Below is a list of the top and leading Second Hand Stores in Hobart. To help you find the best Second Hand Stores located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Hobart’s Best Second Hand Stores:
The top rated Second Hand Stores dealing with quality pre-loved items are:
- Salvos Stores Hobart Elizabeth Mall
- Save the Children Op Shops
- Australian Red Cross Shops
Salvos Stores Hobart Elizabeth Mall
Salvos Stores recycle pre-loved goods at 330 retail stores. 100% of the profits from your purchases and donations help them fund The Salvation Army programs that transform lives for the better. At Salvos Stores they consider the environment in everything they do, in order to minimise waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
“Great prices and good service.
Store merchandised and organised very well.” – Shri Comey
Save the Children Op Shops
Save the Children Op Shops are situated in convenient locations around Australia. Not only will you pick yourself up an array of recycled fashion pieces, toys, books and even some vintage and modern day gems, your purchases will help to create better lives for children in Australia and overseas. Their op shops are staffed by friendly volunteers who only add to the unique shopping experience.
Pre-loved Fashions Pieces, Toys, Books, Modern & Vintage Day Gems, Furniture, Homewares
“Love this shop for great quality women’s clothing AND children’s clothing! Volunteers are always friendly and willing to help out in any way. Save the Children does great work with kids in Tassie and this shop facilitates that work- I highly recommend supporting this cause.” – Lezli Finsterwald
Australian Red Cross Shops
Australian Red Cross Shops sell new and donated clothes, accessories and homewares to raise funds to help people in need. They rely on the people who so generously donate quality pre-loved items that they can then sell in their shops.
Proceeds from the sale of these goods go towards their everyday work in Australia and further afield, including disaster relief and recovery, daily phone calls to check on the welfare of elderly or isolated people living alone, and helping out young parents or young homeless people.
“Best place in town to get second hand books. You never know what treasures you’ll find here.” – Shilpa U