Where & how to buy our craft

There are two ways to buy our handcrafts - you can either come to one of our regular craft stalls (held at either St Ives Shopping Village or Gordon Centre), or you can use the Contact Page on this website to send us a enquiry and buy direct from the craft maker herself.

Most of our local customers prefer to visit our stalls, because you can see the full range of our members' craftwork for yourself, you can talk with the makers, and organising payment is simple (we take cash, credit cards, and EFTPOS).  Our members will often have extra stock ready for the rush when the sale starts, so you can get a wider range to choose from.

Most of our members will also take special orders, and we find that many special orders do come through this website, because it is so much easier for us to put you in contact with the most appropriate crafter.  Of course, out-of-town customers also contact us via this website.

If you'd like to come and meet the makers, here are the details of the shopping malls where we hold our sales, and how to get there:

St Ives Shopping Village
St Ives Shopping Village is located on Mona Vale Road in St Ives. Our location is usually between the travelator and the concierge.  This is on Floor 2 - at the outdoor car park entrance to IGA and the food court - we are very close to the dome.

If you don't have a car, there is a frequent bus service from Gordon Station interchange. Any of these bus routes will take you to St Ives, where there is a bus stop at the Mona Vale Road entrance to the shops:

  • Route 195 to St Ives Chase
  • Route 196 or 197, to either Mona Vale or Austlink

See the Forest Coachlines website for timetables

The Gordon Centre
The Gordon Centre is located at 802-808 Pacific Highway, Gordon. The car park entry is around the corner in Dumaresq Street. The car park has a lift to our stalls, located on the Woolworths level (ground floor).

For those using public transport, Gordon station is nearby, just walk up St John's Avenue, turn right at the traffic lights at Pacific Highway, and cross the highway either at Gordon Centre's own pedestrian overpass or at the pedestrian crossing below.