From acid wash denim to leg warmers and vintage vinyl, shoppers will snag epic items at 80s prices when the Garage Sale Trail returns to the Yorke Peninsula Council region.
Across 12-13 and 19-20 November, Australia’s festival of pre-loved items will see more than 34 garage sales (individual and group) happen locally, with thousands more across the nation.
Mayor Darren Braund said the Council-powered event was a fun and social way for residents to reduce waste, meet the neighbours and make or save a few bucks.
“The 34 garage sales registered locally will see around 13,226 kilograms of good items saved from landfill,” Mr Braund said.
“Shoppers can snag a guilt-free bargain and know they’re contributing to a stronger circular economy which values the raw materials used to create new items and keeps items circulating for longer.”
Garage Sale Trail has partnered with PayPal to enable cashless payments at this year’s event. Shoppers and sellers with a PayPal account and the PayPal app can make and accept secure, touch-free payments using PayPal QR codes.
You can still register
Registrations for event will remain open right up until the event for those last-minute garage sale entries
“It is the perfect opportunity to sell unwanted items, pick up a few bargains, and help the environment,” Mr Braund said.
“By registering your event you will have access to tips, resources, advertising and even touch-free PayPal QR code payments, plus you’ll extend the life of items you love, meet the neighbours and make some money.”
Find all the local sales at https://www.garagesaletrail.com.au/Yorke-Peninsula.