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Found this unique place full of collectables and memorabilia while staying in Daylesford for a couple of nights. Something to offer no matter what sort of automotive / toy / military / etc collector you may be. I came across an Air Force leather flight...More
Walking through Daylesford looking for lunch we accidentally looked in the door of this tiny shop and had to do a double take, this place is huge.
It is not truly a 50's nostalgia shop but it is not far wrong. It took us about...More
Located in the Main Shopping strip at Daylesford my husband & I decided to stop in for a look at the Brick Lane Bazaar as well as a nearby book shop.
[Décor & Goods]:
Not overly spacious we found that the store can be difficult...More
I popped into brick lane bazaar yesterday and bought a retro style caravan doormat and some vw bus coasters love them and the shop .every time im in Daylesford this is a must visit shopand i always find something to buy if you ever visit...More
Quite a bit of good stuff here but also a lot of Chinese junk. It seemed that everything I was interested in had a 'don't touch' sign on it. Some were quite rude. One said. "this is part of a private collection so DON'T TOUCH'....More
Kate L, Manager at Brick Lane Bazaar, responded to this reviewResponded 20 November 2016
Thank you for taking time to write a review, I am very sorry that everything you were interested in was not for sale. We do have "do not touch" signs on some of our items that are not for sale because they are...More
Brick Lane Bazaar could almost be described as a small version of the Mill Markets, the main difference being you can easily check it all out in a half hour. Vinyl records, clothing, books and metal signs. There is a strong leaning toward automotive memorabilia,...More
Well laid out display of stalls. Lacks the breadth and depth of treasure at The Mill Market down the road but the car related memorabilia certainly catches the eye. There are plenty of items for decorating the man cave. .Certainly worth a visit if you...More