From vintage vinyl to collectables, shoppers can snag all sorts of stuff at retro prices when the Garage Sale Trail returns to the Yorke Peninsula Council region over the next two weekends.
Across 11-12 and 18-19 November, Australia’s festival of pre-loved stuff will see garage sales happen locally, with thousands more across the nation.
Yorke Peninsula Council has again brought the Garage Sale Trail to the region, encouraging residents to sell, shop and learn about recycling and the circular economy.
Mayor Darren Braund said the garage sales registered locally will see nearly 30,000 items set free from local garages, attics, and cupboards, and listed for sale.
“Buying second-hand means you can nab quality items like designer clothes, furniture, cookware, vinyl, kids stuff and tools for a fraction of the retail price,” Mayor Braund said.
“Plus, it’s fun, social and every dollar stays right here in the community.”
There’s still time to host a garage sale with registrations remaining open until the event.
The event is the perfect opportunity to sell unwanted items, pick up a few bargains, and help the environment.
Mayor Braund said selling or shopping at garage sales is a fun and simple action to reduce our carbon footprint.
“Garage Sale Trail helps neighbours connect, make some money and keep their good stuff out of landfill,” Mr Braund said.
“With free registration, how-to guides, promotional resources and even touch-free PayPal QR code payments, its garage sales made easy for sellers over two big weekends.”
Register your sale and find the Trail Tutorial schedule at www.garagesaletrail.com.au/Yorke-Peninsula.