Small shop with fabulous, unique clothing for men and women. Great silver and wood jewellery. Windchimes. Stone sinks and statues. Other neat gift items.
What to buy: I bought a beautiful pair of capris $35 handmade in Indonesia as well as a one-size fits all summer pants $45 that I am sure to live in this summer. I also bought a gorgeous silver ring with red stone $26
Women's and children's clothing and shoes as well as gift items. Everything is so very unique. The children's clothes are adorable.
What to buy: I bought a beautiful pair of shoes made in India ($35), an American Apparel shirt ($25) and the most unique socks I have ever seen www.soxtrot.com ($14).
In the past I bought a very neat meditation ring. I tried to buy more this time but ever since the tsunami they have not been able to contact the Thai man who made them. Very sad. I cherish the ring even more now.
Groceries, alcohol, clothing, toys, hardware, bakery, magazines, ice, etc. The COOP is the largest store on Hornby Island and you can usually find everything here. Warning though - it can get very busy. Order alcohol from the catologue downstairs.
Gas station next door as is the ringside market with coffee shops, ice cream, food, books, clothing, gifts, etc.
M - S 9:30 - 5:30
Fabulous market in the trees. Items for sale include lots of pottery, quilts, photography, baked goods, fresh fruit and veg, jewellery, etc.
Some quality artists sell their work here and even if you don't purchase anything the market is a feast for the eyes.
I noticed at least 50% of shoppers had bought a mango on a stick or a chocolate covered banana on a stick.
Operates throughout summer on Saturdays at 11am - 2pm. I also read somewhere it is on Wed. too.