Repair is an essential strategy in reducing landfill,
and the Bower is doing our bit to keep the skills of repairing alive.

What is a Repair Service?

This service allows you to drop your item off and have it repaired by the Bower for a fee. If you have wood furniture you’d like us to fix, click through to our Woodworks page. If you have electrical items you’d like us to fix, please contact our electrical team on electronics@bower.org.au

What is a Repair Cafe?

Cost: Free
About: You can bring your broken items and we’ll put you on the path to fixing them. This is a free advice service, not a guaranteed repair. Come along, have a cuppa and our skilled repairers will do their best to help. Repair Cafes originated in Europe, and the Bower was the first to bring this concept to Australia. Generally we are only able to look at one item per person.
Items we repair: Small electronics, wood furniture and bikes. Please note we are unable to repair microwaves or large whitegoods within the timeframe of a Repair Cafe.
When: We run regular Repair Cafes around Sydney – scroll down for the full list.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE REPAIR CAFE AT MARRICKVILLE HAS NOW FINISHED. ELECTRICAL REPAIRS WILL RESTART AT OUR GREEN SQUARE LOCATION, BANGA COMMUNITY SHED, IN EARLY 2019.

Furniture Repair Cafe – Starting Wednesday 30 January 2019

Every Wednesday
1pm – 4pm
107 Projects

107 Redfern St Redfern
Entry via Turner Lane at the rear of the building
Bookings not necessary

Parramatta Repair Cafe

Last Saturday of the month
10am – 12pm
At the Bower Parramatta
10 Hunter Street

Parramatta 2150
Bookings are essential – click here to book and please let us know what you are bringing. We can help with both electrical items and furniture.

Please note that parking on Hunter Street is free for fifteen minutes only, so you can bring your item in quickly to see if it can be fixed. If so, you can park in the Justice Precinct Car Park for $3 an hour on Saturdays. Please also note that bike repair is not available at Parramatta.

We thank the Parramatta Leagues Club for funding the Parramatta Repair Cafe via the Parramatta ClubGRANTS scheme.