Get set to hit the Garage Sale Trail

MORE than 100 sales have been registered for this year's Garage Sale Trail.

Bundaberg Regional Council waste and recycling spokesperson Vince Habermann said there was a wide variety of items listed for sale right across the region as part of the national event on Saturday, October 24.

"With so many sales registered there will certainly be something for everyone whether you're after homewares, clothing, furniture, tools or sport and recreational equipment," Cr Habermann said.

"The Garage Sale Trail will no doubt do its part in ensuring recyclable and reusable items don't end up in landfill.

"In addition to the environmental benefit, Garage Sale Trail statistics project that more than $30,000 will be generated locally as a result of the sales."

Residents can register as a buyer at garagesaletrail.com.au and view sales in the region to make their own "treasure trail".

"By saving the sales that interest you, you can plan your day and create a personal shopping itinerary to navigate, share or print."



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