiques and retro items from around the country. All in one place for one day.
This fair is a mix of antiques and collectables, including furniture, glass ware, jewellery, china, vintage clothing and items. With a range of dealers from the region, you are sure to find a special item or a wonderful bargain.
With the current refurbishment of the guesthouse there will also be items that have not been on the market for over 100 years.
Food will be available from a variety of vendors and Devonshire Tea will also be served in the guesthouse. Please note the event will take place, rain or shine.
We would love you to join us!
When: Sunday 2nd April 2023
Location: Victoria & Albert Guesthouse Rear Horse Stables – 19 Station Street Mount Victoria, Blue Mountains NSW
Antiques Road Show Blue Mountains – Appraisals and Valuations Day
Yes… that's right we will be running our own Antiques Road show, Appraisals and Valuations.
– So bring in any of your items that you would like to know if they are worth anything.
You could be sitting on a fortune!!!!
Orange antique, art dealer Steve Archer will be here to value your treasures.
Steve has a long history in antiques and is a sort out valuer, dealer and advisor.
We are extremely excited to have Steve donate his value time to do this. For a small fee of $5 for 2 pieces to be valued Steve will advise you on the value of your item. And all funds raised from valuation will be donated to the Mount Victoria Primary School.
Devonshire Tea at the Guesthouse: If you're wanting to spend the day browsing and then, sit down to a wonderful Devonshire tea in the Guesthouse – Atrium Room – simply book your Devonshire tea.
Price: $18.50 per person
Tea and 2 x scones with jam
This event is made possible by $2.6 million from the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund, co-funded by the Australian Government and NSW Government. With the grant Blue Mountains Tourism, as the leading tourism authority in the region, will administer and manage the Blue Mountains Visitor Economy Revitalisation Project, a two-year destination management program that will reinstate the Blue Mountains as a key tourist destination in NSW and Australia.