Tannum Toys, gaming and convenience is a family run business comprising of Roslyn, Peter and Andrew Frost. Photo: Paul Braven / The Observer
Tannum Toys, gaming and convenience is a family run business comprising of Roslyn, Peter and Andrew Frost. Photo: Paul Braven / The Observer Paul Braven

Toy shops bringing fun and games back to life

WE'RE all children at heart and Tannum Toys, Gaming and Convenience lets your imagination run wild.
From Lego to board games, models, dolls, costumes and war gaming sets, this family run business has you covered.
Store owners and staff Roslyn, Peter and Andrew Frost have been in the industry for four years and they're going from strength to strength.
They have recently opened a new shop in town at 2/28 Tank St, but will keep their original 3/5 Garnet St, Tannum Sands, store as their headquarters.
Mrs Frost said the business now employed a couple of junior staff.
"We're an independent toy shop which is a rare treat," she said.
"We keep things very personable in store and go that extra mile for the customer."

If you request a particular toy, the team will try to track it down and get it in for you.
They sell hobby and model planes, kites, jigsaws and much more.
Mrs Frost said you needed to have an open mind and a sense of fun.
"We're finding that the gargoyle statues are quite popular, along with the Euro bikes and limited-edition toy cars for the big kids," she said.
A variety of toys will be on show at the expo and the team will be on hand to take you back to your childhood.
 



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