Duck Duck Goose & Larder

For a small town Kyneton really punches above it's weight with a great selection of shops, cafes and fresh local produce, with Duck Duck Goose & Larder being a rather gorgeous addition to the scene.   
Housed in a large brick building (I believe used to be the old Kyneton Market) Duck Duck Goose & Larder stocks locally sourced fruit, vegetables, dairy products and meats, as well as a really tasteful selection of local, Australian and international range of sauces, pastas, olive oils, cordials, teas, preserves, and delicious pantry items.
At the front of the store a cafe opens onto an outdoor area facing Piper Street, with a selection of delicious home-baked pies, cakes, tarts and a yummy breakfast / brunch menu.  Dotted around the place are terrariums and succulents planted in old pots and enamel containers, which is right up my street (makes me realise how much I've neglected my little succulents recently) and I want to take them all home with me.
As well as food produce, there is also a small selection of very cute gift items, including this fabulous yellow Scandi-style teapot and cup set - cute! 
Saturday was a beautiful sunny day and the Gelati was very popular with little mr J. 
The selection of goods available has been really carefully selected - almost curated like a gallery - and I love all the beautiful packaging of the food.  How gorgeous are these small Panettoni boxes, I'm sure the sweet breads are delicious, but I'd buy them for the packaging alone.   
Duck Duck Goose & Larder 17 - 19 Piper Street, Kyneton


  1. By golly you take nice photos Lucy :)

  2. What a beautiful store, I love visiting Kyneton. As you said Lucy so many beautiful stores in one street. Will definitely pop in there on my next visit.

  3. I love that shop - however, I think I'm going to have to stop going there as I always manage to find a basket full of food I absolutely have to have ;-). Great resource for unusual ingredients in a small town.
    And I agree with Fran - lovely photos!