Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores e-journal archive
Odgers McClelland Exchange Stores brochure - Download PDF
See Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores in The Australian Women's Weekly story 'Country connections', April 2017 issue with Prince Harry on the cover.
View Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores on Tripadvisor, 5.0 from 32 reviews.
"Turn off the Highway, meander through a pretty New England valley and you will come to the delightful historic town of Nundle. Drop into the Odgers and McClelland Exchange Store. Established in 1891 its original packing shelves are stacked with homewares, kitchen utensils, cleaning implements and local produce. Every product is about enduring quality. By now I do know a little something about retail and this store is without doubt one of the best retail (if not the best!) stores in regional Australia. A must visit." Linda Gregoriou, @pureandgeneral 2019
"An old-fashioned general merchant store in a rough-built timber building with a corrugated iron roof, Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores was set up by husband and wife Duncan and Megan Trousdale in Nundle, north-west NSW. It's the type of place with a good stock of cleaning brushes, linen tea towels and enamelware by brands sold for generations including Mason Cash, Stanley and TALA..." Alexia Biggs, The Source, Spectrum, The Sydney Morning Herald, February 27-28, 2016
"Since the 1920s, Falcon Enamelware has been an icon of British home life... One of the best ranges around is at The Exchange Stores in the north-west NSW town of Nundle, should you be driving that way, or you can buy it from the shop's online store..." Alexia Biggs, The Source, Spectrum, The Sydney Morning Herald, June 14, 2014
"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
Download Country Style article The Right Move, March 2012 or read online here
We are so grateful to Sydney Weekender host Mike Whitney and team for visiting our town for the show's autumn special 2016. View the episode, including Nundle and our store, here.
It was such a thrill to have friend and long-time customer Sophie Hansen, of Local is Lovely blog, visit Nundle in person. Read her post about our store and advice for prospective tree changers here and here, plus 'Raising the stakes: Why the local store is making a triumphant comeback in country towns'.
Listen to Sophie's podcast for My Open Kitchen with Pip Brett of JUMBLED and iglou, and Megan Trousdale of Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, on social media and newsletters for small business here.
GRAZIA Tamworth Travel guide
Read The Plant Hunter online magazine's interview with Duncan Trousdale asking what's lurking under his fingernails and his life with plants for their DIRTY issue, July 2017.
Yule be rapt: The Good Food Team Gift Guide, 'The Sydney Morning Herald' 5/12/17
Read Hunter Hunter online magazine's story 'Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores Stocking all things beautiful and practical in Nundle'
I’ve been a fan of Pip Lincolne’s for years so I was absolutely thrilled when an order came through from the creative heroine herself. And then she wrote this and photographed her excellent tuna bake in our Falcon Enamel Bake Set.
Country Style articles, Richard and Georgie Oates' Woolomin country home and Mark and Teresa Eather's Wombramurra garden, Nundle
Most product photography on our website is by Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores partner Megan Trousdale. Thank you to photographers Benjamin Urquhart, Michael Wee, Luisa Brimble, Sophie Hansen of Local is Lovely, Annabelle Hickson of The Dailys, Lean Timms of Lean+Meadow and Noha Serageldin of Matters of the Belly for shop exterior and additional product and food photography. The site sings thanks to your work. x