Come see us

Visit us in the historic village of Mount Victoria at the top of the Blue Mountains.

Visit us!

Our studio shop is open every Thurs and Sat 10-3pm.

**OPEN SUNDAY 9th JUNE 10-3pm

Want to visit a different time?

Please contact us if you are coming through at a different time. We live locally and can open up the studio shop for you or may be working inside.

115a Great Western Highway
Mount Victoria NSW 2786

Victory Theatre Blackheath

19/21 Govetts Leap Road,
Blackheath, NSW

Open 7 days a week
10am-5pm (364 days per year)

We are thrilled to announce in Dec 2023 we have taken out a cabinet at the Victory Theatre. Our space is filled with all things POLITICAL.

The cabinet is located on the ground floor on the right side of the stairs at the front of the shop (directly across from the second hand books). Just follow around right where you see the jewellery.

Got some questions?

When are you open?

Our Mount Victoria premise is a studio space. But it’s also an
incredible place to visit. We have a huge array of Australiana, political and feminist goodies, vintage and retro wear, kitsch finds and
more.

The studio is where the designs are created, orders are shipped out and goodies warehoused.

We usually have it open 1-2 times per week (listed above) or head to Victory Theatre in Blackheath 7 days a week (details at right).

If you see us inside Mount Vic and Me, please knock – we may be able to let you in to browse if we are shipping orders.

Where is your studio shop?

115a Great Western Highway
Mount Victoria NSW 2786
(in the old Mountaintop café)

We are around 15 mins west of Katoomba and 5 mins west of Blackheath.

EFTPOS available?

Yes we accept EFTPOS - is is actually preferrable.

Parking available?

We have limited parking up the driveway of 113 Great Western Hwy. Plenty of parking on Station St or directly across from us parking outside the Imperial Hotel.

Do you have other stockists?

Yes we do - full list here!

  • Living in Mt Victoria

    I moved to Mount Victoria in 2012 when we bought a little cottage, got some chooks and parked the old caravan out the front. We've raised our kids here and it's magic. It's perfectly quiet and green. Mt Victoria has all seasons with bushfires and snow. Getting around is an easy 5 mins to Blackheath or 15 to Katoomba. We often duck out to Bathurst which is around 1 hour from Mt Victoria. Penrith the other way when you head east. Or head along the Darling Causeway to discover Bells Line of Roads (ie. apple pies and cider!).

  • Mount Vic Flicks

    Settle in

    I'd suggest a weekend in Mt Victoria. We have all kinds of accommodation here to suit all tastes and requirements. Fires are on everywhere when it's cold. We are definitely a Thurs-Mon sort of village. Just come, settle in and relax. Mount Victoria is a historically listed village and it's lovely. Travel by train to our grand sandstone station just 2.5 hours west of Sydney or 1.5 hours by car. Head to Mount Vic Flicks for alternative cinema with homemade choc tops and lentil soup while you watch the movie. Mount VIctoria Museum is well worth a visit too.

  • Natural wonder

    We have incredible bushwalks and lookouts in Mount Victoria. Bushrangers Cave is one of my favourites as is Sunset Rock and Mount Piddington. You can view Hartley from Mount York (where the english explorers Blaxland, Lawson and Wentworth realised they'd crossed the Blue Mountains. If you are looking for wildlife we have kangaroos moving around the village (look out for them at sunset), we have Echidnas occasionally, Black Cockatoos fly in the vallyes and elusive Gang Gang Cockatoos screech above.

  • Discover the unexpected...

    Visit Mount Victoria and discover the unexpected

    Mount Victoria is unique within the Blue Mountains.

    Not only is it the highest point – and the most westerly point before you descend – it is the most historic, heritage-listed and unexpected village in the mountains. And its the perfect place to hopefully play in the snow this winter too!From antique wares to quirky gift shops and brilliant food, luxurious heritage accommodation and lodge cabins, Mount Victoria is truly historic and unexpected. And it’s the home of the iconic Mount Vic Flicks too.  Why not base yourself in Mount Victoria and spend some time discovering this lovely village. And then use it as a base to discover beyond…

    Paul Warboys – President Mount Victoria Business Association

  • The Central West...

    Mount Victoria is not only perfectly positioned to explore the upper mountain attractions like Katoomba & Leura (15 minutes away) and Blackheath (5 minutes away), being the highest and most westerly point, it is uniquely placed to start and finish a wonderful looped journey. Begin by descending the mountains via the original convict-built Victoria Pass to the Hartley historic site, (make sure you check-out the self-walking tour and wonderful boardwalk along the river), Jenolan Caves and Mayfield Garden at Oberon.

    Returning, stop in at the wonderful Gang Gang Gallery and be inspired at the must-see Hassans Walls lookout in Lithgow before returning through Clarence, (make sure you save some time for the iconic Zig Zag Railway), Dargan and Bell and then back up to Mount Victoria.

    This mountain village has so much to offer, both within its historic centre and as a gateway to the amazing attractions just a little further afield, that it makes a perfect place to base yourself for a winter wonderland experience.