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Wollongong City Council

Second Hand Shopping

Shopping second hand is a great way to reduce waste, keep items out of landfill, and save money.

Op shops, garage sales, markets and online sites have lots of great second hand options available for clothes, furniture, homewares and much more.

Some current second hand shopping options are shown below. This is provided as a guide only, and we can’t guarantee it’s correct.

If you have any questions, contact the organisations listed below, or search online for more information.

Based at our waste depot, the Revolve Centre recovers and sells useable goods to save them from going to landfill. Drop in to find books, homewares, furniture, sporting goods and more.

We've put together an Op Shop guide PDF, 579.65 KB of local stores.

You can also get information about store locations and hours for larger charity organisations on the websites below:

If you're building or renovating and want to add some unique features, try using second hand building materials.

Our Revolve Centre has lots of reclaimed buidling materials, like doors, windows, wood, metal, sinks and more.

There are several local groups that offer second hand goods for sale or trade. Some even provide items for free!

Please note that we don't endorse any particular organisations. These links are provided as a guide only, and details may change without notice.

You can also find many local buy and sell groups on Facebook.

Many of the regular markets in our area include stallholders who sell pre-loved items.

Please note, we don't endorse any particular market,. This information is provided as a guide only, and details may change without notice.