Wednesday, May 29, 2013

T is for Tyabb...

T is for Tyabb...
(Continuing my series on the Mornington Peninsula)

Tyabb, in the hinterland of the peninsula, is probably best known for its quaint little antique, art and craft village.
It is like wandering through a wonderland of treasures all swirling round an unusual dining experience - an old red carriage of a train.
(Such old carriages were fondly called "red rattlers".)

where old dreams whisper
and new dreams may long to fly
a village with soul

Apart from being the hub of antiques and crafts, Tyabb is also home to the small Mornington Peninsula airport.
Each March, this airport hosts an airshow.

Linking to:
ABC Wednesday Round 12 - T is for Tyabb



I would LOVE to go with you to this magical place and shop to my heart's content!! Wonderful.

Luna Miranda said...

looks like a Terrific place to shop. love those quaint antique and arts shops.

Leslie: said...

I'd love to visit these quaint little shops.

abcw team

Roger Owen Green said...

such a pleasant locale.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

richies said...

Looks like a fun place to visit.
An Arkies Musings

Nonnie said...

Tyabb looks enchanting! Please, what is a parking toilet?

Sharp Little Pencil said...

Paradise. What a charming place, in a town that I love more every time I visit your blog. Thanks for a look at a lovely sanctuary, Gemma! Amy

Marleen said...

A place well worth visiting!

Beverley Baird said...

What a lovely place! Great shot of the town.

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