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Andy's Books and Record Exchange
Sick of your old CDs, records, books and tapes? Drop into Andy's on a Monday or Tuesday to sell old Stones, Beatles and Led Zeppelin albums in any format, or books that you no longer want. Then replace them with new titles from the huge range, all at great prices. The staff are friendly and helpful, the only difficulty you will have, will be making a decision on what you would like best.
Address: 16 Sydney Road Manly Sydney NSW 2095
Opening hours: 10am-5.30pm daily
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9977 6040
Neighbourhood: The Northern Beaches
Nearest train: Bus 144 from Wynard Station; Manly Ferry Wharf


Ashwoods Books and Records
There are loads of secondhand compact disc and record shops concentrated in this strip, along the upper end of Pitt Street heading towards Central, but Ashwoods is the best, and best-known. Ashwood's shelves bulge with hard-to-find vinyl, obscure compact discs, and rare tapes and recordings. Collectors and music lovers will be in heaven. Staff are helpful and knowledgeable, and since stock is changing regularly is can be worth paying this place a few visits for the chance of picking up a real piece of rock memorabilia.
Address: 376 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000
Opening hours: 9am-6pm Mon-Wed & Fri; 9am-7pm Thu; 9am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9267 7745
Neighbourhood: Central Business District (CBD)
Nearest train: Museum Station


Berkelouw Book Sellers
A well established Antiquarian Bookshop, Berkelouw has been operating as booksellers since 1812. This three-storeyed emporium has a large selection of antique Australiana, collectable art books, rare books, contemporary literature, fiction, biography, crime, and philosophy. If you need a respite from the books, there is always Café Centaur for cake and coffee on the first floor, overlooking Oxford Street, or a comprehensive selection of cards and knick-knacks on the ground floor.
Address: 19 Oxford Street Paddington Sydney New South Wales 2010
Opening hours: 10am-midnight daily
Telephone: + 61 (0)2 9360 3200
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Museum Station then a 10 minute walk
URL: http://www.berkelouw.com.au
Email: books@berkelouw.com.au


Cornstalk Bookshop
A King Street institution, the Cornstalk Bookshop is well known for its towering shelves of books spanning all genres and subject matters (horror, crime, romance, and a huge range of non-fiction). There are also special AUD1 bins where you can find some real treasures, but it may take some hunting to unearth them. Additional Branch: Cornstalk has an antiquarian shop at 112 Glebe Point Road, +61 (0)2 9660 4889 that specialises in Australian history, as well as rare and valuable sheet music.
Address: 262 King Street Newtown Sydney NSW 2042
Opening hours: 10am-midnight daily
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9550 3566
Neighbourhood: The Inner West
Nearest train: Newtown Station
URL: http://www.cornstalk.com.au
Email: books@cornstalk.com.au


Darling Street Books
Rozelle and Balmain are steeped in history, and much of that local history can be found in the pages of the secondhand books that find their way to Darling Street Books. Located opposite the weekend Rozelle Markets (often said to be the best secondhand markets in Sydney), Darling Street Books is surrounded by arty cafes--the perfect place to take your purchases and settle in for a coffee and a good read.
Address: 648 Darling Street Rozelle Sydney NSW 2039
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9555 1749
Neighbourhood: The Inner West
Nearest train: Bus 442 from the city


Fireside Bookshop
Winter or summer, Fireside is a cosy place to get away from it all and curl up with a good book or two or three ... . Inside this charm-filled shop, you can lose yourself for hours sorting through the shelves crammed with hardbacks and paperbacks. Fireside specialises in books about music and old music scores and they also have a bric-a-brac section selling items such as vases and pictures. The staff are friendly and helpful and will happily assist you with your purchases.
Address: 298 Darling Street Balmain Sydney NSW 2041
Opening hours: 12.30pm-5pm Mon & Tue; 9.30am-5pm Wed-Fri; 9.30am-4pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9810 7003
Neighbourhood: The Inner West
Nearest train: Bus 442 from the city


Glenn A Baker's Timewarp
Established in 1988 by renowned rock historian, researcher, writer, "friend to the stars" and radio and television presenter, Glenn A Baker, Timewarp specialises in pop and rock music from the 50s to present. Stocking a large range of records (LPs & 7" singles), compact discs, books, magazines and memorabilia, including originals and re-issues, both second-hand and new, Timewarp have their own "hunter" on staff to track down rare and hard-to-find recordings. They also conduct auctions and special events.
Address: 289 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000
Opening hours: 9am-6pm Mon-Wed & Fri; 9am-9pm Thu; 9am-4pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9283 1555
Neighbourhood: Central Business District (CBD)
Nearest train: Town Hall Station
URL: http://www.timewarp.com.au
Email: music@timewarp.com.au


Gould's Book Arcade
Even before its cinematic debut in the film "Erskineville Kings", Gould's was arguably Newtown's best known secondhand bookshop, with floor to ceiling shelves and big discount bins full of unsorted treasures just waiting to be discovered. A lot of genre fiction finds its way into Gould's (Horror and Sci-Fi especially), but you will also find some great traditional and contemporary classics. There is also a big newstand at the front of the store, directly in front of Mr Gould's mantle.
Address: 32 King Street Newtown Sydney NSW 2042
Opening hours: 8am-midnight daily
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9519 8947
Neighbourhood: The Inner West
Nearest train: Newtown Station


Listen Up Records
From dance to breaks, Listen up Records is the local Darlinghurst secondhand record shop. Their secondhand section is huge. As well as new and old vinyl they also sell CDs. They buy a lot of records and are renowned for giving people good prices for pre-loved records. Staff are well-informed and happy to help you find what you are looking for. New stock comes in all the time so it is worth making a few trips. After browsing check out the excellent eateries on nearby Victoria Street, Darlinghurst.
Address: 391 Liverpool Street Darlinghurst Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9331 4250
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Kings Cross Station


Unsound
Specialist in R'n'B, hip-hop, Reggae, Jazz and House, this store is well stocked. They have a quite good selection of second hand CDs and vinyl and it is worth making a few trips to check the ever-changing stock. The owner goes overseas regularly to buy both new and secondhand tunes. The staff Leo and Daniel (owner) are very knowledgeable and their selection is always of very good quality. They are always on hand to offer help and advice on your purchases.
Address: Shop C7, Concourse Level Wynyard Station Sydney NSW 2000
Opening hours: 9am-6pm Mon-Fri; 9am-8pm Thu; 10am-4pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9299 0211
Neighbourhood: Central Business District (CBD)
Nearest train: Wynyard Station
URL: http://www.unsound.com.au
Email: mail@unsound.com.au


Warped Records
Opened in 1982, this shop previously specialised in buying and selling secondhand records. They still do this, but the focus has now moved to CDs in a huge variety of music types. You will find a good cross section of titles available but in particular, new and second hand hip-hop, house, jazz, soul and blues. Stock is constantly changing so it is worth paying this place several visits. They also sell tickets for some of the hottest dance parties in the city.
Address: 14 Bayswater Road Kings Cross Sydney NSW 2011
Opening hours: 10am-9pm Mon-Wed; 10am-11.59pm Thu-Sat; noon-9pm Sun
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9357 4442
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Kings Cross Station


Blue Spinach
If you want names, here you will find them all--Gucci, Prada, Armani and Dolci & Gabbana --but only one of everything. That is because Blue Spinach specialises in designer-based cast-offs in perfect condition for men, women and even children. Nothing is more than two seasons old. Never-worns are half the original price and used items in good condition are priced at one-third. Discerning shoppers know a bargain when they see one and the turnover is rapid. You can also make special requests if there is something in particular you are after.
Address: 348 Liverpool Street Darlinghurst Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Wed & Fri &Sat; 10am-8pm Thu
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9331 3904
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 389 from the city then a short walk


Di Nuovo
It maybe pre-loved but there is nothing second-hand rose about these labels. This stylish store offers designer labels that have only been worn once or maybe a couple of times. Nothing on the rack is over two seasons old and you can discover such gems as: Armani, Versace, Ralph Lauren, DKNY, Donna Karan, Collette Dinnigan, and a good range of shoes, accessories, glasses and menswear. Fashion victim heaven!
Address: 92-94 William Street Paddington Sydney NSW 2021
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5:30pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (02) 9362 4221
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Buses 380, 381 from the city


Revivre
The name of the game here is designer labels, but at prices everyone can afford. Synonymous with the quality you would expect to find in Double Bay, here you will find high quality fashions at great prices. The recycled fashion range stocks labels such as Max Mara, Prada, Versace, Chanel and Armani. Most of the garments are from the current season and none any more than two seasons old. You will also find a range of new, imported designer clothes, many sold below cost price. Labels here include Ana Sui, Marc Jacobs, Iceberg and Christian Lacroix.
Address: Shop 4, 49 Bay street Double Bay Sydney NSW 2028
Opening hours: 10am-3.30pm Mon-Wed; 10am-6.30pm Thu; 10am-5.30pm Fri; 10am-5pm Sat; 12.30pm-5pm Sun
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9362 0597
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Edgecliff Station 


P A D
This super little 'hole in the wall' has just about something for every living room, dining room or boudoir! And that is not all! The constantly rotating stock is an affordable mixture of good style at a great price. This small store is one of Darlo's many retro furniture 'pads' selling a varied selection of 60s and 70s collectables. Check out a great range of glass, ceramics, interesting lounge suites and retro furniture inports. Funky and fabulous furniture.
Address: 134 Darlinghurst Road Darlinghurst Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: Noon-5pm Thu; noon-6pm Fri; 10am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9326 0321
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Kings Cross Station


C's Flashback Seconhand Clothing
"This newish second hand store stocks some of the coolest in retro fashion. Set in the new, cool district of Surry Hills, just around the corner from the Darlinghurst nightclub district, and down the street from the fashionable Paddington. C's stocks old school jackets, Hawaiian shirts, denim and loads and loads of other often one-of-a-kind second hand retro gear. Ultra cool designer and one-off pieces for the girls and guys. Additional Branches: Newtown; Penrith."
Address: Shop 32, 277 Crown Street Surry Hills Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Wed & Fri & Sat; 10am-9pm Thu; 11am-5pm Sun
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9331 7833
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 380, L82 or 378 from Circular Quay


Kookaburra Kiosk
This interesting shop stocks garments for men and women from the 1940s right through to the 70s. Trading since 1975 both locals and tourists delight in the clothes that their grandparents used to wear. Increasingly fashionable, this type of second hand clothing is proving harder and harder to find. Fabrics range from leather to polyester and even plastic. There is also a wonderful range of accessories to choose from including shoes, jewellery, luggage and baggage.
Address: 112a Burton Street Darlinghurst Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 11am-6pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9380 5509
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Kings Cross Station then a ten-minute walk; bus 389 from the city then a short walk


Mister Stinky
It is a name that sticks in your head and believe it or not so will the clothes. Mister Stinky stocks a vast range of second hand and homemade clothing. Inside you will find loads of old school clothes. Tops you use to wear to primary school such as gotcha and bonds t-shirts, jackets, old printed T-shirts and striped, extra daggy tracksuit pant. They also sell a range of skirts made with alternative fabric such as bed sheets or curtains. If you are after individual and way cool clothing, this is the place to shop.
Address: 482 Cleveland Street Surry Hills Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: Noon-6pm Tue-Fri; 11am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9310 7005
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Central Station


Vintage Clothing (The)
Antique lace, beautiful brooches, smoking jackets, blazing ball-gowns and divine, collectible shoes are a couple of the items that have kept customers returning for unique classic finds time after time. This small store is a vintage aficiando's dream; all the stock is well considered, in imaculate condition and extremly covetable. Drop in for something unseen for ages and terribly tempting! New items are added to the stock regularly so it is worth popping back from time to time for a look at the new things available.
Address: 147 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000
Opening hours: 10.30-6pm Mon-Wed & Fri; 10.30am-7pm Thu; 10.30pm-4pm Sat
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9267 7135
Neighbourhood: Central Business District (CBD)
Nearest train: Town Hall Station


Alan Landis Antiques
Over the past 25 years, Alan Landis has built up an excellent reputation for his knowledge of English ceramics and Australiana. He continues to research both fields extensively and is now regarded as a world authority on Wedgwood. Landis is also very interested in works produced by English factories (including Wedgwood and Royal Worcester) which have Australian associations. These include, for example, dinnerware decorated with local flora and fauna. Wherever possible, the stock is accompanied by supporting, documentary evidence, while insurance valuations and a restoration service are available as well.
Address: Suite 409, Level 4 149 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000
Opening hours: 9am-5pm Wed-Fri; or by appointment
Telephone: +61 (02) 9267 7068; (0)414 703 759
Neighbourhood: Central Business District (CBD)
Nearest train: Town Hall Station
Email: alanlandis@eisa.net.au


Architectural Heritage
For the best selection of architectural antiques, you cannot go past this wonderful shop located on trendy Glebe Point Road. Choose from leadlight windows, iron lace, fire grates and surrounds, lighting, garden artefacts and a range of Australian-made, reproduction fountains. This is serious restoration territory while the friendly staff will go out of their way to find the right element for the period under consideration. The constantly tinkling fountains are another bonus.
Address: 62 Glebe Point Road Glebe Sydney NSW 2037
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Sat; 10am-5.30pm Sun; closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9660 0100; +61 (0)412 226 700; +61 (0)412 677 125
Neighbourhood: The Inner West
Nearest train: Central Station


Caravan Interiors
Minimalists beware! This is the closest thing to an Arabian love nest you will find in Bondi. All the merchandise in this well stocked, alluring store seems to travel from the Middle East and Asia. This melange of homewares, glassware, hand-beaded bedware, and embroidered fabrics are ideal for wedding presents and unusual gifts. There are some delightful lights and cushions, as well as shawls and saris and plenty of one off items to treasure.
Address: 85 Hall Street Bondi Sydney NSW 2026
Opening hours: 11am-6pm daily
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9365 0500
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 389 from the city


Chee Soon & Fitzgerald
After four years, during which they established a reputation as Sydney's premier retro design source, Chee Soon & Fitzgerald have decided to diversify. The Marimekko textiles, Murano glass, modernist ceramics, wallpapers, and vintage and oriental grass-weave papers will remain in stock but greater emphasis is now being placed upon contemporary Australian and international design. The shop repays regular visits and, as always, it is a pleasure to deal with such passionate, committed and knowledgeable staff.
Address: 387 Crown Street Surry Hills Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: 11am-8pm Mon-Sat; 11am-7pm Sun
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9360 1031
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Central Station Station then a short walk
Email: cheesoonfitz@yahoo.com


Janet Niven
Located in the upmarket, Queens Court complex, Janet Niven has long attracted attention for her beautiful window displays and specialist knowledge. This shop focuses mainly upon the 18th and 19th century English period, and carries small collectable antiques, miniatures, silhouettes, samplers, needlework pictures, shawls and other textiles, porcelain, and Georgian and country furniture. The range of English blue and white transfer-ware and Staffordshire figures are also greatly admired. This is a favoured destination among collectors, museum curators and buyers in search of that special gift that will not be found elsewhere.
Address: 118 Queen Street Woollahra Sydney NSW 2025
Opening hours: By appointment
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9363 2211
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 380 from the city then a short walk 


Josef Lebovic Gallery
One of Sydney's most colourful art identities, Josef Lebovic has specialised in prints, drawings, photographs and other works on paper since 1977. He also mounts regular exhibitions and produces high quality catalogues. This is where you go to acquire a vintage Australian photograph or prints by local artists such as Norman and Lionel Lindsay, Sydney Long and Thea Proctor. Moreover, the gallery carries an eclectic range of non-Australian material including Old Master drawings, European prints and turn of the century advertising posters. Lebovics enthusiasm for his chosen field is highly infectious as well.
Address: 34 Paddington Street Paddington Sydney NSW 2021
Opening hours: 1pm-6pm Tue-Fri; 11am-5pm Sat; other times by appointment
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9332 1840
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 380 from the city
URL: http://www.antique-art.com.au/gallery/dealers/jlebovic/dealer.htm
Email: josefl@ozemail.com.au


Simpson's Antiques
For more than twenty years, Sydney dealer Andrew Simpson has passionately lived and breathed Australian colonial furniture, paintings and decorative arts. He has also undertaken detailed research into these areas and is co-author of two major books relating to Australian colonial furniture. As he spends most of his time sourcing new stock, the shop is often closed but access can be arranged via phone, fax or email. This persistence certainly pays off, as no other outlet can offer the same range and quality together with informed knowledge about Australiana.
Address: 40 Queen Street Woollahra Sydney NSW 2025
Opening hours: By appointment or chance
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9363 3424
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 380 from the city then a short walk
URL: www.casuarinapress.com.au
Email: simpson@casuarinapress.com.au


Sydney Antique Centre (The)
Buy, sell or hire! Australia's oldest and largest antique centre, established in 1974, is located just 2.5 kilometres from the city centre and houses over 50 prestigious dealers. Browse through a splendid range of antique furniture, porcelain, glass, jewellery, clocks, watches, kitchenware, lights, Orientalia, rugs, sports memorabilia, bottles, books, dolls, collectables and more. While making that final decision, take time out and retire for refreshments in the centre's very friendly cafe.
Address: 531 South Dowling Street Surry Hills Sydney NSW 2010
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily; closed Christmas Day, Good Friday
Telephone: +61 (0)2 9361 3244
Neighbourhood: Eastern Suburbs
Nearest train: Bus 303 from Circular Quay
URL: www.sydantcent.com.au
Email: info@sydantcent.com.au



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