Op Shops, Lifeline Gippsland

The retail operations of Lifeline Gippsland are all in service of raising funds to keep the 13 11 14 crisis support line open. Every time you shop, donate furniture or goods, or volunteer your time in our op shops, you are supporting Lifeline Gippsland’s work in crisis support and suicide prevention, and helping to make our communities more resilient.


Second hand retail outlets provide a fantastic opportunity to buy quality recycled clothing, second hand furniture or vintage goods, as well as a range of other items you might not find unless you take a browse through one of our shops. Lifeline Gippsland has five opportunity shops in operation. You can donate to any of…

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Donating Goods

Donation bin locations in Gippsland Lifeline Gippsland has several donation bins in Gippsland for smaller items such as clothes, books and bric-a-brac—please consult this page for items that we can accept. The location of our permanent donation bins are: Town Location Address Leongatha Woolworths Supermarket Car Park 1/7 Peart Street Leongatha Ritchies IGA Supermarket Car Park Cnr…

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Clothes, Books & Homewares

Donate clothes, books, homewares and any other items you no longer use to Lifeline Gippsland. Look in the cupboard and donate clothes you no longer wear. Donate books you have already read or have sat on the shelf unread. There are probably numerous items in your home you no longer use or need that would…

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Donation Bins

Lifeline Gippsland has a number of donation bins situated across the Gippsland region to make it easier for people to donate items to our organisation. Please note we only accept items of a certain quality so please visit our furniture donations and clothes, books and homewares donations pages to see what standard we do and…

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Rag Sales

Lifeline Gippsland has bulk rags for sale to customers across Gippsland, from Bairnsdale to Pakenham. Rags are packaged and distributed direct from Lifeline Gippsland’s warehouse. Our bulk rags trading started as a way to make use of clothing that cannot be sold in our op shops and is popular with trades and industries.  Businesses that purchase…

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