From vintage classics and homewares to street threads

Shopping at Long Jetty on the Central Coast has long been associated with hunting down retro and vintage treasures. Now, the vibrant suburb is home to an eclectic mix of coastal fashion, street threads, a boutique wine store, and locally made homewares. To help you plan your shopping trip, check our guide below on where to go shopping in Long Jetty.

Plain Janes

When sisters Amelia and April discussed opening a store in Long Jetty, it was going to be a feast for the eyes. Plain Janes is all the sisters’ favourite things from around the globe in one place. With a focus on women’s fashion, they offer an everyday collection encompassing quality and comfort.
Where: 346 The Entrance Rd

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Poppy Lane

In a strip dominated by boutique clothing stores, Poppy Lane brings an urban offering of fresh flowers to town.
Where: 4/302-306 The Entrance Rd

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Sorry Grandma Shop

Bringing loads of colour, hard-to-find vintage finds, a range of kids’ clothing, fab retro threads, quirky accessories, and random one-offs that suddenly become must-haves in your life. You’ll need to set aside some time to truly appreciate Sorry Grandma Shop.
Where: 300 The Entrance Rd

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Sadie Lou

Fashion should make you feel good right?! That’s what Sadie Lou thinks and that’s what this boutique in Long Jetty is all about. Feel-good fashion that’s fun to wear, makes you feel great and brings out the best in you. This is your one-stop shop for all things fashion, accessories, beauty and skincare, books, and candles, you can even pick yourself up an arrangement of dried flowers.
Where: 4/308 The Entrance Rd

Shadow Bang Apothecary & Supply

There’s one that turns heads every time in Long Jetty, and that would be the iconic A-frame exterior of Shadow Bang Apothecary & Supply. Shadow Bang has a distinct coastal and resort-style feel about it.

A diverse range of fashion and accessories, and homewares, mix beautifully with candles, organic teas, essential oils, and all things body and bath. Plus, the little garden oasis is one for plant lovers – An absolute must-stop on every visit!
Where: 310B The Entrance Rd

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The Bang Threads & Espresso

Not to be confused with Shadow Bang, their sister store just up the road, The Bang is all about street threads and espresso and is the inspiration for Saia Latu.  With y ears of working in the streetwear industry, Saia brings together an edgy collection for the guys and a  women's edit designed for going out and having fun.
Where: 324 The Entrance Road

Three Donkeys Home + Coffee Bar

Three Donkeys offers unique homewares and furniture inspired by the rustic country towns of Bowral and Berry. Browse the vintage pieces with a coffee from the in-house coffee bar.
Where: 350 The Entrance Rd

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Tiki La La

Tiki La La was created by local curators, co-owners, and couple, April Xing and Heath Crawley when they decided their love of all things vintage and beautiful could be a business. And that’s been the brief for the shop ever since.
Where: 1/302-306 The Entrance Rd

Upstairs Wines

Whilst Upstairs Wines could be perceived as purely for those into wine, or who think they know about wine. It’s only when you enter that you discover this sophisticated, off-licence on the Central Coast is approachable, relaxed, and enjoyable for everyone.

Brought to you by Dave Kynaston and his partner in business and in life, Michelle Permentier, they explain, that Upstairs Wine is a collection of all their favourite wines - 15 years in the making! Focusing on minimal intervention, small-batch winemakers with a focus on organics and biodynamic, so nothing you will find in big chains.
Where: 314-316 The Entrance Rd

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Webster’s Vintage

A must-visit for vintage and antique hunters. Webster’s Vintage is loaded with bric-a-brac and second-hand goods, specialising in retro and shabby chic, it’s one for the fossickers.
Where: 10 Thompson St, Long Jetty

Wildberry Boutique

Wildberry is the brainchild of a mother-daughter duo in Long Jetty, who have always felt passionate about clothing and homewares. Known for its unique taste in patterns and colours, this bohemian store stocks fashion, shoes, artwork, and more!
Where: 3/332 The Entrance Rd

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