The ultimate guide to boutique shopping on the Central Coast.

The Central Coast is a haven for unique boutique shopping. From vintage threads to boho beauty this is our guide to the area's one-of-a-kind shopping experience.

Antigua Collective

Visit this beachside boutique for boho-luxe women’s fashion. This chic store offers beautiful pieces of a mostly neutral colour palette with high-quality fabrics such as linens, terry, and knits.

Think great wardrobe staples, easy-to-wear cuts, ribbed tanks, boyfriend shirts, silhouette skirts, and midi-dresses. Stock includes labels such as Apéro, eb&ive, Le Specs, and Bird & Kite, as well as its own Antigua clothing, jewellery, and home lines.
Where: 96 Terrigal Esplanade, Terrigal
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Aryele is an Australian label that stands for sustainable fashion and timeless style. Designers Kellie and Brooke approach their pieces with a renewed respect for the planet and with gratitude and care for the makers behind each piece.

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Every piece of clothing or jewellery in this carefully curated store is sourced with an eco-friendly ethos in mind. Luxurious fabrics and neutral tones make this a ‘less is more’, slow-fashion boutique.
Where: Shop 16/40 Terrigal Esplanade, Terrigal
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Blackbird is one of those beautifully stocked stores perfect for a leisurely browse after a coffee or visit to Bateau Bay Beach. Filled with Australian and locally made products it has a relaxed, welcoming, and eclectic vibe speaking to all tastes from classic to vintage to bold.

You’ll find homewares, indoor plants, beauty products, leather clutches, jewellery, and clothing in styles from vibrant prints to timeless denim.
Where: 101A Bateau Bay Rd, Bateau Bay
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Bohemian Traders

The Central Coast’s own label Bohemian Traders is a crowd favourite and point of pride amongst local fashion lovers. As the name suggests, the store is known for its bohemian look but in a relaxed, effortless, and classic style. Catering ‘for the Modern Bohemian’ the range is designed to flatter women of all shapes and sizes and is inspired by European timeless cuts. There’s also a mens’, kids’, and eco-certified collection.
Where: Shop 2A, 490 Central Coast Highway, Erina Heights
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Drift Home & Living

Drift Home & Living is a home decor lover's dream with unique pieces from all over the world to add a talking point to your home. Grab a coffee from the attached kiosk and wander your way through a mental journey across Africa, India, Turkey, and beyond.

You’ll find wall hangings, art, lighting, mirrors, cabinets, and tables, plus smaller items such as towels, coasters, kitchenware, and decorative pieces.
Where: 1/15-17 Forresters Beach Rd, Forresters Beach
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La Boheme

La Boheme is tucked away between the hotspots of Terrigal and Avoca and brings together boutique home decor with a wardrobe of romantic, flowing styles. Their collection is all about a relaxed feel in muted colours, perfect for a home or outfit by the coast.

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Inspired by travel, the stock comes from as far as Morocco but they also support Australian and Central Coast brands. Clothing brands include One Teaspoon, Kinga Csilla, Spell & The Gypsy Collective, and Zulu & Zephyr alongside luxe activewear brand PE Nation.
Where: 1/271 Scenic Hwy, Terrigal
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Lucky Surf & Supply

It wouldn’t be the Central Coast without a boutique surf shop and Lucky Surf Co in Long Jetty oozes chill. You tick everything off your list at once including your coffee from its in-house cafe. Lucky Surf stocks men's apparel, wetsuits, and surf accessories including brands Adelio, Epokhe, and Rhythm. While you’re there pop out the back to browse the gallery space of local artist Grant Molony.
Where: 3/417 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty
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Montaze is a treasure trove of gift ideas, homewares, and fashion with bold prints and bright colours. It’s the perfect spot for present buying with handcrafted jewellery, candles, bath salts, teas, leather items, and kids' toys and bedroom decorations. They stock premium Australian labels such as Camilla and Auguste the Label, plus jewellery by Sybella and Stone & Silver.
Where: Shop 8, Fountain Plaza, 148 The Entrance Road, Erina
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Plain Janes

Plain Janes is a light and bright fashion boutique from sisters Amelia and April, specialising in elevated everyday wear that is simple and stylish. Their focus is on quality women’s fashion however they also stock a small men’s and kidswear range.

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When the sisters opened the store they wanted it to reflect all their favourite things from around the world so you’ll also find all manner of fashion accessories plus candles, cushions, ceramics, linens, and cards.
Where: 346 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty
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Sadie Lou Boutique

This fashion boutique is a favourite on the Long Jetty shopping strip. The bright, fresh and airy store is a feel-good shopping experience from the moment you walk in with its beautifully arranged racks of colour and range of lifestyle items.

You’ll find unique garments in bold colours, prints, and embellished fabrics to bring out your own style. As a one-stop shop, you can also browse Sadie Lou’s accessories, sunglasses, wallets, beauty and skincare, bags, books, candles, and even dried flower arrangements!
Where: 4/308 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty
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You can’t miss Shadow Bang (nor do you want to!) housed in the iconic A-frame at the main junction of Long Jetty. If the exterior doesn’t pique your interest the beautiful interior and quiet relaxing courtyard out back will! Shadow Bang is known for bespoke clothing, jewellery, organic tea, essential oils, natural makeup, body care, dried flowers, and homewares.

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There is a focus on health, happiness, consciousness, and a little bit of witchy mysticism which makes Shadow Bang a must-stop shop. The plant lovers can even play at the pick-your-own dry flower bar!
Where: 310B The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty
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Sorry Grandma

Sorry Grandma is all about three things - vintage, handmade, and happy! You can’t help but smile surrounded by the nostalgic and eclectic mix of retro treasures hidden in this store.

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Owner Skye Hicks makes her own range of handmade kids; clothing, vintage-inspired pieces, and accessories whilst also sourcing hard-to-find gems from the past, and other bright quirky items. Think bright colours, loud prints, kitschy earrings, and a good dose of nostalgia.
Where: 300 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty
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The Bang Threads

If it’s street threads and espresso you’re looking for then The Bang is your spot. You could affectionately call this the ‘brother store’ to Shadow Bang up the road as it comes from the same owners but mostly caters to the guys stocking labels such as Afends, Billy Bones Club, Thrills, and Deux. After years of working in the streetwear industry for General Pants Co, the minds behind The Bang bring together an edgy collection for the guys, and a small women's range that’s focused on fun.
Where: 324 The Entrance Road, Long Jetty
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boutique shopping guide to the central coast nsw

Three Donkeys Home + Coffee Bar

Three Donkeys offers unique homewares and furniture inspired by the rustic country towns of Bowral and Berry. Browse the eclectic and vintage pieces with a coffee from their in-house coffee bar on the Long Jetty strip.

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The shop stocks unique recycled elm furniture, 100% linen wear, accessories, books, bath and body products, locally sourced flowers, and Italian-made footwear. This is boutique-style shopping that grabs your heart.
Where: 350 The Entrance Road, Long Jetty
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Tiki La La

The ethos “vintage is the future” sums up the vibe and specialty of Tiki La La perfectly. Owners April and Heath work to create a beautifully curated collection of all the things they love, naming themselves finders, restorers, curators, and pushers of iconic vintage design.

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A browse through the timewarp that is Tiki La La will include fashion (think acid wash cut-offs and faded print tees), vinyl, books, wall hangings, 1970s furniture, accessories, and one-off treasure pieces that all come with a story. They also stock a range of ethically sourced, sustainable, and recycled goodies from brands such as Happy Society, Ayu, and Gracious Minds.
Where: Shop 1, 302/306 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty 
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Tiny Folk

One of the cutest little shops on the Central Coast, Tiny Folk Co as the name suggests, is for the dapper little people in your life (and their stylish parents!).

Stocking a curated range of ethically made and eco-friendly products, you’ll find all the must-haves for welcoming home a new baby, plus art and craft, toys, furnishings, books, and a great range of gifts for the expecting mumma-to-be. This is baby shopping at its most chic and sophisticated.
Where: 340-344 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty
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Wildberry Boutique

Wildberry is a mother-daughter duo in Long Jetty, who have always felt passionate about clothing and homewares. Known for its unique taste in eclectic patterns and colours, this bohemian store stocks fashion, shoes, artwork, Porter Green cups & mugs, candles, skincare, Reality Eyewear, and Kompanero luxe leather goods. It is also a permanent pop-up stockist of Ageless Apparel - a gender-neutral vintage label.
Where: 3/332 The Entrance Road, Long Jetty
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