The Dayboro Shed Antiques

Allow plenty of time when you visit the Dayboro Shed antiques shop, with a huge variety of antique, mid-century, vintage and retro furniture, glassware, china, pottery, ‘blokey gear’ and more, you’ll spend hours perusing their range.

Country Charm

While exploring the beautiful ‘rural’ township of Dayboro only 45 minutes north of Brisbane CBD, you can’t go amiss with a quick stop in at the Dayboro Shed antiques store. Let owners Tom and Mary-Anne show you around their comprehensive collection of antiques and memorabilia that will send you on a trip down memory lane. From single items to shed or house lots, down sizing or estate clearance, anything old or interesting, you can find it at the Dayboro Shed.

Restoration and Valuation

At the Dayboro Shed, Tom and Mary-Anne provide a full restoration service, using the old traditional ways of French Polishing with no sanding machines, polyurethane finishers or spraying used to ensure that restoration does not adversely affect your items in the process.

The Dayboro Shed also offer comprehensive insurance valuation services, providing realistic valuations for all antique and period pieces of furniture as well as all small items. This valuation service is available for any items that may need a value established for probate, estate division or simply to provide a valuation accepted by Australian insurance companies.

The Dayboro Shed provide free, no-obligation quotes for all restoration, rejuvenation and valuation services.

Antique Collection

Find things from your childhood or pick up a beautiful mid-century piece of China to add to your collection. From fishing gear to depression era glass, the Dayboro Shed will provide you with hours of browsing. Check out their collection categories below:

Glass: Victorian, Art Deco, Carniva, Depression, Venetian/Murano and Bottles

Australian Pottery: Victorian, 20th Century, Art Deco, Mid-Century, Vintage, Retro and Studio Art

China: Early – Late Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, Mid-Century, Vintage and Retro

Blokey Gear: Rural/Farm Items, Lamps, Tools, Signage, Militaria, Cast Iron Ware, Copper/Brass, Garagenalia and Fishing

Kitchenalia: Enamel Ware, Cutlery, Canisters and Bakelite

Furniture: Antique, Mid-Century, Vintage and Retro

While in Dayboro

Although considered somewhat of a ‘rural’ town compared to Brisbane city, Dayboro is only a 45-minute drive from the bustling hub. In this small township, you can experience life like a local, visiting boutique stores, taking a dip in the natural swimming holes or hiking the bushland of the D’Aguilar Range, the valley of which is where Dayboro is located. Take a luxurious day-trip and explore the area by helicopter tour, sidecar on a motorbike or even take the family for a weekend camping trip.

Group Travel Peace of Mind

Are you planning a big family holiday, a getaway with a bunch of friends, group business conference travel, a wedding party trip, a school/university class or whole year level educational trip, or any other type of group travel? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

Whether you need to book a group holiday, group day trip, group tour, or simply a group transfer give yourself peace of mind and take the worry out of traveling with a crowd by letting the experts handle the nitty-gritty details on your behalf.

All sorts of group holiday, work travel, tour and transfer needs can be catered to and accommodated, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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358 Mount Samson Rd, Armstrong Creek QLD 4520

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(07) 3425 2479


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Please do the right thing and follow the directions of the Queensland Government.

From 15 May 2020 - you may travel a maximum of 150km from your home for non-contact activity such as exploring national parks, hiking, visiting dog parks, dining-in at restaurants (10 patrons at a time) and more.

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