Op Shop

The Parish owns a modern Op Shop which is staffed and supported by a willing and generous team of volunteers.  It is located on the Corner of Grant and Tamar Streets in Ballina.   Easy parking is available adjacent to the shop.

The shop is open Monday – Friday from 9.00am to 3.30pm and on Saturdays from 9.00am to 12 midday.

The Op Shop is seeking volunteers looking for friendship and an opportunity to serve our community. Morning and afternoon shifts available. If you are interested, please phone Julie Harwood 0408 653 283,  Ann Emery 0417 259 290 or the Op Shop 6686 0868, for more information.  

The shop provides an outlet for people to dispose of clothing and other useful items they no longer want and at the same time give others the opportunity to buy something they can put to good use at very reasonable prices.

As well as providing an outlet for good value clothing it also provides a social meeting place for buyers and volunteers alike.   Come and check us out – you will be pleasantly surprised at the range and amazingly good value of the items we sell.

There is something for everybody. As well as a wide range of clothing for ladies, men, teenagers and children, there are household items, kitchenware, manchester, books, shoes, a wide range of  bric-a-bac, kids toys, bags, jewelry and framed pictures and paintings.

The shop makes a useful and important contribution to the day to day operation of the Anglican Parish of Ballina which provides support and outreach to a wide range of people in the community with various levels of need and as well provides funds to support welfare and mission programs locally, nationally and internationally. The Op Shop can be contacted on  6686 0868.