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Whippletree Junction is an ever changing shopping centre, but there are a few shops that have been there for a number of years. Including world famous Fudge, fantastic espresso and breakfast lunch - Coffee Shack and growing shopping experiences. One of the Local Native Indian...More
Worth a stop en route heading North or Driving South on the Malahat Hwy on Vancouver Island!
Thoroughly enjoyed a variety of shops and delightful staff. Had an excellent egg salad sandwich and coffee at the Whippletree Cafe for under $ 10.00!
Browsed at many...More
Whippletree Junction is home to a number of small businesses but it was Herb Rice, a Master Cowichan carver that prompted my visit. His work is incredible and he is both an talented artist and raconteur. A visit to his workshop/studio (hidden in the very...More
We enjoyed wandering around the old buildings. Nice leg stretch break on the drive and the shops and grounds are interesting. Admittedly, it borders on run down and charming - but at this point, it's still charming.
The tea pot garden in the courtyard behind...More
Some reviews say this is a run down collection of old buildings but there are still some jewels in the group. The yarn shop is excellent with good prices and fantastic selection. The gift store behind had good prices and a nice selection of local...More
In the past this attraction was charming and interesting for locals and tourists. It is now a shambles because the owners are not investing in the maintenance of the site and buildings. For example, the coffee shop is particularly dirty and rundown. Hire some landscape...More
Along the Trans Canada highway south of Duncan. Restaurant coffee shop, art, furniture store and tourist interests. Nice place to stop on Vancouver Island. Suggest to check the website listed on this Tripadvisor page
The buildings are as authentic as you care to get. They used to occupy where the "Round building" and the world's "widest" totem pole are now, in Duncan. It's one of those places to stop if you are travelling through. It's also a go to...More