Opals Down Under

Palmview, Sunshine Coast Area

Situated on the Bruce Highway on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, Opals Down Under has one of the finest selections of opals you’ll see anywhere in the world. This magnificent display of opals will have your jaw dropping, your eyes sparkling, and give you opal fever in no time!

Forget your grandma’s ugly old triplet brooch - opals are fresh, exciting, and fashionable! These amazing gemstones are a timeless living rainbow right before your eyes. Opals Down Under specialises in all types of opal, including white opal, crystal opal, boulder opal, and the world famous black opal.

Visit the experts in opal, with over 40 years experience in professional opal mining, cutting, wholesale and retail in the family. Opals Down Under cut all of their own opals, therefore prices are very reasonable. Learn how opals are mined by watching a fascinating documentary, or watch opals being cut in person by a professional opal cutter. (Please book in advance).

Relax in the spacious, air conditioned showroom as you browse through a large selection of loose opals and opal jewellery to suit any budget. Opals make the perfect Australian gift, or maybe you just want to treat yourself!

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily9am - 5pm
30 Juni 2016-9am - 12pm
25 Dezember 2016Closed

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
11 Ballantyne Court
Palmview, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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