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Lifeline Op shop at Kunda Park is your go to shop for second hand items; located inside a big warehouse - filled with thousands of items ready and waiting for you to trawl through. If you're looking for a bargain then this particular lifeline may not be your top choice, prices are reasonable but not amazingly cheap - however if you're looking for a specific item, chances are high you'll find it here, simply due to the sheer amount of stock, making it a personal favourite of mine.
The Kunda Park lifeline is neatly divided into sections - as you walk in, you'll find kids' toys on your right and over on the left, a grand assortment of items from candles to miscellaneous parts, tools and renovation items – even more if you peer outside.
An assortment of vinyl
In the middle of the warehouse are tables, chairs and couches and at the back, frames, artworks, posters, prints and records.
A dress from every era
There are also many other sections to explore including, collectables in glass cabinets, craft items, technology, stationery, books and many racks of clothing - including vintage wedding gowns.
Need a new favourite mug?
Perhaps the most impressive section are the multiple shelves stocked full of crockery, glass wear, cutlery, vases, kitchen gadgets - you name it and you'll probably find it crammed on a shelf somewhere.
Have fun peering through all the shelves
There's also an upstairs area with mattresses and baby goods on one side and on the other side, an assortment of sporting and recreational items.
A good way to save some coin
Need a bowling ball? How about a wet suit, golf club, suitcase or even someone else's trophy?
Rejected trophies line the shelves upstairs
I personally love looking at all the pretty jewellery and accessories tucked away behind the women's wear.
Lace and gloves, earrings and pendents
Open from 9am - 4:45pm (Monday to Friday) and 8:30am - 2:30pm (on Saturdays) Lifeline at Kunda Park is one of the Coast's best. Donations are welcomed but make sure you inquire about the proper drop off procedures in person or by phoning (07) 54456194.
Books, chairs and tables galore
Happy Treasure hunting everyone.
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This Opshop would have to be the dearest on the coast with loads of things you have to fish through(which should be in the bin) to find any treasures and if you do they will be dearer than new at most retailers-a shame really-they have hardly any chuck out tables and the one they do have the stuff on them should be chucked out-sorry I love op shops but this one is unrealistically expensive.