Mogo businesses have a quirky mix of art, crafts, homewares and collectibles, as well as fantastic food,
clothing, specialty items, and well known favourites like Mogo Fudge.
There’s so much to see and enjoy, you’re sure to find just what you’re after:
Amanda’s of Mogo: for all your art and craft supplies, advice, and workshops.
This much loved local business has been run by Amanda Williams and her mum, Stephanie, for 12 years.
Address: 41 Princes Highway, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 3453
Website: Amanda’s of Mogo
Facebook: Amanda’s of Mogo
Detect A Den: a huge range of products for prospectors and hobbyists including metal detectors, digging tools, gold pans and sluices, maps, drones, remote control cars, boating and aircraft model kits, hobby train sets, kites, and more all available through the online shop.
Address: 1/61 Kylie Crescent, Batemans Bay
Phone: 02 4472 4666
Website: Detect A Den
Facebook: Detect A Den Hobbies & Prospecting
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens: beautiful display gardens, walking trails, a cafe, and a superb children’s playground nestled in the Mogo State Forest.
Address: Deep Creek Dam Road, off the Princes Highway
Phone: 02 4471 2544
Website: Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens
Grumpy and Sweetheart’s: great coffee and delicious meals in a delightful garden setting.
Address: 34 Sydney Street, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 3263
Website: Grumpy and Sweetheart’s
Facebook: Grumpy and Sweetheart’s
Gypsy’s of Mogo: decorative delights and essential pieces for your home, including cane, soft furnishings, lamps, wall art, giftware and the famous footwear label ‘Crocs’.
Address: 1/52 Sydney Street, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 4935
Facebook: Gypsy’s of Mogo
Hidden Treasures: a trove of treasures for inside and outside your home including garden sculptures, furniture, wall art, mosaic bowls, beautiful lamps and so much more.
Address: 6 Annett Street, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 3023
Facebook: Hidden Treasures
In & Out at Mogo: the South Coast’s favourite kitchen shop with everything you could possibly need in the kitchen; apple peelers, baking supplies, crockery, wine glasses, coffee pots, tea infusers, quality knives, aprons, table settings, all manner of pots and pans, pasta machines, pizza stones, just to name a few!
Address: 50 Princes Highway, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 4980
Website: In and Out at Mogo
Facebook: In and Out at Mogo
Juela Mogo: a jewellery studio full of beautiful handmade pieces, and ready to create your custom designs.
Address: 36A Princes Highway, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 4981
Website: Juela Mogo
Facebook: Juela Mogo
The Middle of Mogo: a collection of stores working together to provide all the essentials for your visit to Mogo; the famous Mogo Fudge, the Courtyard Café and the ‘Lots of Lollies’ lolly shop have you covered for ice cream and gelato, Australiana souvenirs, homewares, games, babywear, lollies, lollies, and more lollies!
Address: 44 Princes Highway, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 4979
Website: Mogo Fudge website, Courtyard Café website
Facebook: Mogo Fudge, Lots of Lollies, Courtyard Café, The Middle of Mogo
Mogo Aboriginal Pre-School: a not-for-profit organisation providing a fun and nurturing environment for children aged 3-6 years.
Address: 3 Annett Street, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 5299
Download: Mogo Aboriginal Pre-school flier (PDF)
Mogo Bowerbird Garage: retro, vintage, antique and collectible items, clothing and other treasures for you to re-use and re-love.
Address: 42B Sydney Street, Mogo
Phone: 0488 744 950
The Mogo Lolly Shop: The Lolly Shop with fun in the front garden. Local stockist of Lisa Pollock and Theresa Matthews Designs. Stocking artisan fudge, Lollies, boiled candy and everything sweet and sour. Winners of the Eurobodalla Disability Access Award in 2014.
Address: Mogo Cottage, 30 Sydney Street Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 0431
Website: The Mogo Lolly Shop
Facebook: The Mogo Lolly Shop
Mogo Nursery: hundreds of garden sculptures and plants, including every day favourites and the rare and unusual.
Address: 42 Sydney Street, Mogo
Phone: 0427 102 167
Website: Mogo Nursery
Facebook: Mogo Nursery
Rosemont The Patchwork Shop and Rosemont Museum and Collectibles: sewing and patchwork supplies, glass and crystalware, sewing workshops, and an all round celebration of the sewing machine! The museum has over 200 machines on display from the 1860s right through to the 1960s.
Address: 16 Tomakin Road, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 5402
Facebook: Rosemont the Patchwork Shop, Rosemont Museum and Collectibles
Sydney Street Gallery: beautiful artworks by local artists, open daily.
Address: 28 Sydney Street, Mogo
Phone: 0437 437 777
Website: Sydney St Gallery
Facebook: Sydney St Gallery
The Original Gold Rush Colony: stay the night or stop in to learn about Australia’s gold rush history and culture.
Address: 26 James Street, Mogo
Daily guided tour start times: 10.30am, 12pm, 1.30pm, 3pm
Phone: 02 4474 2123
Website: The Original Gold Rush Colony
Facebook: The Original Gold Rush Colony (Old Mogo Town)
Tomakin Sports & Social Club: overlooking the mouth of the clear, unspoilt Tomaga River, this family friendly club offers a restaurant, raffles, trivia, tennis courts and bowling greens.
Address: 71 Sunpatch Parade, Tomakin
Phone: 02 4474 7000
Website: Tomakin Sports & Social Club
Facebook: Tomakin Sports & Social Club
Willow Earth: with clothing, homewares, jewellery, and tarot readings, Willow Earth aims to soothe your spirit and enrich your mind.
Address: 3/52 Sydney Street, Mogo
Phone: 02 4405 8638
Facebook: Willow Earth
Mogo Village map
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