Vadoulis Garden Centre in South Australia closes after 64 years


The owner of Vadoulis Garden Centre in South Australia has announced its closure after 64 years of operation.

Milton Vadoulis made the closure announcement on social media on Thursday, May 16.

“After 64 years, three generations and two sites, it is with a heavy heart and mixed emotions that I have to announce the closure of our Gawler operation,” Mr Vadoulis said.

“I’d like to thank you, all our beautiful loyal customers, our fantastic staff and wonderful suppliers for a great journey and wonderful memories.”

Vadoulis Garden Centre has operated since 1960 and been a fixture in the Gawler community since 1969.

The 4000 sqm site is stocked with a range of plants, outdoor furniture, giftware, books and jewellery and has been staffed by a team of 15 workers.

The centre is running a closing-down sale and offering 30 per cent off plants, pots, garden hardware and gift wares, while the cafe will continue to operate as usual until Sunday, June 30.

Source: The Advertiser.




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