Kinglake Opportunity Shop
The Kinglake Ranges Opportunity Shop is an example of generosity and sharing within the community that fuels the shops success.
As a registered fundraiser, your donations help support various programs such as foodshare and other community initiatives within the Kinglake Ranges and also extends to other not for profit organisations via re-gifted goods.
Volunteers help shoppers find hidden gems on a day to day basis and play a vital role in making the store the warm and welcoming place that it is.
A visit to Kinglake Ranges Op Shop will brighten anyone’s day because everything about it comes from the heart.
- Wednesday 10am – 4pm
- Thursday 10am – 4pm
- Friday 11am – 4pm
- Saturday 10am – 1pm
Op Shop Donations Policy
Due to health and safety reasons, we cannot accept donations left outside, so please do not leave donations after-hours as the cost to remove these items comes out of the generous donations and profit made.
Due to limited space and some health regulations we cannot accept the following items:
- Electrical items of any description
- Baby Capsules
- Child/Baby Car Seats
- Prams & Strollers
- Helmets – Cyclists or Motor Cyclists
- Items of furniture
The Op Shop Needs Your Support!Become an Op Shop volunteer
Do you have a passion for fashion? Want to support your local community?
Join the Kinglake Ranges op shop, volunteers while developing new skills and making a difference in a whole new way.
More reasons for volunteering in an Opportunity Shop:
- Learn new skills in retail
- Add new volunteering experience to your resume
- Connect with your community
- Make new friends with dedicated volunteers and staff
- Receive great discounts and Have fun with fashion!
Do any of these sound like you?
- “I was looking for a fun way to spend some free time”
- “I’d like to get some retail experience to help me get a job”
- “I’m new in town and want to make friends”
- “Now that I’m retired, I’d like to help out a worthwhile cause”
- “I love recycle shopping so it’s great to get the volunteer discount!”