Alderley Creek General Store
Alderley Creek General Store
Alderley Creek General Store

Alderley Creek General Store

2653 The Bucketts Way
Booral NSW 2425
Australia

Saturday 9am - 12pm Open today, 9am - 12pm

Sunday Closed

Monday Closed

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Closed

Thursday Closed

Friday 9am - 12pm

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Homewares and coffee with a warm welcome!

Alderley Creek General Store offers a special shopping experience with a wonderful coffee in hand.

With a welcoming warmth our store offers customers a lovely homely feel with great service, locally sourced and handcrafted homewares, beautiful floral arrangements, coffee to accompany your browsing, and of course our wines from our wonderful Alderley Creek vines.

Our natural Raw Suds Soaps are handmade by us onsite at Alderley Creek and are the perfect way to treat yourself with all the wonderful goodness you deserve.

Soap making class in the vines at Alderley Creek

Join us at Alderley Creek General Store for our Raw Suds Soap Making Class. Providing morning tea and bubbles our workshop will be filled with fun while we make our wonderfully nourishing soaps. After around 3 hours of yum treats, bubbles and lots of laughs you will take home 1kg of amazing cold pressed soap from your class.

  • Sat 27 March 2021 10am-1pm (Sold Out)
  • Sat 24 April 2021 10am-1pm

Private classes are available to groups with a minimum of four. For more information please private message us to arrange this wonderful workshop.

Please note, Alderley Creek General Store is not a cafe. We offer our fresh coffee and beautiful homewares to our visitors as they browse our store.

About our historic building

Alderley House is on the Bucketts Way, halfway between Stroud and Booral.

Constructed in the Georgian style, with a verandah, timber columns, multi-paned windows and hipped roof, the cottage was built with convict labour c.1831-32 for the Australian Agricultural Company's farrier and his family. The stables were located at the rear of the building.

Cobb and Co subsequently used it as a staging post and an apocryphal story suggests that the local bushranger Captain Thunderbolt, who had stolen horses at nearby Monkerai, also rested them here.

Today Alderley House is the site of the Alderley Creek General Store and a small vineyard growing chambourcin and verdelho grapes.