- Last updated:
- 24 Mar 2016
Recycle markets are large second hand shops located resource recovery centres. They are clean and tidy and the prices are low. The markets are operated by local not-for-profit organisations with proceeds from sales going back into local communities.
This image gallery shows examples of items available for purchase.
Syd Lingard Drive
Cnr Cooke and Witta Roads
|Monday||8am to 4pm||Closed||Closed||Closed|
|Tuesday||8am to 4pm||Closed||9am to 2pm||Closed|
|Wednesday||Closed||8am to 4pm||Closed||Closed|
|Thursday||Closed||8am to 4pm||9am to 2pm||Closed|
|Friday||8am to 4pm||8am to 4pm||Closed||Closed|
|Saturday||8am to 4pm||8am to 4pm||9am to 2pm||9am to 2pm|
|Sunday||10am to 3pm||10am to 3pm||Closed||Closed|
Note: All recycle markets are closed on Christmas Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Anzac Day.
Items for sale
- Sporting goods
- Household items
- Garden equipment
- Baby and children’s items
The recycle markets are open to everyone, and are perfect for:
- renters looking for furniture and home-wares at bargain prices
- parents setting up a nursery and looking for reusable cots and highchairs
- anyone thinking of trying a new sport (you will find a range of equipment from sets of golf clubs to cricket pads, fishing rods, surfboards etc.)
- renovators looking for cheap building materials.
Many items are new or hardly used. Some have been restored or repaired in the market workshop and all items given a quick clean before being sold.
- All items must be picked up on the day, so it is worth taking a trailer, roof racks and tie-downs or clearing some boot space just in case.
- Take a friend to help load bulky items like furniture. If you see something you like, one person can stay with the item while you find a sales person to help you.
- To meet workplace health and safety requirements, visitors must wear closed in footwear at all waste and recycling facilities. People wearing sandals or thongs will be refused entry.