MobileMuster & Keep Australia Beautiful Week
The Lions Club of Berowra Op Shop is an authorised Mobile Muster collection point and we are proud be involved in this part of Keep Australia Beautiful Week.
Keep Australia Beautiful is encouraging businesses, local councils, schools, communities and individuals to get involved by reducing, reusing, recycling and replacing.
We will collect old and unused mobile phones, batteries and accessories stashed away at home.
The Berowra Lions Club Op Shop is located in Berowra Marketplace Shopping Centre, 25 Turner Road, Berowra Heights.
The shop is downstairs under IGA. Access is via the stairs between Darcies Cafe and Infinity Hairdressing (Turn left at the bottom of the stairs), via the pedestrian exits from the car park to Kita Road or you can pull up outside the shop in Kita Road.
Thank you to the community of the Berowra District for their support of the Op Shop. The shop stocks quality second-hand clothing, linen, toys and knick knacks.
Donations of second-hand goods are appreciated but we cannot accept any of the following:
Fo more information, phone the shop during trading hours on 0414 553 240 or email
Quality second-hand goods
Kita Road side
Maintained and managed by The Lions Club of Berowra on behalf of Hornsby Shire Council, this restored heritage hall provides a great venue for parties, functions, classes, theatre, etc.
The hall capacity is 200 and is equipped with 10 tables (seating about 8 comfortably) and 100 chairs. A newly renovated kitchen (with electric wall oven, bench-mounted stove with four hotplates, microwave oven, double sink and hot water service) is available. Cutlery and crockery is not provided.
The hall can be booked for any occasion by calling Richard Dutton Real Estate on 9456 1499 during business hours.
Read more about the Hall at www.berowradistricthall.com.au
Every year we run some several Sausage Sizzles in Berowra Marketplace Car Park to raise money for various appeals, including the SIDS/KIDS - Red Nose Day appeal as shown in the photo.
Slaving over a hot barbeque are (L to R):
Russell Pinch, Jamie Roberts, Derek Catchpole and Colin Hunter
Our Club also runs a series of charity shopping days where all takings from a Saturday's trading will be donated to the nominated charity or organisation.
Here is your chance to grab a bargain and help raise funds at the same time.
Nominate your school, club or charitable organisation for Super Saturday. Click here for more details on this great fund-raising opportunity
St Vincent de Paul - Christmas Hamper Collection
Each year, a few weeks before Christmas, we assist the local chapter of The St Vincent de Paul Society collect donations for the Christmas Hampers the chapter assembles for needy families.
The collection takes place in the local shopping centre and members of the public are asked to purchase some extra items whilst doing their shopping and placing those items into the collection trolleys as they leave the shopping centre.
Caroline Francis and Les Brown at the 2006 Christmas Hamper Collection
Here are some of the charities and organisations we have helped to date:
(Click on the links to visit their website. A new window will open to view)