Venture into The Rockey
J UST minutes off the Hume Highway, in Longwood, Victoria, you can find The Rockery Gemstone Museum.
The Rockery Gemstone Museum opened on Hill Street more than 16 years ago and in its nine rooms contains thousands of fossils, crystals and rare rocks on display and for sale.
The Rockery is a house full of the most intriguing gems, crystals and minerals from Australia and around the world complete with tours and light refreshments.
Recently, The Rockery has received new stocks of jewellery, featuring gems from Indonesia and Thailand.
They have also received supplies of rose quartz and citrine, as well as lovely new beads and necklaces.
Also available are bracelets and earrings made from stones including lapis and amethyst.
“The Rockery is a great place to get that something special at an affordable price.
“For anyone interested in rocks, crystals and gems, come on down to The Rockery to find what you’ve been looking for,” said owner Maurie Brodie.
The Rockery Gemstone Museum is located at 31-33 Hill Street, Longwood and is open 10am-5pm from Wednesday-Sunday, as well as during school and public holidays.
The museum is also open at other times for groups by appointment.
More information about The Rockery is available by calling (03) 5798 5595 or see the museum’s Facebook page.
FASCINATING:The Rockery Gemstone Museum, run by Maurie Brodie, attracts a range of visitors enthusiastic about gems, crystals and minerals.