Save money, while helping your community raise money.
A growing number of councils are using the weekend of garage sales as an opportunity to support economic recovery post COVID-19.
Third party research shows that for every $1 invested by council, $10 is generated for the local economy through the sale of pre-loved items.
In regional Australia the program is being adopted to boost the number of tourists with the lure of a weekend of buying, selling and exploring.
2019 economic impacts
All types of businesses get involved
"Garage Sale Trail is a simple idea that encourages people to consider how things can be reused whilst also providing an opportunity to raise money. The event brought visitors from out of town."
David Morrell, President, Shire of Denmark WA
Council Case Studies
Tourism & Economic Development
Blayney Shire Council
Blayney Shire Council saw with Garage Sale Trail as an opportunity to educate the community about the importance of recycling whilst engaging with the community and community groups. It also had flow on impacts for tourism and economic development. Watch the video to learn more.
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