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Dulcie’s. More than an op-shop – a shop of real opportunity!

She’s perky, dazzling and filled with the ultimate in vintage clothing: hand-sourced and handpicked, not henpecked.

Vintage fashion with a heart; your purchase helps rebuild lives. Proceeds help Hutt St Centre and Centacare provide services and support to people experiencing disadvantage and homelessness in Adelaide.

Dulcie’s Shop of Real Opportunity, the brainchild of Hutt St Centre Patron Amanda Blair, is a mobile op shop located within a redecorated old bus. Named after Hutt St Centre’s volunteer op-shop coordinator of 30+ years, Dulcie Boag, Dulcie’s Shop of Real Opportunitie's first appearance was in the Garden of Unearthly Delights.

Dulcie's Bus

 

Online shop now open! 

www.dulciesbus.com

It's been a long held dream of Amanda's to put the Dulcie collection, amassed over 7 years, into an online store. Now, outside of the events calendar, customers can shop for the best vintage and second-hand threads around, knowing the money goes to assist people experiencing homelessness in Adelaide through Hutt St Centre and Centacare. 

Your new threads will arrive at your door in compostable, zero-waste packaging, making this truly the best way to shop for clothes in 2020 and beyond!

 

Upcoming Bus Stops

Please note, the following dates are planned however may be cancelled, due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

Cabaret Festival 

Festival Centre

Friday 5 - Saturday 20 June

Cancelled

Creative Lifestyle Market

Fourth Street Plant 4 Bowden

Sunday 2 Aug 9am-3pm

Cancelled

Creative Lifestyle Market

Fourth Street Plant 4 Bowden

Sunday 30 Aug 9am-3pm

Cancelled

Royal Adelaide Show

Leader Street Wayville 

Friday 4 Sep-Sunday 13 Sep

Cancelled

 Bay To Birdwood 

Birdwood Motor Museum

Sunday 27 Sept 

TBC

 

Follow Dulcie and her adventures on

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @DulciesBus

Booking

Enquiries can be made by
E: hello@dulciesbus.com

 

Dulcie: the beginnings

 

Proudly supported by Rotary Club of Campbelltown, Torrens Transit, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, Cutler Brands, Zappia Carpets and Store UR Stuff.