Lifeline Superstore East Ipswich Lifeline Shop

80 Jacaranda Street East Ipswich QLD 4305
07 3280 7500


Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Eftpos: Yes

User Rating: 2.2 (6 votes)


Large retail store with a major focus on new and preloved furniture and mattresses along with all your favourite preloved clothing, accessories, manchester, toys, books and homewares

Reviews of Lifeline Superstore East Ipswich


"Depending on what you want…. There are some pros and cons. They are obviously attending auctions and getting a lot of the same product. This to me doesn’t interest me and I don’t see this as bargain shopping but more like a $2dollar store shop. Bric brac is not at reasonable prices and with the quantities of stock I would highly recommend slashing the prices or having a more competitive approach for please to want to come and shop because at the end of the day there are hundreds of op shops out there that ppl could spend there money at. Please please put your jewellery in some type of stand or organised a little better, I feel like I am bothering the volunteers when trying to pick from the cabinet. You would make so many more sales if it was more accessible the clothing is reasonable prices and not focussed on brand which is great ."


"I am a seasoned op shopper and this store has a few major problems... majority of stock is WAY OVERPRICED, the point of an op shop is a bargain not for eg some random piece of new furniture that is either shop price or even over store price. Kmart clothing over store prices. Very rare to find a real treasure or bargain in this "superstore" 🙄,super... slack staff, poor quality clothing, way too many smelly used shoes, crappy matresses, damaged bric-a-brac at stupid prices. ***Profit over People*** thanks for nothing lifeline😐"


"I visit often and have bought from this store a number of times, however the prices are often in the realms of unacceptable (I've seen IKEA tables worth $40 brand new marked for sale at $75 in this store) and have been told this is due to the store purchasing stock at auction, which seems beyond the point of a charity store. The store is overstocked and untidy as a result, but patient browsing can be very rewarding. "


"Way overpriced. I shop at op shops because I can't afford retail prices. But when you buy second hand clothing at just below retail prices it's disheartening. The furniture is equally overpriced."


"This store is fantastic. Assistants are there to help with furniture and any questions concerning pricing. Sometimes the store is just buzzing with customers and they keep a smile on their faces and don't get flustered. The store is well set up, I love shopping here and highly recommend for you to shop here. Very unusual irems at times. Melissa"


"The fact that the store is untidy and unkempt pales against their practice of actually writing the prices ON the clothing itself with permanent marker. Who actually wants to wear something with a big ugly op shop price scrawled on it for all time? "