RSPCA Victoria opens new op shop in Ferntree Gully

Published on 9 June 2022

RSPCA Victoria is opening a new op shop in Ferntree Gully, relocating the previous Boronia op shop store which closed late last month.

RSPCA Victoria Op Shop Network Supervisor Liz Irvine said the relocation is the start of an exciting new chapter for the store and local community.

“The new Ferntree Gully store is larger, has ample parking and improved amenities. We hope that this change will allow us to offer an even better experience to the local community, while assisting us to raise funds for our work caring for vulnerable animals.”

Ms Irvine thanked the local Boronia community for their support of RSPCA’s Boronia op shop, particularly the amazing volunteers who generously continue to give up their time to assist with running the op shop.

“We are thrilled that many of our wonderful Boronia volunteers will be making the transition to Ferntree Gully and are really looking forward to welcoming customers into the new location. We really appreciate their ongoing commitment and thank them especially for their support during this time of transition.”

Ms Irvine said that as a not-for-profit organisation, RSPCA Victoria relies on the generous support of the Victorian community to fund its work preventing cruelty to animals.

“We look forward to welcoming the local community into our brand-new RSPCA Victoria op shop in Ferntree Gully. By visiting our new Ferntree Gully op shop and picking up a bargain, you will support RSPCA’s work caring for animals in need.

“You can also show your support by donating high-quality goods. We’re excited to fill this new store with items generously donated by the community.”

RSPCA Victoria’s new op shop is located at 32 Forest Road, Ferntree Gully. It will be open to the public from Tuesday 14th June.

To find out more about RSPCA Victoria’s op shops, visit

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