Uki - "Putting the Unity into Community".
Uki is a little village nestled at the base of Wollumbin (Mt Warning). Uki is populated with unique and creative individuals who make it unlike any other little town you will come across. Although it is small, we are lucky enough to have a collection of small businesses including a fantastic second hand bookstore, a vintage and antique store and a silver smith and that’s just a few.
Uki is lucky enough to be 15 minutes away from the regional art gallery, which showcases some of our best domestic and international artists. We are also lucky enough to be surrounded by some of the world’s best watering holes and beaches.
Uki is a colorful place even during the day when we are at work and the kids are at school you can often find someone playing a guitar or picnicking in the local park. Glow dance is a regular event which is well known for bringing the towns people together in a celebration of dance and good music.
The regions abundant rainfall meant dairy farming was a major industry in the past and Norco (Northern Rivers Co Operative) built and operated a buttery. The buttery was decommissioned in 1947 and after changing hands several times the Uki residents association had the for sight to purchase the building in 1991.
It is now utilised as retail space for the following businesses:
Showcasing the regions best in handmade work.
The Jewel of Uki
@ Old Buttery factory Uki, an eclectic mix of jewellery, gemstones, silver mariana jewellery, crystals and minerals from all around the world. Plus local thundereggs from the Mt Warning area.
Recycled glass hanging balls from Europe, absolutely unique and beautiful. A range of unique clothing, Australian made soaps, incense and flying animals and bird wall art. Handmade mulberry leaf rose lights and more.
Come and check it all out.
The best pies in the Northern Rivers give the kangaroo pie a go!
Technology for the region.
Antique & Vintage At Uki
You could spend hours browsing through the extensive collection of vintage and second hand items.
Handcrafted uniquely designed clothing.
Fortuna Uki Bookshop
An extensive range of books and magazines at affordable prices.
Astrology readings by appointment with Paolo Emma member and gold medal winner of FAA (Federation of Australian Astrology) with 50 years experience.
Every third Sunday of the month Uki holds a market at the buttery, the community comes out to celebrate good food and music from local musicians. Many bargains are to be found from second hand books, vintage designer clothing to artwork form local artists. If food is your thing the renowned pizza loca brings his famous pizza for all to enjoy made in his portable pizza stove. Coffee oasis offers a range of chai, coffee and cakes while the town people sit amongst the trees catching up to the sound of one of our many talented musicians.
Restaurants and cafes
As you enter Uki you will see to your left the beautiful lizard lounge across the road from the Uki buttery. Friendly service and delicious healthy meals and snacks accompanied with some of the best coffee around. The lounge lizard is open most days including market Sunday.
Uki café offering a range of delicious food, coffee and boutique beers.
Stocking a complete range of supermarket items for locals, campers and tourists. Specialising in locally produced fruit, vegetables, nuts and smallgoods, as well as locally made jams and honey.
Northern New South Wales is the ideal location to take a break and "stay awhile". There is a range of accommodation styles and prices to suit all visitors.
Tweed Regional Gallery and Margret Olley Centre
We can almost guarantee you have not seen a gallery in a more beautiful location, surrounded by stunning gardens and green grass and cows grazing. Although the gallery has exhibitions from big international and domestic artists they also host many local competitions such as the olive cotton photography award which offers $20,000 as a prize.
Margret Olley centre was opened in march and has created a lot of buzz and excitement, you can roam around the perfectly re constructed house which took years to plan and curate, everything is placed as the famous Australian artist left it in her Sydney home. Our regional tweed art gallery is not one to be missed.