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Published July 24th 2011
The Free Brisbane Facebook page, where all the action happens.

Free Brisbane has recently been established as a way for people to give away, or swap/trade items they no longer want via the free Brisbane Facebook page. Whilst the idea has only just got off the ground, it is an interesting one worth having a squiz at. The more people that get involved, the better and bigger the success of Free Brisbane will be.

We all have junk hiding in our cupboards or stored away in our garages doing nothing but collecting dust. It's junk that we will probably never find a use for it again but as the saying goes, ones trash is someone's treasure. In the day an age where we all need to think about how we can do our bit to assist our world, what better a way then to recycle things you are no longer use and send them on to someone who will?

If the idea of this sounds interesting to you, all you need to do is have a look on the Free Brisbane Facebook page. You might even find you make some friends whilst getting rid of some junk. Double incentive to get swapping or giving away.
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Cheers for the shout out Weekend Notes! I'll let the FreeBrisbane users know. :)
By Anonymous
Tuesday, 26th of July @ 03:15 am
No troubles anon. A friend of mine put me onto the site so I thought I'd spread the word.
By Courtney Barnes - senior reviewer
Tuesday, 26th of July @ 04:26 am
Very useful resource, now I know how to get rid of all this unused stuff I have. Thanks :)
By Squirrel_Joe - senior reviewer
Sunday, 31st of July @ 05:38 am
It great isn't it Squirrel Joe. It's a great way to give things a second life rather then just throw them away. That and everyone has plenty of stuff they don't use anymore just lying around.
By Courtney Barnes - senior reviewer
Sunday, 31st of July @ 05:54 am
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