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We're buck!

#buckhamblin

 

 



Trading HOURS

 

 

MONDAY - FRIDAY   7AM - 4PM

SATURDAY - SUNDAY   7AM - 2PM

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Opening Hours


Exactly where it used to be

260 Lawrence Hargrave Drive,
Thirroul

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Opening Hours


Exactly where it used to be

260 Lawrence Hargrave Drive,
Thirroul

Open in Maps 

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Menu


Feat. all day menu

Homemade produce, served fresh.

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Menu


Feat. all day menu

Homemade produce, served fresh.

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History


 

Bucks has been a part of Thirroul for as long as anyone can remember. Opening as a shoe store in 1940, Albert "Buck" Hamblin was the first of three generations to call this building home. You'd be hard pressed to find locals who hadn't bought their school shoes here, who can affectionately remember the pink and green shelves and floor tiles. 

Shutting its doors in the year 2000, the shop remained unchanged until now. A fresh breath of air has given Bucks a new lease on life, but it's bones remain the same: a family business here for the long haul, to offer the community a new space to gather, eat, drink and be merry.

 

 

History


 

Bucks has been a part of Thirroul for as long as anyone can remember. Opening as a shoe store in 1940, Albert "Buck" Hamblin was the first of three generations to call this building home. You'd be hard pressed to find locals who hadn't bought their school shoes here, who can affectionately remember the pink and green shelves and floor tiles. 

Shutting its doors in the year 2000, the shop remained unchanged until now. A fresh breath of air has given Bucks a new lease on life, but it's bones remain the same: a family business here for the long haul, to offer the community a new space to gather, eat, drink and be merry.