The Nanneella community hope a community garage sale will mirror the success of Rochester's Monster Garage Sale.ELAINE COONEY February 26, 2013 4:22am
The Nanneella community has decided to hold their own community garage sale following the success of Rochester’s Monster Garage sale in December.
Nanneella resident Joan Jenkins said the community wanted to attract people from outside the area to experience what the rural location had to offer.
Mrs Jenkins said the Bushland Reserve was bursting with more than 60 acres of native flora and fauna and was an attractive feature of the area.
She said visitors could get food and coffee at the general store while shopping for preloved items on sale at various sites.
The garage sale is planned for March 23.
So far 15 sites have been booked.
Mrs Jenkins said as well as the usual furniture and household items, car parts would also be on sale.
The sites cost $10 to cover advertising costs and can be booked by calling Mrs Jenkins on 5484
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