Fiordland House was located on the shore of beautiful Lake Te Anau in Southern New Zealand. The shop is now closed and remaining stock only on Facebook Shop and Trade Me.
Te Anau is the gateway town and the beginning of the stunning road trip to New Zealand's most visited tourist site of Milford Sound. There are many options for you stay for only one night or more and Te Anau has much to offer the traveller.
The shop is no longer open but was located behind the large Takahe statue on the main street of Te Anau, Fiordland House was opened in October 1982 by Bert and Lorna Bradley of Te Anau. The shop was very small and sold predominantly NZ Made hand knit sweaters and woollen underwear. Ian and Claire Collie took over ownership in July 1987 and over the years the shop had been enlarged and the stock has moved to include a range of leisurewear products while still keeping the NZ Made products which recently mostly involve possum and merino content. Keri Antoniak and Ross Kerr purchased the business in July 2012 from the Collies who were retiring to their property on the outskirts of Te Anau. In May 2019 the shop was closed permanently.
The goods left over from the shop and are now on our Facebook Shop and Trade Me - all listed at heavily discounted prices. The sizes available are all that are left. New products however may continue to appear on here as time permits to load them up. Thanks for shopping with us.