Contact & locations

Bower Reuse and Repair Centres’ Marrickville shop front and online store is open for business. 

The Bower has four locations in the Sydney metropolitan area, all doing different things within the reuse and repair world.

The Bower Marrickville

Building 34, 142 Addison Road
(Addison Road Community Centre)


Tue – Friday: 10am – 5pm, Sat: 10am- 3pm, Sun: 10am – 3:30pm

Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm


The Bower Marrickville is located 1.7km from Marrickville train station. Bus 428 (from City or Canterbury) stops on Addison Road directly out the front of the Addison Road Community Centre. There is plenty of free parking within the Addison Road Community Centre.

PLEASE NOTE: We require all donation collection requests and enquiries to be sent to us through our Booking form.

The Bower Parramatta – CLOSED

The Bower Parramatta is CLOSED.

107 Redfern

Bower Woodworks is located at the rear of 107 in Redfern.

Here we operate regular carpentry workshops (including the Marrickville Men’s Shed) and our Bower Bespoke service. Our staff create signature Bower items from recycled materials that we sell in our shopfront. They also work on individual projects to your specifications. Send your enquiries and photos to

Please note: we are only able to accept card payments in our Redfern workshop location. No cash, please.

107 Redfern St, Redfern NSW 2016
Access via rear lane off Turner St. Please call ahead to arrange time to speak with our workshop staff.

Monday-Thursday: 10am – 5pm

Phone: 0282034298 
Email: It is essential to email first to get a quote and book in a time to bring in repair items. 

Summer Hill Site – NEW! Not open to the public

The Bower Summer Hill branch is in the process of opening at the Inner West Sustainability Hub. Some of our workshops and courses are happening at the Summer Hill site.

Check back here for our opening times for our store coming soon….

If you did not find the specific contact number or email you needed above, please send us your enquiry using this form. 

We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation who are the traditional custodians of this land and pay respect to Elders past, present and future and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people.