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Look'n' & Linger'n Antiques & Old Wares

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by Katharine (subscribe)
I heart South Australia - we have it all!
Published May 2nd 2012

Old Noarlunga is a quaint township south of Adelaide and despite its small size, there are several things to see and do. It was originally a market town in the 1800s. There is a very informative tourism information sign that points out the different landmarks and their importance to early South Australian settlement which, despite being a little weathered, is fascinating.

One such activity is to peruse the second hand shop that is located on the main street - 'Look'n' Linger'n'.

This is a particularly fun thing to do with the family, as the shops are within 200 metres of a playground, so both parents and children can enjoy some leisure time on an outing in Old Noarlunga.
One of the many colourful items greeting shoppers

When entering the shop, you are likely to experience some jazz or ragtime music, which enhances your antique shopping experience. Whether you're in the market for tins, spoons, doilies, books or other bric-a-brac or really just a casual browse, it is a very nostalgic atmosphere.
The shop is home to many antiques such as these.

Rich in history, there are one-of-a-kind finds.

Brilliant blue pieces are grouped together.
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Why? A quaint shop perfect for a rainy day.
Where: 39 Patapinda Street, Old Noarlunga, SA
Cost: Free
Your Comment
Some constructive feedback for you. Very brief article and not very helpful if you do not give the opening hours. Hours should always be included for a business. You need to edit this.
by Kat May (score: 3|1434) 1260 days ago
Look'n & Linger'n is Open Alternate Weekends and all Public Holiday Monday Weekends. 10.30am- 4pm Saturdays and Public Holiday Mondays and 12pm -4pm Sundays.
Open each weekend in December
by graha (score: 0|2) 1049 days ago
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