Charitable donations of used goods may be dropped off at or near the Op Shop
Monday..................... 09:00 am — 03: 00 pm
Tuesday..................... 09:00 am — 03: 00 pm
Wednesday............... 09:00 am — 03:00 pm
Thursday....................09:00 am — 03:00 pm
Friday..........................09:00 am — 03:00 pm
Saturday*.................. 09:00 am — 12:00 pm
* First Saturday of the month only
...all that sparkles
...men's, women's and Children's
New & Pre-loved
When you walk into your local Op Shop what do you see? Probably just a range of second-hand goods at a bargain price.`
You may be aware that you are supporting a charity or a local community organisation but what you don’t see or consider is the great social impact and community building roles your local op shop plays in your community.
Many Op Shops are not just a social enterprise supporting community through the sale of goods, did you know they
Provide a place for our retirees to come together to “give back” to their communities
Support mums returning to work get their mojo (confidence) back
Is a place for long-term unemployed to gain training, new skills, and confidence when embarking upon returning to the workforce
Encourage young people and uni students to gain valuable work experience
Work with local disability services to provide local volunteering opportunities for their clients
Upskill their volunteers through training
give social support to people with mental health issues
Cream or milk with your tea?
Aladdin's Lamp or a tea pot?
Odds and Sods
by Doreen Savery
Victory Press 1960, Reprinted 1962.
Printed in Great Britain for Victory Press, Clapham Crescent, London, S.W. 4 by Richard Clay and Company, Ltd., Bungay, Suffolk.
by James Salter
(The Lived and Died Alone):
First published 1957 by Wm. Heinemann Ltd. This Edition, slightly abridged, published 1958 by Pan Books Ltd., 8 Headfort Place, London, S.W.I
of a Name
by Heather White
Enemy Coast Ahead
by Guy Gibson V.C.
Oxford University Press, Amen House, E.C. 4. London, Edinburgh Glasgow New York, Toronto, Melbourne, Capetown, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras.
Humphrey Milford publisher to the University. Printed 1941 in Great Britain at the University Press, Oxford, by John Johnson.
First published 1946 by Michael Joseph Ltd. This edition published 1955 by Pan Books Ltd., 8 Headfort Place, London, S.W. I, 2nd Printing 1955, 3rd Printing 1955, 4th Printing 1956. Printed in Great Britain by Richard Clay and Co., Ltd., Bungay, Suffolk and bound by Flexibook Thermoplastic Binder manufactured by The Book Machinery Co. Ltd., 72-74 Victoria St., London, S.W. I
Penny Goes To Rhodesia
by Elsie Milligan
Pickering & Inglis Ltd.
29 Ludgate Hill, London, E.C. 4 – 229 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, C. 2 Fleming H. Revell Company, Westwood, New Jersey. Home Evangel Books Ltd., 1 Waterman Avenue, Toronto, 16
by R.S. Porteous
First published in Australia 1960 by The Australasian Publishing Co. Pty. Ltd. 35 York Street, Sydney, N.S.W. in association with George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, London. Reprinted 1961 (twice); 1962; 1963 (twice)
above the Diamantina
by Arthur W. Upfield
A Pattern of Islands
by John Murray
Set up bound in Australia by Halstead Press Pty Limited, 9-19 Nickson Street – Sydney 1940.
First published 1953, Thirteenth Impression 1964, Printed in Great Britain by Cox & Wyman, Ltd., London, Fakenham and Reading and published by John Murray (Publishers) Ltd.
by Eleanor Dark
First published by Wm. Collins 1941, First issued in Fontana Books 1973. Printed in Great Britain.
Wings of Death
The Battle Over Germany
The RAF’s greatest victory and one of Australian pilot’s darkest hours
by Andrew Mason:
First published in New Zealand and simultaneously in Australia 1967 by Scripts Pty. Ltd. Printed by New Century Press Pty. Ltd. 3-5 North York Street, Sydney. Scripts Pty. Ltd. 40 Miller Street, North Sydney. 406 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia
by J. Cottler & H. Jaffe
First published October 1932 by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 182 High Holborn, London, W.C. 1. Reprinted. October 1936.
A Hand Uplifted
First published in Great Britain 1963 by Frederick Muller Limited. Printed and bound by Cox and Wyman Limited. London, Reading and Fakenham.
a fragment of autobiography
by Richard Seddon
The Mystery Message
by T.C. Bridges
First printed 1927 by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 182 High Holborn, London, W.C.I
by Joseph Conrad
Penguin Modern Classics, Penguin Books 529 Lord Jim5r6 1, Penguin Books 529 Lord Jim5r61
Clear The Decks
by Daniel V. Gallery
Warner Paperback Library Edition, First printed February 1967, Second printing January 1968, Third printing January 1969, Fourth printing April 1970, Fifth printing March 1973. This Warner Paperback Library edition is published by arrangement with William Morrow & Company, Inc. Warner Paperback Library is a division of Warner Books, Inc., 315 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10010
The School On The Cliff
by JEthel Talbot
Made in England. Printed in Great Britain by L.T.A. Robinson Limited, The Eotolph Printing Works, London.
Robin Of Maoriland
by Esther Glen :: Illustrated by Kathleen W. Coales
Author of Six Little New Zealanders, Uncles Three at Kamahi
First printed 1929. 1929. Made and printed in Great Britain by Butler and Tanner Ltd., Frome and London.
by Quentin Reynolds
First published in 1946 by Cassell and Company Ltd., London. Now published in 1955 by Hamilton and Co. (Stafford) Ltd., London.
This book has some loose pages, suitable for restoration
Next Door To Number Five
by Katharine L. Oldmeadow, Illustrated by Arthur Twidle
Printed in Great Britain by Northumberland Press Limited, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. London, The Religious Tract Society, Manchester, Madrid, Lisbon, Budapest.
by Richard Seddon
First published in Great Britain, Corgi edition 1972, Corgi Books published by Transworld Publishers, Ltd., Cavendish House, 57-59 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, Londone, W.5.