Hospice Shop – 2 Anzac Street

Hours: Mon – Fri 10 am to 2 pm; Sat 10 am to 1 pm

The hospice shops helps generate the funds that enable them to provide free palliative care in the community. Whether you are furnishing a new house or flat, looking for great value clothing to fit your individual style or hunting for a particular vintage collectable, they have something for you. Phone 07 823 0409; Website:

New Lives Animal Rescue Op Shop - 76 Duke Street

Hours:  Mon – Fri 10 am- 3.30 pm; Sat 10 am to 1 pm

The op shop sells a wide range of clothing, homeware, furniture, books, pet accessories, equine and horse riding equipment.  There is always something new to discover.  By shopping with them, not only are you doing your bit to shop sustainably but you are also helping to fund programmes targeted at helping vulnerable animals within the community.  Phone 07 823 0409; Website

Salvation Army Family Store - 74 Duke Street

Hours:  Mon – Fri 9 am- 4.30 pm; Sat 9 am to 12.30 pm

The Salvation Army Family Stores are a great way to recycle household goods, clothing and furniture—and to buy them at an accessible price! Family Stores operate to support the local and regional community work, making a huge difference in people’s lives. Telephone – Phone 07 827 8317; Facebook 

Jumble Around - 183 Shakespeare Street, Leamington

Hours:  Mon – Fri 10 am- 4 pm; Sat 10 am to 12 pm

Jumble Around raises funds through its busy op-shop in Shakespeare St. The outlet is run by volunteers and has put well over $1 million back into the community in the 53 years since it started out as a fundraiser to help build Cambridge Resthaven.  It regularly supports around 100 non-profit organisations.

Busy Bees - Union Church Hall, 43 Queen Street

Hours: Weds, Thurs, Fri and Sat 10 am- 2 pm

Supporting organisations and people in need.   A range of jewellery, books, linen, clothing, knick-knacks, shoes can be found.  Phone 027 438 5401; Facebook

SPCA Op Shop - Unit 5, Block C/36 Lake Street

Hours:  Mon – Sun 9 am- 5 pm

The Cambridge Op Shop raises vital funds for SPCA.  They sell a wide range of donated items, including women’s, men’s and kids clothing, jewellery, homeware, kitchenware, linen, toys, furniture and things for your pets. There is always something new to discover. Phone 07 444 4089; Website

Lions Shed – 26 Vogel Street

Hours:  Thurs and Sat 8.30 am- 12 pm;

Practically any and every household or outdoor item can be found there; bicycles, kitchen appliances, tableware, outdoor furniture, couches, beds, cabinetry, children’s toys, the list goes on.  Phone 027 693 7953 Facebook

Mint – 30 Victoria Street

Hours:  Mon – Fri 9 am to 4 pm; Sat and Sun 10am – 2 pm

A local place for you to buy and sell your clothes on behalf. Owner Grace is passionate about thrifting, recycling and encouraging customers to slow down fast fashion.  Telephone 027 358 4418;  Website

“Trash and Treasure” Cambridge Market – 62 Taylor Street (Memorial Park)

Every second Sunday of month 8.30 am to 1 pm.  Stallholders come from around the upper North Island selling a wide variety of goods from handmade items, produce, plants, pre loved products and collectibles.  Check the Events guide on this website for the next date. Telephone 027 6937952.  Facebook

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Sanctuary Mountain

30 min

Hamilton Gardens

15 min

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Waitomo Caves

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