St Kilda

An op shop for alternative and retro clothing aplenty

St Kilda Op Shop Coordinator Edwin Fox standing in the middle of several clothes racks in the op shop

Our original and still our best.

It’s the original and, in the minds of many customers, still the best of our op shops. Our proud flagship store is located in the grand 100 year-old Sacred Heart Mission Church Hall on Grey Street in the heart of St Kilda. It’s a treasure hunter's delight, chock full of treasures, from alternative and retro clothing, books, jewellery and music, to furniture, heaps of hats and everything in between.

The St Kilda op shop’s rock ‘n’ roll reputation is legendary - from the whales hanging from the roof, kooky mannequins and statues, to the oriental style fans, old clocks and records plastered everywhere –  our decor helps create a fun, relaxed shopping experience, especially if it's retro and alternative clothing you are after. You’ll find a huge variety of denim, leather and vinyl for both the femme fatale and rocker in your life.

There’s also a massive array of menswear and womenswear (including plus sizes), a kid’s corner, a wall full of shoes, funky furniture, mirrors and prints, crockery and an enormous books section.

A favourite meeting place for locals, the quirky St Kilda op shop is the quintessential St Kilda shopping experience.

"Need an op shop? This could be the place for you - bargain bargain bargain. Half my flat comes from this store. Rock bottom prices for the modern family." - Paul E

Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm.

Sat-Sun 9.30am-4.30pm


87a Grey Street, St Kilda

Contact Phone: 03 8658 1697

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