Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores
Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores is a one-stop shop for beautiful and practical housewares with vintage flavour. Shop online or at our historic village store at Nundle in New England North West NSW.
Inspired by almost a century of retail heritage, we stock only designs that have stood the test of time and contemporary goods with traditional roots; all useful, relevant and elegant. Shop for fine tea and coffee, bathware, tin and wooden toys, gardening tools and kitchenware (Falcon Enamelware, Romanian Enamelware, Redecker, Mason Cash, TALA, Robert Gordon Australia, Stanley, Thermos, and Opinel). Choose your favourite loose leaf tea, soap cut from the slab, enamel pie dishes in a dozen sizes, or gardening gloves with the perfect balance of toughness and sensitivity. You’re sure to find something you need, either on our online store or in our much-loved old store, where the ding-ding of a brass bell sounds arrivals, the scent of bulk tea, soap, candles and tung oiled floorboards arouses curiosity and eyes settle with ease on natural textures; candy striped cotton tea towels and aprons, stacked wicker baskets, and 120-year-old packing case shelving.
What others have said
“In the New England town of Nundle we found Odgers & McClelland Exchange Stores, which sells things every household should need, from wooden citrus squeezers to metal dustpans and even badger-bristled shaving brushes.” Sibella Court, Heart grows fonder, Australian Country Style, July 2011
“Then pop next door to the Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores. Established in 1891, the store’s original packing-case shelves are stacked with homewares, kitchen implements and local produce.” Grant Jones, Fun and fossicks, The Daily Telegraph, February 16-17, 2008
“Jenkins Street Antiques and Fine China is worth a potter, as is the Odgers and McClelland Exchange Store. Established in 1891, it feels like a blast from the past, packed with shiny cooking tools, colourful aprons, homemade soaps, lose teas. I buy two mixing bowls and a blue colander that, rationally I can’t survive without.” Rachel Smith, Hamlet with a Heart, Sydney Morning Herald, October 27, 2007
“Walk back down Jenkins Street – Nundle’s main drag – and you’ll come across Odgers & McClelland Exchange Stores, an Aladdin’s cave of millet brooms, loose teas, metal buckets, soap slabs, wickerwork, enamel pots and old fashioned shaving gear.” Mark Chipperfield, City escapes, The Sydney Morning Herald, May 11, 2006
Online sales seven days. Over the counter sales 10am-4pm Wednesday-Sunday. Public Holidays open.
Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day.
How to find us
120-year-old timber and corrugated iron building with shelves made of packing cases, and shop workers handwriting on the timber and flat tin walls
Extensive range of Falcon and Romanian enamelware including pitchers, basins, buckets, pie dishes and baking trays
Stockists of traditional millet brooms made in Australia at Tumut Broom Factory
41 varieties of tea and 13 different soaps, sold by weight
Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores branded local mixed blossom honey