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Prahran

Uncover a modern day treasure

A spactious shop interior showing multiple clothes racks and displays with a man shopping, selecting a t-shirt off the rack

An op shop with personality in the heart of Prahran

Located just a few minutes from iconic Melbourne shopping precinct, Chapel Street, you’ll easily find our op shop at 110 Commercial Road because it is located a hop, skip and a jump away from where the Sandringham train line passes underneath.

There’s a reason why many of our customers say that we have the best op shops in Melbourne – they each have a unique personality and stock that reflects the spirit of the local community, adding a little local quirk to the shopping experience.

Much like our eleven other op shops in Melbourne, our Commercial Road store offers an upbeat shopping experience and an affordable array of clothing (including second-and designer clothing), retro furniture, music, bric-a-brac, homewares, books and accessories,  plus the chance to uncover a vintage or modern-day treasure.  

Parking is available on-site as well as in front of the shop.                                                                                         

"Lovely staff who have willingly accepted all my donations. Great layout and range - the volunteers here seem happy and passionate which is really great to see. Keep it up!" - Ruskii H

"Open 7 days, has a car park, so donation drop off is easy. Getting more stock as they go as the store is pretty new. Very friendly staff." - Freya C

Opening Hours:

7 days a week 10am-5.30pm.

Location

110 Commercial Road, Prahran

03 8658 1699

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0128,000Meals served through our meals program over the last year
070959Hours contributed by our volunteers over the last year
06,476Responses at our Women’s House over the last year
Sacred Heart Mission respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate our services. We pay our respects to the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal peoples, and to Elders past, present and future.
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