A peek down our aisles shows that we have a huge range of everyday groceries, local goodies, exotic gourmet needs, international and imported ingredients and a fantastic range of gluten free and health giving products. Learn More
Our Deli stocks a range of cheeses as well as smallgoods, real ham off the bone, and delicious marinated olives – Then there’s our famous platters, prepared grab’n go or take home and eat meals! Learn More
Our meat section is managed by staff who are passionate about the quality of our product and are very particular. Their dedication ensures our meat is..learn more
Our seasonal recipes are updated regularly and shared on our Facebook page. Wherever possible we always incorporate local ingredients, suppliers and manufacturers.
Plus you will usually find one or more of the ingredients on special in our store – So it’s a great way to cook seasonally and save money!
We also love sharing customers own recipes so if you have something you would like to share with us and see in our recipe library, please let us know!
But don’t take out word for it – Check out how we bing you everyday value for money and cracking weekly specials!
As locally owned independent businesses, we have always taken great pride in being part of the community and offering our customers the convenience of shopping local. And while we know that friendly service and local convenience are important, giving you great value for money is what keeps you coming back. That’s why we’ve introduced IGA’s Price Match*
At Cooroy IGA we keep the spirit of community alive by offering you a tailored product range, genuine and friendly service, supporting local suppliers while giving back to local communities and offering you low prices every day across the store.
Our weekly catalogue is packed full of specials right across the store! In fact you'll find many products at half price (or better), including the brands you know and trust.
Our goal at the store is to support community groups, sporting and recreational organisations in our region and of course those local community organisations you don’t hear about every day.