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Cafe ~ Antiques ~ Local Artisans ~ Vintage Goods ~ Lollies ~ Toys ~ Gifts ~ Hairdresser

Set amongst lush green pasturelands, come and experience Convict history whilst enjoying an exciting experience of food, craft, art, gifts, furniture, clothes, music, sweet treats and so much more.

On the road from Nowra out to Greenwell Point and Culburra, the Jindyandy Mill built by Alexander Berry in 1830, takes you to the old world atmosphere of one of Australia’s oldest convict built brick buildings.

You are welcome to come inside and observe the incredible convict craftsmanship as the mill is home to The Mill Marketplace which showcases a variety of local Australian makers, creators, artists and handmade businesses.

Enjoy a delectable meal at Greendale’s Cafe offering a country style dining experience with stunning views across evergreen pastures.

Stroll around Jindyandy gardens exploring all the Shops to find an interesting and unique range of goods and local history. With onsite parking and toilets for your convenience, a visit to Jindyandy Mill should be on your “must do” list!

Sheree from The Jindyandy Mill Marketplace, courtesy of “Visit Shoalhaven”

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A destination in itself!

The historic Jindyandy Mill has become one of the coasts favourite spots for shoppers who are constantly amazed by what they find…

Antiques and collectables, tasteful gifts for the house and garden and a selection of local and international lollies, honey, jams, spices and creative condiments, you won’t find anything like this anywhere else.

Set on a few lush acres boasting a sunny outlook over the pristine lands feel free to visit to stroll around the cluster of buildings or enjoy a meal at Greendale’s Cafe.

Hear what Sally has to say about The Jindyandy Lolly Shop and Shoalhaven courtesy of “Visit Shoalhaven”

Travel on and discover quaint coastal villages of Greenwell Point, Culburra Beach, Huskisson, Callala and Currarong which offer lots of other accommodation, restaurants, cafe’s and services not to mention the great beaches and fishing spots along the coast and in Jervis Bay.