This charity assists children and young people with brain injuries, helping them to reach their full potential, and dedicated volunteers work to keep the doors open seven days a week.
The Rosalie store is surprisingly large and took me about an hour to browse through. There are nine rooms packed with recycled clothes, jewellery and bric-a-brac. There’s a dedicated room for linen, as well as one for household goods, making this shop a great resource for anyone who is moving out of home for the first time.
There is also a room bursting with children’s books and toys. Prices are generally less than $10, and some items are free. There are bargains to be found here; I spied a pair of white Calvin Klein trousers for only $8.
There are other Yesterdays Thrift Stores in Paddington, West End and Mitchelton, plus the furniture store at Annerley. There's also an online store, so you can shop from home if you'd rather do your browsing in front of the computer.