Windarring Vintage Market

We sell vintage and handmade goods to you with all the proceeds going to our wonderful programs.

Windarring supports people with disability. We can help you through the transition process to identify the supports you need to live your life. With Windarring you can learn life skills, gain independence, get involved in your community, train for a job and improve your health and well being.

Windarring Vintage Market

Bendigo Emporium
1 Fir St, Golden Square VIC 3555
The emporium is located alongside the Windarring day services site. The Emporium provides a great opportunity for our clients to get involved . The site stocks vintage and contemporary clothing, toys and collectables.

Castlemaine Emporium
317 Barker St, Castlemaine VIC 3450
The Emporium is located alongside the Castlemaine day service centre. Our clients enjoy working in the emporium. We sell vintage clothes, books, toys and collectables.

Kyneton Arts and Collectables Centre
58 Mollison St, Kyneton VIC 3444
The centre is located within the Windarring Kyneton Copy Centre. It’s a space to display clients art and crafts also select collectables are available.

Gisborne Emporium
8A Hamilton St, Gisborne VIC 3437
The Windarring Gisborne Emporium is located in the building near the day service site. It offers a variety of clothing and collectables.

Come join our volunteering team at Windarring Emporiums!

We need volunteers to work at Windarring.
We have opportunities to work Monday to Saturday from 10.00 am to 3.00pm. Learn how you can make a difference in the lives of people with a disability. You will have an opportunity to support people with a disability to work in a variety of ways.

If you are passionate about being involved in a local community program please contact Windarring at 03 5422 7001 or contact us below.

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    Acknowledgement to country
    Windarring acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung and Wurundjeri peoples as the first inhabitants of the area and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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