"This shop stocks a lot of crockery and pots, and this section of the store is a bit of a shamble, they do have a wide range of clothing and offer bedding and curtains if you are prepared to have a good look. They do sell a lot of donated bedroom sets (matching dressers, beds, cabinets, wardrobes etc) and seem to stock a lot of retro or antique sets. For what they offer in the way of furniture their prices seem decent. The staff also seem to put a fair bit of effort in setting up the bedroom furniture etc displays. They do get the occasional "different" item that you may not expect to find, such as an upright piano. I love looking around this store and whenever I need to buy new furniture, I often look here first to see if there is a specific period piece that may suit my home. I bought a 1940's style buffet display cabinet for my large screen tv for only $40. I did have to replace a pane of glass, but I suspect that any other store would have replaced the glass themselves and then tried to charge $200 or more for that piece. I also found an oval mirror with scalloped edges for $50. I do believe that the mirror was a bit on the high price, but I specifically went out shopping in local opp shops with the hopes of finding one of those exact mirrors. I actually was looking for one with frosted swan picture on it (i have seen those when I was a child) but had no expectations on actually finding one at all, so I was genuinely surprised I was able to find that period mirror, the exact type I was looking for (except for the swans). They also have an extensive range of books, games, travel goods. A decent opp shop with a great range of furniture for period bargain hunters."
"Neat store, also a bit expensive. Seems like all salvo's stores are becoming this way. Ohh well, my money goes elsewhere."
"Good size, 1/2 furniture and 1/2 nick nacks and clothing, bit pricey and do not negotiate price."