It’s a harbourside communal garage sale, with residents booking car-boot spots to sell all sorts of things – from sporting equipment and household items to toys, books and clothes.
“All residents of the municipality are welcome to participate as stallholders and everyone is welcome to come along and grab a second-hand bargain on the day,” says Council’s Waste Management Officer Josephine St John.
“It is an opportunity for you to claim someone else’s unwanted items as your bargain find.”
This year the event is being co-run with Kiama Lions, whose members will be collecting gold coin entry donations and selling a few sausages.
If you bring along proof of residency to the event, you’ll be able to pick up a couple of free plants for your garden from the Council stall.
Details: Saturday 23 September, 8-noon. You have until 5pm Thursday 21 September to book a spot at the event. Register online at http://www.kiama.nsw.gov.au or by calling Council on 4232 0444.