Camp Hill Antique Centre is Brisbane's largest antique centre with more than 65 antique and collectable dealers located under one roof in a refurbished 50's cinema.
Formerly Woolloongabba Antique Centre, owners Sarah Jane Walsh and Paul Butler have relocated to the old Planet Theatre on Old Cleveland Road. Paying homage to the vintage cinema, you'll find red velvet ropes at the entrance, while the foyer resembles a movie theatre lobby and classic movies are shown on a big screen at the rear of the premises.
Patrons can grab a coffee at the onsite Tart Café before browsing for antiques and collectables. A virtual Aladdin's cave, there's something for everyone from mid-century modern and antique French furniture to vintage fashion and antique jewellery.
With more than 65 dealers, some on the ground floor and more on the mezzanine, it's easy to spend a few hours perusing the dealers' wares.
Whether you're looking for a unique gift or something stylish for your home, you'll find it here: Frida Kahlo cushions, kitsch kitchenware, eclectic knick-knacks, antique silverware, collectable pottery, retro metal signs and vintage vinyl.
Need to know - The Tart Cafe offers Campos coffee, breakfast, lunch and sweet treats.
Nice to know - Johnny Voodoo hosts a pop-up barbershop on the first Sunday of every month; while macramé workshops are held on the last Sunday of every month.
By Deb Lidster