Find Charity & Clothing Bins Near You in Darwin

Locate and donate to a wide range of charitable organisations in Darwin

Box of homewares ready for donation

Even though Darwin comes in as Australia’s smallest capital city, there’s no shortage of charity bins and second-hand good stores near you.

The Darwin CBD, and suburbs such as Woolner, Larrakeyah, Fannie Bay, Coconut Grove, and The Gardens are all areas where you’ll never be far from a clothing donations bin in Darwin.

Some of the charitable organisations that operate in Darwin include Red Cross, St Vincent De Paul, and the Salvation Army. Never heard of St Vincent De Paul? That’s because they more often than not go by their other name of Vinnies – much friendlier and easier to remember. Most of these organisations will gladly accept your clothing donations, but only some will accept donations of other goods such as electrical appliances and homewares. If you wish to donate something other than clothes, give them a call beforehand to double-check that they can use your donation.

If you do want to donate your clothes, make sure they’re still usable. There’s almost nothing worse for these organisations than having to sort through all the donations at the clothing bin, spending time and money hauling off whatever they can’t use to landfill. Reports put this is costing charitable organisations in Australia around $13 million each year. Money that could be far better spent.

The list below features all the charity bins in the Darwin area, but if you know another location that’s missing, let us know and we’ll add it in. Happy donating!

Man getting ready to donate old clothes

List of Darwin Donation Locations

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Please do not donate any items to a charity bin that is already full or overflowing. Call the charity to let them know and then find another donation location in Hobart to donate to.

That depends on which charity and what type of goods you’re donating. Usually there two results – they are sold in second-hand stores, or they’re donated directly to those in need.

If you’d like to know where your donations will end up, give the charity a call and ask them.

Head over to the charity’s website and see what sort of causes they support. Find the ones that you support as well and that’ll be your donation point.