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Pink Lakes Pantry  

 Opened February 27th 2017

Hours: 9am - 1pm Monday - Friday          

             9am - 10am at weekends

Depending on volunteer staff availability, trading hours may be able to increase on some days  - we will endeavour to keep you informed (check the Underbool Community Events facebook page).


Trading hours during January 2021
Please note: on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s will change to open at 10am.
Monday 9am to 1pm
Tuesday 10am to 1pm
Wednesday 9am to 1pm
Thursday 10am to 1pm
Friday 9am to 1pm
Weekends and Public holidays 9am to 10am
Pinnaroo bakery items will resume on 4th January.

Pink Lakes Pantry Shop Committee


As a community service -  the essentials of milk, bread, papers and drinks will be offered.

All bread and papers will need to be ordered. This commitment means customers are liable to pay for their orders whether collected or not. Extra bread/papers may not be available to purchase. However some bakery items may be available.

Bread deliveries on Monday, Wednesday, Friday from Pinnaroo Bakery. Please see order form.

Papers can be ordered Mon-Fri and Weekends, including subscriptions. When ordering please indicate the status of any subscriptions (if receiving, where from etc). Contact Pennie Wisneske 0437256367, or Kristen Brown 0407712699  to place your orders.

Milk and dairy products will be delivered as needed.

Some frozen items (eg icecreams, meat), chips, lollies, flavoured milk, cold drinks, are available, Orders can be taken for frozen goods such as chicken tenders etc. Please place your order with Pennie.  Frozen items delivered Wednesday.

Some basic pantry items are available. More stock will be added from time to time. Also a selection of local craft items can be purchased.

Cash only basis, no accounts. Eftpos is now available.

Call in for a pleasant surprise to see what is on offer.








Background story:

This community shop has been organised by the Underbool Shop Committee/Underbool Progress Group to fill a need for basic supplies in Underbool. Thanks to the generosity of Ashley & Tracie Corbett, the current building (the old butcher shop), has been made available to the community. Thanks also to the volunteers who worked hard to renovate the building to comply with standards. If this venture proves successful, the shop committee anticipates looking into a more long term solution.

The committee and volunteers will endeavour to do their best for the community, and appreciate your understanding and support.