An Aladdin's cave of antiques, furniture, tools and collectables to suit any budget

You’ll find Dungog Country Antiques housed in a heritage listed building in Dowling Street Dungog. 

Deceptively small from the street but with a spacious, air-conditioned interior, Dungog Country Antiques showcases an eclectic collection of vintage items from fine art to bric a brac with each piece carefully purchased by owner, Jenny Lewis.

For more information and to see a selection of what's on offer go to our extensive Antiques catalogue.

Whether it's bush walking in Barrington Tops National Park, canoeing on the Williams River or cycling in the famous Pedalfest - there's mountains to do around Dungog in the Hunter Valley

As well as immersing yourself in the past at Dungog Country Antiques, why not take in a film at the Historic James Theatre, the oldest purpose built cinema still operating in Australia? Or spend time at the Dungog Historical Society Museum or drop into some historic homes?

You can also enjoy the Williams River by canoe, go bushwalking, fishing or pay a visit to one of the many famous Hunter Valley wineries.

You can even stop off at a lavender farm or play a round of golf. And don’t forget, things liven up even more during the Dungog Film Festival, the Dungog Show and Dungog Pedalfest.

You’ll be gobsmacked by Dungog.

Dungog Country Antiques: Furniture that only gets better with age

American oak, Queensland maple, Indonesian Teak. These are just some of the high quality and rare timbers that go into making an amazing array of furniture on sale at Dungog Country Antiques.

Adorned with the patina of age and possessing all the credentials of environmental sustainability, antique and re-cycled furniture is rapidly increasing in popularity. When updating our stock, we love to come across a variety of benches, stools, tables, mirrors, sideboards and smaller occasional pieces that captivate our customers with their beauty and prospect of lifelong pleasure.