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A Day of Op Shopping in Mount Barker

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by The wanderer (subscribe)
Outdoor,photography,coffee, nature, food and culture lover; seeker of life's simple pleasures.
Published May 2nd 2015
A day shopping without breaking the piggy bank
mt barker street walking op shops
Walk under lucious trees.
Mount Barker is not only the home of beautiful historic buildings and luscious trees; it hosts a number of great thrift shops where you can easily spend much time and little money.

Coming from the city through the South Eastern Freeway, exit at Mount Barker and drive through Adelaide Road, turn left onto Gawler street and drive past the creek, turn right at the round about and park at the home maker's centre.

Gallimorgans
This treasure chest located at the back of Dutton Road is filled with vintage and antique furniture; almost everything is in good condition although some items are in need of a little love and care, so add a personal touch to your home with some old school furniture or a vintage ornament.

 
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Add character to your home with unique furniture
Salvos

Located on number 6 Dutton Road, this Salvos is not only a fair size, everything is well organised to sizes and clothing types, furnishings and Manchester, they have some great designer and branded clothing at really affordable prices and a great range of ethnic items.

 
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Ethnic ornaments and clothing at Salvos

Vinnies

Walk towards the round about and turn right, follow the creek until the very end of the street.

Listen to some old school tunes while you browse through their vintage dresses and coats.
Their furniture and home wares is a bit more limited but you may still find something unique.

Red Cross

Located on Gawler street, their friendly volunteer staff and $1 dollar racks will make it easy to find a bargain, Red cross op shop sells mostly clothing, shoes and accessories.

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Walk through Mt. Barker's historic streets

Adra op shop

This tucked away gem has a huge range of clothing, shoes and books for all ages at very small prices.

 

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Adra's huge book range

Christian care and share op shop

Situated on Gawler street, this little shop offers: clothing, accessories, magazines, shoes, don't forget to have a look in the back section where they have kitchen utensils and other bric a brac.

 
christian op shop mount barker
Plenty of bric a brac in the back section.

Goodwill

Also located on Gawler street; this shop has the best of both worlds: pre loved in good condition and brand new at affordable prices.It also offers a huge range of women's cocktail and evening dresses, so you know where to go if you are looking for an outfit for that special occasion.

 
mount barker op shop
Walk under luscious trees.

Save the children op shop

Almost at the very top end of Gawler street, this little shop has been recently renovated and has some great bargains on family clothing, shoes and bric a brac items.

 

goodwill mount barker op shop

Grounds for coffee

After all that sifting through $1 dollar bins, trying on clothing and choosing pre loved items for the home; relax in this cosy spot, enjoy a good latte and one of their many wholesome cakes on display, sit outside and wrap yourself in one of their colourful crochet blankets while you look through your days treasures.

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Recharge and get warm at Grounds for Coffee
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You've mapped out a fantastic little tour Eliza. After all that walking I'd definitely need a drink, and maybe even your recommendations on some cheap eats :)
by Dave Walsh (score: 4|11307) 1920 days ago
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