Ten Mile Point Trading Post, Sheguiandah

(4.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • The view is beautiful. Nice picnic areas. Clean port-a-potties :-). Inside the shop is a variety of native art, jewelry, gifts with a range of prices to fit most budgets. Many of the items were very u...  more »
  • My friends and I, all well into our adult stage of life, were very offended over the weekend when the shop staff kept stalking us about the store as if we were going to steal. The looks the staff memb...  more »
  • Stunning lookout point. Be sure to pop into the Trading Post to see unique Native artwork and handmade goods. 
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  • Its beautiful here. There's a lookout and a nice gift shop featuring local native art. However, the cashiers who run it don't know much about aboriginal traditions. They had junk piled on top of a drum, which I think is a bit disrespectful. Apart from that, its a nice break from the highway and has a beautiful view. I recommend for tourists.
  • My friends and I, all well into our adult stage of life, were very offended over the weekend when the shop staff kept stalking us about the store as if we were going to steal. The looks the staff member gave me were incredibly rude. Is it because we're native? Which is ironic because their entire shop is stocked with both authentic and fake native goods. This is how you treat us? And then go and turn around talking to tourists, acting like like you respect us as you attempt sell our crafts. It was quite blatant what had occurred over the weekend. Buyer beware. Totally unethical merchant.
  • Love this place. It's worth visiting. Owners and staffs are friendly. Great look out point and awesome gift items.
  • Great views and wonderful native art. There is a lot of art that isn't locally sourced so check with the staff if you're looking for something from local artists.
  • This place was a lovely little shop with genuine artifacts and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Great lookout point