ALKIMOS, Jindalee, Butler and Yanchep sellers are taking part in the City of Wanneroo’s first Garage Sale Trail on Saturday, October 22.
Pamela Williams of Yanchep will be selling vintage clothes, collectables and “out there” unusual designer things.
Yanchep residents Earl and Wanda Pryor are selling a dinghy with a 15hp motor, an anchor, two oars and a flare.
The Pryors have a big list of items including a sewing machine, a printer, portable oven and grill, two beds and linen, a chook house, two dog kennels, a three-seater couch with cushions, a whipper snipper, an electric lawn mower and a slide screen projector.
Playmakers Playgroup Community Co-op will be at Yanchep Community Centre raising money for their group.
Australia’s biggest garage sale
Nollamara RSL is now hosting the Wanneroo Swap Meet at Wanneroo Showgrounds with more than 60 stalls registered ready for success.
Shoppers will get access to lots of bargains all in the one spot whilst helping a great cause.
Last week the city had the highest number registered sellers in WA (81 not including stall holders at group registrations) and was fourth in the country.
Mayor Tracey Roberts said for the first time city households, schools, community groups and businesses would join hundreds of thousands of people across the country as part of Garage Sale Trail.
Garage Sale Trail is powered by more than 150 local councils with more than 13,000 garage sales expected to be held across the country.
Cr Roberts said the city was pleased to be part of an award-winning community and sustainability event.
Sellers and shoppers can register for free to join in the one-day national event at garagesaletrail.com.au