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Christ Church Opportunity Shop Brunswick

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by Fatima Abou-Eid (subscribe)
Just your average teen, living in Melbourne, whose main joy in life is writing about anything and everything.
Published March 30th 2013

Are you a veteran Op Shopper? Or are you looking for an Op Shop to start shopping at? Whatever your situation, I have the perfect Op Shop for you! The Brunswick Christ Church Op Shop is a fantastic little store that sells anything you could ever want or need, all for the cheapest prices you'll find in Melbourne.

It is located in Brunswick 8 Glenlyon Road, just before Sydney Road behind the old Christ Church. It is open Wednesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

There are several racks of clothing to sift through and loads of boxes and bags of more donated clothing of excellent quality some brand new from leading retail stores like Target. Only the best quality clothing are put on sale. And at such cheap prices, as well. Jeans from $3, jumpers from $4, big warm coats from just $6!

The clothes aren't the only great thing, though. There is also a bookshelf packed with awesome books from just $1! Astounding, no? There are also mirrors, plates, gloves, hats and scarves and jewellery for sale, too. Whatever you want, you'll find it here and the only way you'll leave with a much lighter wallet is if you buy a whole trolley of knick knacks and treasures.

Come on by and enjoy the wonderful shopping experience offered. Maybe I'll see you there!
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Why? If you love a bargain, you won't regret coming down!
When: Wednesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm
Where: 8 Glenlyon Road, Brunswick
Cost: It's so cheap, it's almost unbelievable.
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