The Garage Sale Trail weekend will take place in November 2022.
Pre-register for the 2022 Garage Sale Trail!
The Garage Sale Trail is Australia’s biggest weekend of reuse and community with over 10,000 garage sales, two (2) million items listed for sale and over 350,000 sellers and shoppers taking part across the nation.
The event is about encouraging us all to reuse the stuff we no longer want and get to know our community better. We all know that recycling is great but reusing stuff you no longer want is even better. It extends the value of the stuff we buy
and takes pressure off the planet’s precious resources.
The Garage Trail Sale is Australia’s largest sustainability and re-use event which aims to build community spirit and encourage the diversion of waste from landfill. Now in its seventh year, the Garage Sale Trail, is a free, council powered day
of garage sales that attracts over 300,000 bargain-loving shoppers nationally with over two (2) million pre-loved items up for sale.
The Garage Sale Trail is a free program which enables community members to participate by hosting a garage sale or attending one. Residents can attend a garage sale by visiting the Garage Trail Sale website to search for registered garage sales in their
local area they can visit.
Residents can host garage sales by registering their garage sale on the Garage Sale Trail website which is then promoted via the website and the smart phone app. Residents wishing to participate in the Garage Sale Trail can register their own garage sale
by visiting the Garage Sale Trail website.
No. The City of Kalamunda will not be hosting a Garage Sale Trail event at Walliston Transfer Station as the Second Chance Reuse shop is now open all year.
Opened in March 2022, the City reuse shop is managed by Workpower, a WA disability service provider, your donations and purchases will support people with disability in employment and in the community.
The benefits of participating in the Garage Sale Trail include:
Anyone and everyone!
Consider selling them on sites such as eBay, gumtree, freecycle.org, or Facebook buy, sell, and swap groups.
Do NOT DUMP items or place them in public litter bins, it is illegal and could result in hefty fines
Order a Skip Bin
Walliston Transfer Station | Redhill Waste Facility
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.