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Mukau Giftware & Gallery

Open 7 days, 10am - 4pm
2/69 Bussell Hwy, Cowaramup WA 6284
MuKau is in Cowaramup, 12km north of Margaret River on the Bussell Highway or half an hours drive south of Busselton. You'll find them just off the Highway in Bottrill Street next to the Candy Cow. You can't miss it... look for the white building with big brown spots!
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  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
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    Rainy Day

Just the spot for quality gifts. Something for everyone - including that difficult to buy for person!

MuKau Giftware & Gallery showcases a fantastic range of hard to find gifts for that difficult to buy for person.

You will find children's wooden toys and puzzles, board games, books and craft and gorgeous baby gifts from Aden & Anais, Jellycat, Alimrose, Mr Fly and OB Designs. There's a great range of handbags including Elk, Rugged Hide and The Wanderers along with hand made ceramics from Willyabrup Dreaming, Micky & Stevie lamps, gorgeous Ecoya and Mrs Darcy candles, skincare from Myrtle & Moss and Salus and jewellery from Fabienne, Samantha Abbott Glass, Woodfolk, Paird and MoeMoe. For the men, there is novelty giftware, games, hardware, books and tin robots and toys of yesteryear. MuKau also boasts the best range of greeting cards in the South West!

The upstairs art gallery houses paintings and sculptures from amazing local artists.

Pop in for a visit next time you're in CowTown!

Google Reviews

This is a fabulous little gift store with the most wonderful children's section. We will definitely be back and recommend it highly. The service was excellent too. Sharon Edwards
Perfect! Great friendly service, tremendous selection of gifts... presentation - excellent! Thank you... highly recommended. Elizabeth “Nanny E” Van Der Syde
Great little gift store. Had items that were high quality, thought out and genuinely unique. Adam
The gallery upstairs is very cool, nice little gift shop that we stop by every time we visit the South West stephanie vincent
Loved the play on words of Moo Cow. Lynda Blyth
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