Victory Theatre Antique Centre, Blackheath

Categories: Antique Stores, Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Victory Theatre Antiques.

Largest antique centre West of Sydney.

Blackheath village, 10km West of Katoomba, has become a Mecca for antiques and collectables shopping.

The Victory Theatre Antique Centre, presenting 50 dealers over two floors with wares ranging from jewellery, books, vintage clothing, paintings, dolls, ornaments, light fittings, fine china and porcelains, through to furnishings and furniture, boasts the greatest variety of stock in the Blue Mountains.

The building is a revamped Art Deco picture theatre, originally named the Arcadia when it opened in 1921, is now, with its Jenny Kee designed community murals, a Blue Mountains landmark. Included in the centre is Blackheath Jewellery, with its extensive range of modern and estate jewellery, and the popular Victory Café, which opens for breakfast and lunch seven days a week and for dinner from Thursday to Saturday.
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  • On a cold spring day we escaped the weather to get lost in the wonders of the Antique Centre. Fun to have it all grouped together with a system in place to buy if the booth was unattended. Lots of jew...  read more »
  • Went in for a coffee...found it was a big antique center. Staff was very pleasant. I asked if I could leave my bag behind the counter while I had a look around and I was pleasantly assisted. Very nice...  read more »
  • A very cold and windy day sent us indoors. The Antique store was very well represented. The jewellery of very good quality as well as the furniture. Dinnerware and the rest of the store was of good qu...  read more »
  • This little coffee shop is superb We had a toasted tomato & cheese and a latte , With a pot of tea & honey. Service is great😊 The Antique shop in the back was a truly a wonderful find. We both brought something from here 😊😊
  • Great shop, but it has to be said that the staff at the front counter are vile to deal with, rude, aggressive snappy. When asking the price of something recently I was asked if I was blind.. Tried to backpeddle when he realised there was no price tag. The shocking service unfortunately has stopped many many locals buying from here anymore.
  • Walked upstairs with a small coffee in takeaway cup and was told off by a disgruntled man that I shouldn't be looking with coffee. Funny because your stores joined to a coffee shop. Told me to go downstairs and put my coffee on a desk after I struggled with my sore legs to get up. Maybe next time put a sign at the stairs and try to be nicer to your customers. If they have a coffee in their hand offer to take it and put it near the stairs.
  • This was a serious treasure trove! Amazing rings, clothes and just stuff from all over. Great to browse or buy, a really lovely way to spend a bit of an afternoon in Blackheath. Certainly cheaper than the antique stores in Leura and Katoomba as well!
  • Cafe by day, restaurant by night. Owner Terry Tan brings his special magic to the curry's on offer at night. Impossible to go by is the entree of scallops - choose one or half a dozen. Also never allowed to go from the menu is the soft shell crab main - crisply fried with garlic and chillies and the duck - in a red curry, succulent and falling off the bone. Vegetarian course changes regularly, but always sensational. Highly recommended.
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