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A magical mystery tour of delights from countries like China, India, Morocco and Japan, colour this multi-continental trading fantasyland. With an astonishing amount of widely varying and utterly addictive stock to browse through, it's easy to while...more
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145 Great Alpine Road, Myrtleford, Victoria 3737, Australia
Unique small restaurant adjoining a retail complex specialising in sale of Japanese, Moroccan and Asian ware and artefacts.
Great staff, fair prices, located on Alpine Way, and diverse range of Moroccan/Turkish food.
A MUST place to visit in NEV, for large, great meals.
Wow! I saw Red Ramia on a program a couple of years ago and put it on my list of places I wanted to go do. Being in the vicinity of Myrtleford, we made a beeline straight for the town.and this store. We could easily...More
I love this place. I've never found much to do as I stop in myrtleford on the way to the alpine region but always look forward to stopping here to stretch my legs and have a look around. Great collection of goods from rugs to...More
This shop is remarkable, even more so to find it hidden away in Myrtleford. Firstly, their array of goods on sale/display is mighty impressive - imported from all across Asia, as well as Morocco and probably many other exotic locations too. They have everything from...More
As a decorator, I walked in here and thought I'd gone to heaven .
So many rooms of fabulous things to look at and touch, dream about and hopefully buy.
All from morocco, Asian, Middle East etc. from small little trinkets, tableware, to cow skins...More
An amazing array of direct imports from Morocco and other places. Huge range of massive through to small objects.
Ideal if you are looking for a special piece for your home. They have tiles, ornaments, pillars, doors, cushions and about a million other items.
What a great place not only do you have this massive area with all these interesting things imported from China and other places that you can buy but they also have this fantastic coffee shop and restaurant, don't drive through Myrtleford without stopping to check...More