We’re Back Open!
We know you’ve been super excited to get back in store, so we’ve started re-opening open our doors across Greater Sydney from Bondi to Brookvale, Paddington to Mt Pritchard. Thanks to everyone who's generously donated through our donation stations throughout lockdown, we have some amazing treasures just waiting to be found across the state.
Latest Shop Openings
We’re excited to announce these sparkling new Vinnies Shops!
Shop 9, 531-537 Victoria Road
Open Monday – Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
144-146 Dubbo Street
Open Wednesday & Friday, 9.30am-2.30pm
Vinnies Shops Now on eBay!
Vinnies is now online to give you the designer clothing, accessories and collectibles you love finding in our stores at the click of a button.
Items for sale have been generously donated to our shops by our supporters, and all funds raised help support vulnerable people through our network of services and support hubs in their local communities.
Check out our new Vinnies Shops eBay store today
Vinnies re/CYCLE Range
IT’S HERE! Introducing Vinnies first sustainable range of homeware basics and classics - re/CYCLE.
While nearly 100% of textiles and clothing are recyclable, right now 11.7 million tonnes of fashion waste ends up in landfills globally every year! Made from 100% preloved textiles, our new range of blankets, throws, rugs, and cushions is making the most of all donations by sending many of our unsaleable clothes overseas where, along with many other materials, they are turned into new products we know you’ll love. Read the full story on our blog.
Sold at selected Vinnies Shops throughout NSW you can now purchase the range at our Brookvale, Sutherland, Nowra & Lavington shops, which are now open for business.
Moving The Needle
As part of a new initiative, Moving The Needle, Vinnies is working alongside fellow charity retailers to help move the needle on fashion and textile waste.
Collaborating with other charities including Salvation Army and Red Cross, we are partnering with fashion retailers across the country to encourage a more circular and sustainable model for fashion waste.
Through Moving The Needle, we aim to change the conversation around second-hand clothing and promote a more sustainable future for fashion, with the goal of reducing textile waste in landfill by 20% by 2022.