Second Hand Saturday is a north coast community event involving the FREE on-line listing of garage sales being held across the region. People can hold their own garage sale at home, or coordinate a joint garage sale in their street, or with their local school, preschool, community organisation or Church. You can also get involved by shopping at all the garage sales across the region – and from previous years’ experience there will be hundreds to choose from!
Why get involved?
Whether you host a garage sale or buy second-hand items, taking part in Second Hand Saturday is an environmentally, socially and economically rewarding activity. Your efforts will help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and promote reuse and repair. This will be the 15th Second Hand Saturday event NE Waste has coordinated since 2005. Last year more than 600 people registered to hold garage sales across the region!
Where will it be held?
All along the North Coast of NSW in the participating Council areas of:
- Ballina Shire
- Byron Shire
- Clarence Valley
- Lismore City
- Richmond Valley
- Tweed Shire
Saturday, 4th November 2023. From 8AM.
Where will garage sales be advertised?
- local newspapers
- this website
- Facebook page
- our Second Hand Saturday App to make it super easy for shoppers to find the garage sale with their desired treasure. Download it from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
How can I get involved?
There are a number of ways to get involved in the Biggest Day of Garage Sales. You could simply register to hold your own garage sale, or you could round up the neighbours, and hold a joint street garage sale. Make sure you let us know if you are holding a street or community garage sale, or if you are selling something extra special by emailing us or by using our Facebook page to draw people to your garage sale.
I'm not holding a garage sale. Can I still get involved?
wheelie bins worth of pre-loved items exchanged hands
wheelie bins of pre-loved items saved from landfill.
This program is supported by the NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.