Tinypeople is the new concept for all things for the tiny person – the unrivalled retail environment to browse and purchase premium and contemporary clothing, toys and accessories for babies and children. The store curates their collection from leading Australasian, American and European designers. Enjoy the Tinypeople experience today.
Jonson Street is Byron Bay’s main street and home to many great restaurants, clothing boutiques, pubs and bars as well as the post office, banks, supermarket, cinema and the Byron Bay Community Centre.
61 Jonson Street, Byron Bay. Founded in 1979 with a store in Lismore New South Wales, Fundamental Food Store is now one of Australia’s leading retailers of natural and organic foods. ‘Fundies’ is very selective about what they sell, with strict quality control and commitment to sustainable agriculture. Striving at all times to offer the […]
7 Jonson Street, Byron Bay. An icon for quality and exclusivity, Ixtlan stocks beautiful, bold, modern and original jewellery. Pieces are made with silver, gold, titanium and stainless steel. Ixtlan also specialises in custom made jewellery, where precious stones and precious metals are married together creating exquisite designs. http://www.ixtlan.com.au/slippages/home.php
2/111 Jonson Street, Byron Bay. Red Ginger is an Asian foods and Asian homewares store showcasing unique imported food products, yum cha, ceramics, furniture, teas and teapots, and lots more. Located on the southern end of Jonson Street and on Byron Street in Bangalow, this quirky shop is worth a visit.
Beach End, Jonson Street, Byron Bay. A great range of footware including Birkenstock, MBT, Echo and Earth. Visit their outlet shop in the Arts and Industry Estate for clearance stock. http://www.solebrosfootwear.com.au/solebrosbyronbay.html
Lawson Street is a great shopping strip running off Byron Bay’s main street, Jonson Street. With small arcades including The Pier and Byron Arcade this shopping strip provides some great men’s and women’s clothing as well as surf wear, swimwear and several unique homewares stores.
27 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay. “As fashion fades, being stylish is eternal”. This chic boutique offers a fabulous range of fashionable designs aimed at all ages including Nu, Gran Sasso and Paula Ryan. http://www.annamiddleton.com.au/
Shop 7 / 15 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay. A premier shopping destination in Byron Bay, Pompidou focuses on fashion brands for men and women with a quirky edge and strong attention to detail. Pompidou stocks prominent Australian and international brands such as Alice McCall, Karen Walker, Lover, Ksubi, State of Georgia and Sass and Bide. http://www.pompidou.com.au/
The Byron region is home to an array of artists and creative people. The Arts and Industry Park, 4km from the centre of town, showcases many of the region’s artists and crafts people. Shops and outlets include clothing, bedding, linen, baby wear, bicycles, art supplies, recycled clothes, garden furniture and ornaments, leatherwork, metalwork, glass blowing […]