Geebung Treasure Trove
Do you live on Brisbane’s northside and love a bargain? This month, keep your wallet happy and celebrate ‘Buy Nothing New Month’ by visiting the Geebung Treasure Trove. Conveniently open every weekend from 8am to 4pm, Brisbane City Council’s Treasure Troves are a best-kept secret amongst budding home stylists, vintage enthusiasts, and thrifty shoppers alike!
Discover an ever-changing range of quality furniture, homewares, collectables, books, children’s toys, hardware items, and sporting equipment that have been donated via Council’s resource recovery centres to be resold at the Treasure Troves for a fraction of the price. From second-hand bicycles for the whole family to retro furniture ready for your next upcycle project, the Geebung warehouse is a fun activity to add to any weekend itinerary in Brisbane. Plus, everyone is bound to walk out feeling good with a bunch of second-hand goods in hand.
Operated by the Endeavour Foundation, all proceeds from the Geebung Treasure Trove and it’s southside counterpart in Acacia Ridge support people living with a disability, providing residents with the opportunity to support a great charity and shop consciously.
If you have quality items at home to donate, Treasure Trove donations can be made for free at your local resource recovery centre, located in Chandler, Nudgee, Willawong and Ferny Grove. Open 365 days a year, we recommend visiting the recycling and donation area first to make your drop-off quick and easy.
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