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East St Kilda

An op shop with a wide range of antique and vintage wares

Interior of the East St Kilda op shop, there is rack of clothes and on top is a colourful display of hats, along the back wall is bookshelves full of books and knick knacks

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Our East St Kilda op shop is our little shop of treasures. Once a milk bar, the shop now consists of three rooms full of great finds, plus hand-selected men’s and women’s clothing, kids stuff and more.

Boutique and top brand fashion are refreshed with new stock throughout the day, everyday. Plus all the hats, shoes, bags and a wide range of accessories including a quality range of jewellery, working watches and sunglasses are a treat to browse through.

In the old dairy cabinets, you'll find a terrific selection of kitchenware, crockery and knick knacks. If it's antiques and collectables you're after, you'll find three cases full to rummage through. Our shop also boasts an interesting range of fiction, nonfiction and collectable books.

"A gem in my local neighborhood. I love that it is open on a Sunday and the volunteers are very helpful and friendly. I've bought great shoes, bags, clothes, books, kitchenware and bric-a-brac from here. A must for any op shop lover." - Katina M

"My favourite Melbourne Op shop by far. I have been a regular shopper here since it opened approximately 8? years ago. Love the staff and value for money. Have found many treasures here over the years." - Diana

Opening hours: 

Seven days a week, 10am-5pm.

Location

415 Inkerman Street, (cnr Hotham St) East St Kilda

Contact Phone: 03 9527 5778

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