Designers and stylists love this secondhand bazaar

Industrial vintage furniture and collectables at Dirty Janes Bowral, NSW
Retro homewares, vintage furniture and collectables at Dirty Janes Bowral, NSW
Vintage furniture, homewares and props, Dirty Janes Bowral, NSW
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Dirty Janes Bowral

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Ph 02 4861 3231

Address13-15 Banyette Street, Bowral, NSW
Open Hours7 days 10am – 5pm
Prop Hire AvailableYes
Custom DesignsYes

About Dirty Janes

A comprehensive vintage market with over 75 stallholders offering a wide selection of vintage, retro, art deco, mid century, industrial, antique and collectable pieces for home and garden.

If you haven’t been to Bowral in the Southern Highlands of NSW, Dirty Janes Bowral is all the reason you need to make the trip. This tasteful collection of vintage, upcycled and new homewares, sourced from Australia and abroad, is a decorator’s, collector’s and stylist’s delight.

The market is run by father-daughter duo Athol Salter and Jane Crowley who ran “The Shed” in Mittagong for over 20 years. The Shed’s inventory was in high demand among interior designers and vintage lovers so when Athol and Jane had the opportunity to move to a larger space in Bowral in 2009, they jumped at the chance.

The current Dirty Janes Bowral extends across three converted warehouses, behind the newly renovated retail space “The Acre”. You’ll find character filled vintage furniture, clothing, jewellery, collectables and props collated by knowledgeable dealers.

Explore the French and Belgian inspired lifestyle store of Suzie Anderson Home. Wander through beautiful gardenware and outdoor inspiration at The Potting Shed. Or browse Sibella Court’s ‘The Society Inc’ range of hardware, available exclusively in the Southern Highlands at Dirty Janes Bowral. Remember to allow time for refreshments, including Bowral’s best High Tea at the in-house Tea Salon.

Dirty Jane was an Irish orphan who arrived in Australia on a convict ship. She turned her fate around and went on to run a prosperous emporium selling second hand goods. It’s a fitting story for this magical place.