Brisbane Op Shops | ONLINE Op Shops & Physical Stores Now Open!

Brisbane Op Shops
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If you’re looking to expand your collection of children’s toys or art and craft materials, what about some new t-shirts for them to get mucky in? Why not consider a trip to one of many Brisbane op shops. Thrifty, environmentally-conscious and usually quite cheap! What’s not to love?

Sometimes called Charity Shops, these bargain centres are a great way to save money too!

Brisbane op shops for children’s clothes, toys and craft supplies

Brisbane op shops

In one of many Brisbane op shops you’ll find everything from barely used, big name toys to reams and reams of crafting materials for a fraction of retail price. Kids costumes, bedroom decorations, nursery lamps, children’s furniture – once you go op, you’ll just never stop! Plenty of opportunities here to create budget educational opportunities for your little ones.

Whether you are donating something you own and no longer need or looking to snag a quick bargain, there are Brisbane Op Shops on both the Northside or Southside to meet your needs! Some refer to their offerings as ‘vintage’, some people are expert ‘op-shoppers’ with an eye for an antique bargain. Some, like me, pop in to snaffle a treasure for a craft project. Whatever your reason for visiting Brisbane Op Shops you’ll find the ones we’ve listed here have plenty of second hand clothing, children’s toys, furniture, kitchenware and bric-a-brac. You are bound to find something to do the job at hand and you can rest assured knowing that your money is being put to good use to help people (and animals) in need.

We’ve collated a list of locations of Brisbane op shops where you’re sure to find the perfect things for the littlest members of your family. Who knows – it may even teach them a handy lesson about the value of money. If we’ve forgotten Brisbane op shops that you love, be sure to let us know in the comments!

Brisbane Tips Shops

Brisbane City Council’s two tip shops are open every weekend and sell quality used, recycled and second-hand products which have been salvaged before going to landfill. Brisbane’s tip shops are operated by the Endeavour Foundation, one of the largest non-government organisations in Australia supporting and providing opportunities for people with a disability.

Items sold at the tip shops have been donated for reuse via Council’s resource recovery centres. These quality reuseable items include:

  • household furnishings
  • collectables
  • books
  • toys
  • sporting equipment

You can find the tip shops at:

  • Acacia Ridge Tip Shop  – 46 Colebard Street West, Acacia Ridge
  • Geebung Tip Shop – 27A Prosperity Place, Geebung

Salvation Army Op Shops in Brisbane

The ‘Salvos’ practice ‘Fashion with a Conscience’ and are a haven for fashionistas keen to snap up designer pieces at rock bottom prices, as well as classic, unique and vintage garments. Salvos Stores allows you to dress individually for less money and with a clear conscience – Recyle, Re-use, Reduce!

With a reputation for being ‘cheaper’ than some of the other op shops, check out your local store here:

  1. Alderley Op Shop
    23 South Pine Road
  2. Archerfield Op Shop
    Unit 4, 17 Boniface Street
  3. Brendale Op Shop
    5/256 Leitchs Road
  4. Browns Plains Op Shop
    58 Eastern Road
  5. Burpengary Op Shop
    Unit 2, Burpengary Place
  6. Capalaba Op Shop
    7/71 Redland Bay Road
  7. Cleveland Op Shop
    Unit B, 25-31 Shore Street West
  8. Geebung Op Shop
    Shop 2, 8 Railway Parade
  9. Greenslopes Op Shop
    392 Logan Road
  10. Kallangur Op Shop
    1469 Anzac Avenue
  11. Lawnton Op Shop
    Unit 4, 690 Gympie Road
  12. Logan Central Op Shop
    Shops 1 & 2, 114 Wembley Road
  13. Lutwyche Op Shop
    554 Lutwyche Road
  14. Morayfield Op Shop
    Shop 7 & 8, 158-166 Morayfield Road
  15. Red Hill Op Shop
    80 Glenrosa Road
  16. Redcliffe Op Shop
    124 Sutton Street
  17. Rothwell Op Shop
    1B/739 Deception Bay Road
  18. Sandgate Op Shop
    77 Rainbow Street
  19. Sherwood Op Shop
    1/450 Sherwood Road
  20. Sinnamon Park Op Shop
    C102 & C203 532 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road
  21. Underwood Op Shop
    3255 Logan Road
  22. Wynnum Op Shop
    119 Bay Terrace
  23. Yamanto Op Shop
    405 Warwick Road

Salavation Army Op Shops Online

If you are looking for some online shopping at the Salvation Army try their online store.

Hills Church Op Shop and Café

79 Queens Rd, Everton Hills

07 3353 3693

Open every Friday and Saturday from 9:00am to 2:30pm the Hills Church Op Shop is one of the best places to go to find clothing, shoes and bric-a-brac at the lowest prices. There’s also a café with tea and baked goods to nibble on after you’ve snagged a bargain. Click here.

Lifeline – Brisbane Op Shops

Brisbane op shops

Lifeline Online

Lifeline online is Australia’s largest online op shop with over 10,000 items in 120 categories. Free shipping for orders over $50.

You can visit their online store here.

Lifeline stores all over Brisbane

Lifeline is one of Australia’s leading support charities with one of the biggest and best string of Op Shops over Australia. All of its stores are overflowing with generous donations including books, furniture, clothing and shoes, toys, electricals, Manchester and bric-a-brac. Some of the biggest and best are the ‘Super Stores’ which can be found all around Brisbane.

Acacia Ridge Super Shop

Unit 6, Boniface St, Archerfield
07 3272 7299

Brendale Super Shop

Unit 4 / 256 Leitchs Rd (cnr Kremzow), Brendale
07 3881 3586

Browns Plains Super Shop

Shop 2, 28 Johnson Rd, Browns Plains
07 3809 4582

Capalaba Super Shop

Unit 6, Merit St (cnr Redland Bay Rd), Capalaba
07 3390 2685

Logan Central Super Shop

Unit 2, 4 Leichhardt St, Logan Central
07 3299 2173

Loganholme Super Shop

3906 Pacific Highway, Loganholme
07 3806 1471

Margate Super Shop

25 Beaconsfield St, Margate
07 3283 2836

Virginia Super Shop

Unit 3 / 1928 Sandgate Rd, Virginia
07 3216 2623

Wilston Super Shop

1/278 Newmarket Rd, Wilston
07 3356 6546

Blackbird Kids Clothing Exchange Scarborough

252 Scarborough Road

Take in your kids clothes, toys or anything kid related and they will value them for the price that they will sell them for and give YOU in store credit so you can buy the things you need from their store. You can pick up a bargain from them, drop in donations or sell your own gear for their in store credit. It’s a little bit awesome! Find them here.

RSPCA Thrift Shop

Brisbane op shops

Cnr Merthyr & Lamington St, New Farm

07 3254 2309

The RSPCA Thrift Shop is home to a wide variety of donated goods from clothing, home and kitchen-wares, Manchester, toys, books, movies, knick-knacks, electricals and more! Click here.

RSPCA Shop Online

You can find the RSPCA online store here.

St Vincent de Paul Society “Vinnies”

Vinnies has been helping and supporting those in need across the globe since 1833. They now have over 600 OP Shops across Australia including 129 in Queensland alone which stock everything from clothing, furniture and home-wares. You can head over to their website and easy find the closest store near you. Find your nearest St Vincent de Pauls here.

Save The Children Op Shop

  1. 518 Ipswich Rd, Annerley
  2. 755 Gympie Rd, Chermside
  3. Shop 1, 133 Queen Street, Cleveland
  4. Shop 1, 1469 Anzac Highway, Kallangur
  5. 31 Beaconsfield St, Margate
  6. 1957 Logan Road, Upper Mt Gravatt
  7. 3/1221 Sandgate Road, Nundah
  8. 360 Logan Road, Greenslopes
  9. 99 Bay Terrace, Wynnum

You’ll get more than just retail therapy when you shop at one of Save the Children’s many op shops, situated in convenient locations around Brisbane.

Not only will you pick yourself up an array of recycled fashion pieces, toys, books and even some vintage and modern day gems, your purchases will help to create better lives for children in Australia and overseas. Their op shops are staffed by friendly volunteers who only add to the unique shopping experience.

Save the Children Op Shops Online

When you shop online at Save the Children, you will chose from a huge range of donations that are divided into categories and really quite cheap!

Steeple Op Shop

215 Oxley Road Graceville
07 3379 3769

Open Wednesday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Saturday 9:00am to 12:30pm, the Steeple Op Shop has got some great bargains in store. They’re stocked with several racks of women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, furniture and overflowing with bric-a-brac! Click here for more information.

Windsor Road Thrift Shop

Brisbane op shops

16 Windsor Rd, Red Hill

07 3368 2822

The Windsor Road Thrift Shop is open every Monday to Sunday from 9:30am to 2:30pm. With multiple sales throughout the year you’re sure to find the best bargains on all sorts of goodies from clothing, shoes and linens to books, home-wares, bric-a-brac and furniture. Click here to find their latest information on Facebook.

Wynnum Op Shop District

Florence St, Bay Tce and Edith St, Wynnum

If you’ve not extended your Brisbane op shops tour to Wynnum yet – have you really op shopped? Within this block radius you’ll find eight (EIGHT) op shops – many of which have a children and craft focus. This is the perfect place to stock your shopping bags full of bits and bobs for craft activities or decoration ideas. You could easily spend hours here and not have scratched the surface!

Looking for Op Shops in the Gold Coast area? Check out our list here.

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One response to “Brisbane Op Shops | ONLINE Op Shops & Physical Stores Now Open!”

  1. Katie Jane says:

    One of my favourite places to pick up a bargain has now reopened and i highly recommend checking it out. RSPCA thrift shop at Stones Corner. Personally I shop there for the huge selection of brand name clothes that are always so cheap! They also have a full wall of various different homewares and a huge range of cds, dvds, books, furniture, jewellery, bags,accessories, kids toys, bric a brac and other miscellaneous items. Parking is conviently located around the back of the store although took me a little while to find the first time (driveway is off Cleveland St). I also picked up a pair of genuine 9ct gold earrings there once a little while back for $2.00 so always worth looking for those hidden treasures. The best thing about it all though is that the money goes to helping rescue and save animal lives and i think thats a very important cause.

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