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Grab a bargain in Wynnum Central

With the opening of Save The Children in Bay Terrace, where the Endeavour Foundation used to be, Wynnum Central maintains its spot at (or near) the top of the op shop list for Brisbane.

The op shopping guide on Google is a little out-of date. Here are the changes…

  • Endeavour closed, shop now occupied by Save The Children
  • St Vincent de Paul (Vinnies) now in Edith Street
  • Salvation Army (Salvos) now has 2 stores in Wynnum – a general store in Bay Terrace and a furniture storein Edith Street (which moved from Tingal Road)
  • Asthma Foundation closed

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Alongside the seven op shops there are also a few other spots (picture above) where you can hunt down secondhand bargains. Try…

  • Wynnum Manly Loan Office (Edith Street) for a whole range of things from musical instruments to tools to replica firearms and music equipment and more
  • Bayside Books (Bay Terrace) for a pretty big selection of secondhand books, magazines and various other items
  • Creative Treasures@Wynnum Market (Florence Street) for all manner of things -this is a real treasure trove whether you are looking for books, vinyl records and a huge range of all sorts of memorabilia and collectibles

And when you’re finished, there’s no shortage of coffee shops to grab that coffee!


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  1. Love Wynnum.Manly the nicest friendliest place to live
    Wonderful new Library Terrific Oppie shops great beach side activities for kids
    Good train and local bus service
    Miles of walking track on the front to watch the beautiful sunrise..
    I used to live on the Gold coast !! forget it
    Wynnum Manly has My vote
    Only wish we had a small cinema to complete this lovely Bay Side town

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