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Bag some unique finds
Sydney's German International School on the Northern Beaches is opening its doors once again for its annual flea market this autumn and it's the ultimate place for passionate bargain hunters to be, with a wide range of items available for purchase.
This open-air, trash n' treasure day begins at 10am in the school's leafy campus at Terrey Hills and is also an opportunity to engage in environmentally-sustainable practices by picking up someone's old items, thus recycling them and reducing landfill. Ethical and friendly on the wallet, it's a win-win.
Flea market enthusiasts can scour through stalls selling pre-loved books, games, toys, clothes, plants, homewares and a whole lot more. Radiating an international vibe, it's a brilliant spot for eager buyers and friends to catch up and support the local school community. Bring the kids too. They can enjoy having their faces painted.
As you rummage through second-hand heaven, take time to nourish and treat yourself with some German fare. A German sausage sizzle, German pretzels, homemade cakes, waffles and refreshments will be at one's disposal.
If you would like to be a stallholder and turn your unwanted items into cash, then you can sign up here. Clear out the garage, the wardrobe and the toy box or if you like making and growing things at home then this market is the perfect place to see how your products sell, whether its art & crafts, beauty items or food. Bring your goodies along to the marketplace, where a stall will cost you only $20. A table will be provided (120x60cm).
Whatever side of the table you're on, soak up the atmosphere of this colourful vibrant market and make it a profitable day.