"This op shop is definitely overpriced. You can find some nice things in here but also some grotty, damaged items. I also find it very cluttered."
"Volunteered there when I was in year 12. The Chinese lady boss has employees who are paid and those who are working there free for some work experience. Note that I was a year 12 volunteer to just give back to the community. one time I didn't sort some shoes right and she told me I can't do anything and am useless, someone like me will never get into university. To the lady boss have fun being stuck in this same old store for the rest of your life and tossing out your conscience ripping customers off while I enjoy my ride down my 99.95 atar."
"Don't be fooled by the small frontage - this is a large, spacious and busy shop. I has an enormous range of women's clothes, quite a few racks of men's, plus a wall of books and another of music/DVD, plus a separate area for bric-a-brac. It's really a very wide selection. The prices are on the high side but far from silly, and the staff are businesslike. It's all pretty current gear, so don't expect a lot of retro treasures, but good for the basics."
"Among the worst opshops I've ever visited. Most things overpriced, routinely see badly damaged items on sale, eletrical goods priced at values that approach what they'd cost new, bad quality of clothes etc. Management clearly have a vested interest in maximising profit here and the result is a stingy pricing policy and terrible quality of goods. Don't shop here."
"a little pricey, but good range of books"