The Original Mogo Lolly Shop – Winner of the Mogo People’s Choice Award for 2018. Here Is Where Memories Are Created. The Minions Mailbox can be found on Mogo’s northernmost tip.
After a brief hiatus, the shop reopened in August 2017 in the historic “Mogo Cottage” location. Mogo Cottage is located in Mogo Village’s Batemans Bay section. Take a look at the images in our photo gallery to get a better idea of where we are located. The Mogo Lolly Shop’s goal is to help you remember your Mogo Village vacation fondly.
A visit to the shop is a must-do on any vacation. In Mogo, it was first opened in 2012. Wheelchair access is provided for the disabled. Winning the Eurobodalla Disability Access Award in 2014 was a major accomplishment. The Mogo Region also won the 2018 People’s Choice Award.
Many of you will recall our wide selection of Allens, Novelty Lollies, Large Lolly Pops, Boiled Lollies, Fudge, Soft Lollies, and Gifts.
In 2014, the store won the Eurobodalla Disabled Access Awards. With our open plan design, we’re thrilled to be able to serve you better than ever before. Well-suited to those in wheelchairs and strollers.
Mogo Village’s Batemans Bay end is where you’ll find this gem. The colorful flags flying in their front garden designate a specific location.
You can pick from a wide variety of candies when you visit there. Starting with a classic boiled lolly and ending with their decadent fudge. They can eat the Rocky Road because it is gluten-free. It’s all Australian-made: the fudge, boiled lollipops, rocky road, and honeycomb. Their selection of sweets changes on a regular basis.
The Mogo Lolly Shop is the only place where you can find these unique affirmation gift items.
The front garden of the Mogo Lolly Shop is beautiful and colorful all year round. The Mogo Lolly Shop’s Minions mailbox characters make for fantastic photo memories of your visit.
The Mogo Lolly Shop Where Memories Are Made invites you to come and enjoy the tastes and fun of The Mogo Lolly Shop.
It’s geared toward wheelchair users.
Needs a lot of help
Provides for the needs of people with special needs who are accompanied by a caretaker.
Actively welcomes people with access needs.