Abracadabra is much more than the basket store of its beginnings. You will find we are many stores in one unique location, bringing all the best from all the world to the little village of Bangalow.
You can choose from thousands of products in our Bangalow store, everything from rattan baskets to hippy clothes, die-cast model cars including classic flower power Kombis, hand-rolled Indian incense and bamboo wind chimes, paper lanterns and prayer flags, crucifix necklaces, buddha figurines and dreamcatchers, retro 90s tattoo chokers and tie-dye scarves, pirate flags and fairy dust, and 100% Indian cotton boho throw rugs that will take you back to the seventies Age of Aquarius that first laid roots right here on the north coast of NSW.
This is just a taste of the exciting, fun, colourful, mythical, spiritual, practical, earthy and ornamental things you will find in our Online Store. And best of all, we pack it fast and the delivery is free!
Peace, love and brown rice...
In Bangalow since 1973
Since 1973, Abracadabra has been inviting locals and visitors to enjoy the Abracadabra experience with its infectious TV message:
Abracadabra in Bangalow
West of Byron Bay
We promise satisfaction
or your money back
We're open every day
Easy Online Shopping
Forget about passwords and logins. Buy without having to sign up.
Buy it your way: by Paypal, bank deposit, or you can phone us with your credit card details.
We post by next business day, and standard delivery within Australia is free.
Satisfaction or your money back.. with a smile
That is the Abracadabra promise! We care about our products and we package them to ensure a safe journey. However, if the product is somehow faulty on arrival,contact us within 3 working days of receiving your purchase. Return the items to us in the condition you received them, with the labels intact, and we will refund your money.
Forty years of photos, movies, jingles and more...
The Abracadabra story, told through forty years of photographs and film.
We began in a tiny ex-butcher shop in the seventies, selling used furniture, bric-a-brac and second-hand books. Today we inhabit a space many times that size.
See the transformation for yourself: watch the old TV commercials and listen to the infectious jingle, or take a look at Bangalow as it was in the seventies when it was barely more than a truck stop on the highway.