Think there’s not much to do in Perth? Well, you’re about to feel very silly.
Perth is more than just the Fremantle prison and the zoo. It’s also home to some pretty exciting antiquing adventures.
From beautifully restored mid-century furniture to retro frocks and quirky one-offs, Perth’s antique stores are sure to give you your fill of all things old-school.
Best Antique Stores in Perth
Bluebird Vintage – 288 Cambridge St, Wembley
If you’re looking to fill your wardrobe with quirky pieces from yesteryear, Bluebird Vintage is sure to become your new regular haunt. Stocked with retro fashion, accessories, homewares and knickknacks, this cosy antique store offers an eclectic mix of all things old-school.
Great for: 1950s fashion.
Top tip: These guys offer free in-store valuations. So bring your vintage treasures in to find out how much cash you could pocket.
Turnstyle Collectibles – 155 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands
Step back in time and discover unique furniture, homewares, lighting, china, clocks, jewellery and more at this wonderland of Australian, European and American antiques. You could spend hours trawling through the vintage gems at Turnstyle Collectibles, so plan your day accordingly – and maybe pack some snacks!
Great for: Restored mid-century furniture.
Top tip: This antique store has an onsite car park. This makes it easy to load up your ute or trailer with your new finds.
Matilda’s Antiques – 222 Queen Victoria St, North Fremantle
One of Perth’s leading antique dealers, Matilda’s Antiques provides a diverse range of quality antique furniture, decorative period objects, paintings and sculptures. With years of experience and an impressive industry knowledge, the friendly staff at Matilda’s can help you find whatever you’re looking for.
Great for: Authentic antique art and statement pieces.
Top tip: You won’t have to walk away from larger pieces thanks to their delivery service. It’s available locally, across Australia, and even internationally.
Aslett Antiques & Mid-Century – 377 Fitzgerald St, North Perth
These guys have been in the antiques dealing game since the 1890s. They’re one of the country’s largest importers of antiques and mid-century items. Aslett Antiques & Mid-Century stock beautifully restored furniture such as tables, desks, wardrobes, sofas, and more. They also offer plenty of art deco homewares to add character to your home.
Great for: Restored antique timber furniture.
Top tip: They post their sale items on their website. So keep an eye out to catch a bargain.
South Perth Antiques and Collectibles – 151 Canning Hwy, South Perth
From furniture and jewellery to toys and silverware, South Perth Antiques and Collectibles has an extensive range of antique and retro items to satisfy your old-school cravings. They even do free delivery to all Australian capital cities.
Great for: Militaria and Australiana collectors.
Top tip: Filled with vintage toys, jewellery and collectibles, this is the perfect spot to find unique gifts for your loved ones.
Trinity Antiques – Trinity Arcade, 205/72 St Georges Ter, Perth
Your go-to for fine jewellery and antiques, Trinity Antiques offers a stunning selection of rare 19th Century and art deco jewellery. They also specialise in antique porcelain collectibles.
Great for: Antique jewellery.
Top tip: These guys also make custom jewellery. So if you don’t find what you’re looking for, simply put in your order!
Louis’ Antiques – 83 Nanson St, Wembley
Louis’ Antiques sources old furniture, art and collectibles from the UK and Europe. It’s also home to two of the city’s leading antique restorers. If you’re looking for furniture from yesteryear with a perfect finish, this is the place for you.
Great for: Restored antique furniture.
Top tip: With new stock arriving every 8 weeks, be sure to make Louis’ a bimonthly outing.
Goodwood House Antiques – 44 East St, Guildford
Offering an eclectic selection of local and European antiques and collectibles, Goodwood House Antiques is your one-stop-shop for authentic antique furniture with character. From display cabinets to sideboards and other quirky finds, you’ll want to do a few laps so you don’t miss anything.
Great for: Giving your living room a vintage makeover.
Top tip: If you prefer to do your shopping at home (and in your pyjamas), you can buy their items online.
Perhaps you’ve gone a bit overboard with your antiques collection? We’ve got a storage unit for that. Keep your jewellery, china and silverware safe during storage with these tips.
Or, if you’re only just getting started with your antiquing expedition, you’ll want to read our Ultimate Guide to Antiquing.