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Piper Street, Kyneton

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One of Kyneton’s three main streets, Piper Street preserves many of its original 19th-century buildings in a virtually unchanged state. Packed with award-winning restaurants, coffee shops, and small stores, the street has long been a popular tourist destination. Stop by for a slice of gourmet pizza, baked in a wood-burning oven, or treat your friends and family to designer cupcakes, made from the finest fresh ingredients available in the region. Take a leisurely stroll along this old street after a hearty meal, and visit over a dozen shops offering souvenirs, clothes, jewelry, arts and crafts, and toys. The street also hosts a regular farmers’ market, noted for a huge selection of meat, pasta, beer, wine, jams, flowers, and fresh fruits and vegetables. Before you head to Kyneton, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kyneton trip builder, to make sure you see all that Kyneton has to offer, including Piper Street.
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  • We loved the high quality of the shops up and down this street... delightful interior design and antiques but no trashy, cheap "imported" products.  more »
  • This area is filled with interesting shops, antiques, etc. It is a great restaurant strip and very popular on a sunny day. The bigger restaurants might need bookings. There are three Age Good food Hat...  more »
  • Spent a long weekend in Kyneton over the labour day long weekend and were spoilt for choice with the diverse range of food options down Piper Street.  more »