Tools, plants and books will be on sale for bargain prices at the Kenthurst Rotary Market Weekend in April at the John Benyon Rotary Park at Kenthurst (April 2 and 3).
Nearly all the tools are new, at rock bottom prices. Many battery and electric tools at 40% off or less if they have been used including electric rock hammers, drills and chisels etc.
If gardening is your thing, there is a strawberry patch in a tub, Kangaroo Paw and mature trees from $6 including the rare Queensland Bottle Tree. There are gardening implements at give away prices.
There are hundreds of books to choose from starting in price from $1, perfect for long winter nights.
Organiser Graham Webb says a lucky person can grab the camping special for that special Easter escape which includes, a 4-person tent with gazebo, mattress inflator, tent fan, 2 gas stoves plus several cans of gas for $225.
There will be an all-day barbecue and tea and scones will be available.
Graham said: “This is one of the first fundraising events we have been able to hold for a long time. We hope people will come along, browse, buy and help us to help disadvantaged children in Australia. 100% of the money raised by Rotary goes to charity.”
When: April 2nd and 3rd, 10am to 3pm both Saturday and Sunday
Where: John Benyon Rotary Park, 135 Kenthurst Rd, Kenthurst.