Give that special someone the best gift this Valentine's Day and Buy Regional

Published: 10 February 2021

Give that special someone the best gift this Valentine's Day and Buy Regional

Romantics searching for the perfect present for the love of their life should look no further than Buy Regional this Valentine’s Day.


Regional NSW is renowned for tasty treats, mouth-watering produce and homemade chocolates as well as unforgettable experiences.

The Buy Regional webpage is a NSW Government initiative containing a fantastic array of gift ideas from an ever-expanding list of regional small businesses from right across NSW.

What could be better than spending a night under the stars in the beautiful New England countryside with your loved one in one of Glamping New England’s Luxury bell-shaped tents.

If a picnic is more your style, why not pack your romantic hamper with artisan cheese from the Coolamon Cheese company, which provides an array of quality local cheeses and hampers direct from Coolamon to your picnic basket.

With some of the best experiences, and quality produce right here in NSW, make sure you Buy Regional this Valentine’s Day.

Some of the great gift ideas on Buy Regional include:

  • The Riverina Hamper Co. – Beautiful hampers for him or her showcasing produce from the Riverina Murray region of NSW.
  • TLC Bath Products – Soaps, soaks and scrubs handmade in small batches with locally sourced ingredients from Griffith.
  • Balloon Joy Flights – Hot air balloon flights over the Belubula Valley at Canowindra.
  • Beloved Scents – Beautiful soy candles, fragrances and body & bath products all handmade in the Shoalhaven region.
  • Hunter Valley Resort – 35 quiet rooms on 100 acres with an onsite brewhouse, wine tasting, vineyard and horse riding.

To buy a regional product or register your business, visit: www.nsw.gov.au/buyregional

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