You have just two days to pick up incredible bargains on all books (including old/collectables), DVDs and talking books. Friday, October 21 from 9.00am to 7.00pm and Saturday, October 22 from 9.00am to 5.00pm. This mammoth clear-out shows that genuine bargains are not extinct.
How often have you wanted to take home a bag of books from bookshops, but they were just too expensive? Now is your chance, I doubt you would find another place displaying so many quality books with such a multitude of titles (perhaps a few hidden unique treasures).
Notwithstanding clearly marked sections and categories, you never know what may turn up as you flip through the books in the hope of uncovering unavailable or out of print editions as well as current titles.
Do not rush, but...
Browse as long as you wish, but if you spot that treasure, seize it with both hands. There are no rain checks or sourcing an extra copy from the supplier, at this distinctive bookshop.
Old/collectable books all at half price
I bet you can't wait to see what marvels hide beneath this cover.
This is a rare chance to pick up many valuable books, and seemingly unremarkable books, which are old, maybe, printed 50 to 100 years ago. Many books you might not normally buy or find elsewhere, all at half the marked price.
Choose from thousands of DVDs of all kinds. Music, movies, documentaries, kids and TV shows are all included in the bag for $20. Don't forget you can mix and match with any books other than old/collectables, which are half price.
If you need help just ask
Friendly volunteers who assist the Book Bazaar Supervisor, Elke Schaumann, staff the sales. With so many books on display, a lending hand is a great way to get your bearings. If you love books and would like to volunteer, drop an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9381 0193.
Ample free parking plus public toilets ensures that you do not need to rush off, so linger and browse awhile.
Banners point the way to Book Bazaar
Arriving at 10 Selby Street, Shenton Park, turn off into a little (privately owned, by Spine & Limb Foundation) road called Ellis Griffiths Avenue. The ParaQuad building is about 300m along Ellis Griffiths Avenue.
Large banners placed out on Selby Street for a week before the event ensure even the casual driver will not miss the turn off.
Spine and Limb Foundation (Inc.)
Incorporating: Paraplegic-Quadriplegic Association of WA
and Civilian Maimed and Limbless Association of WA