Five garage sales to visit this weekend (10 and 11 October)

allclassifieds 12 December 2016
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The early bird gets the worm, as they say, and this weekend you’ll want to be that early bird. Rise and shine on Saturday to grab a bargain with a broad selection of garage sales to choose from. We’ve listed five sales going on around the capital below, but there are a bunch more across the weekend. So, make sure you check out allclassifieds before you head out this weekend!

15 Agnew Street, Ainslie
Saturday 8:30am – 1:00pm
The first of our sales this weekend is located in Ainslie and is our favourite type of sale: moving sale. Everything must go: clothes, household items, furniture. So much to see!

6, 8, 16A and 45 Nardoo Crescent, O’Connor
Saturday 8:00am – 2:00pm (strictly no early sales!)
Too much to buy and not enough time. Head to O’Connor for a bargain this Saturday. Items include: furniture, books, DVDs, toys, clothing, household items (including a coffee maker!), outdoor furniture, blinds and so much more.

67 Sullivan Crescent, Wanniassa
Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Another moving sale: the current owners of these items are heading overseas, so their loss is your gain. Furniture, garden tools, fishing gear, power tools, bookshelves, ladders, drawers, extension cables.

22 Stanley Street, Hackett
Saturday 8:00am – 2:00pm
This garage sales has something for everyone. Men’s bike, camping equipment, leaf blower, lamps, bar stools, Japanese ceramics, juicers, clothing, handbags are just some of the things you’ll find. Check out their ad for more details.

9 Dixon Drive, Duffy
Saturday 9:00am – 2:00pm (no earlybirds)
Head to Duffy this Saturday to grab a bargain with prices starting at 50 cents. Items include: floor rugs, lamps, books, Wii, DVDs, sound system, bass guitar and amps, kitchenware and more.

There’s another 33 garage sales over different dates and locations available for your perusual at the allclassifieds website. Check them out before you head off to grab a bargain this weekend.

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