I'm a grandmother, a retired teacher, an avid reader who loves historical re-enactment, English Country Dance, writing and Op Shopping. My business www.StepIntoHistory.com.au is designed to help children experience history through school incursions.
Published April 22nd 2015
The Endeavour Foundation Warehouse at Beenleigh is HUGE. It is full of high quality goods and collectibles and the shop is super clean, spacious and organised.
The prices are higher than the average Op Shop, probably because a lot of it is new stock. At the front of the shop the men's wear section had a range of new suit jackets ($130ish) and lots of trousers that seemed to be new. There are also racks of vintage clothes.
Looking for some art work? They had a lovely framed Monet print and some delightful landscapes for $15 and $30. I was greatly tempted by these lovely gems, but I have nowhere to hang it. There were also new frames and children's canvases in excellent condition.
Towards the back was a whole section of vintage and vintage style decor. Some of it was very expensive but it is half price at the moment. I'm not willing to pay even half of $75 for French rolling pin, but collectors might. There were lots of old ladders and milk bottles, some old phones which were in rather ordinary condition.