Bindaring Clothing Sale is back!
It’s been operating since 1963 and is now a big annual event on the Perth calendar.
Bindaring’s reputation for providing excellent quality new and nearly new clothing attracts thousands of shoppers each year, from Fashionistas looking for that designer gem, to those on a tight budget wanting to clothe their families. Red Cross
It takes a year to sort through the 8 tonnes of clothes they collect for the event. They then sort the clothes into four categories
- Boutique – for new and nearly new designer labels, $items from $15 – $99
- Emporium – for vintage treasurers, jewellery and beautiful eclectic accessories $1 – $100 items
- Op Shop – for good quality clothing for every member of the family, all at under $10 an item
- $1 a bag – for some serious bargains with plenty of life left in them, fill a supermarket bag for $1
Queueing inside begins at 7am. Now this is a giveaway that it is a popular event! The op shop and $1 a bag areas open at 9am, the Emporium sections open later at 9.30 and finally the Boutique area opens its doors at 10.0am.
There is also a silent auction area, bidding for this closes at 11.30
Although predominantly female fashion there is some menswear and kids clothing available at the event.
When is it – Saturday May 14th 9am – 2 pm
Where is is – The Bindaring Sale is held in the Robinson Pavilion within Claremont Showground. 1 Graylands Road, Claremont, Perth WA, 6010. Parking is available for a small fee through Gate 5. Trains will also stop at Claremont Station from 8.30 and the event is a ten minute walk away,
They are always on the look out for volunteers so please get in touch with the team at the Bindering Clothing Sale here or they can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a gold coin entry to the Boutique section.
EFTPOS will be taken and there will be an ATM at the event.
Clothes leftover after the Bindaring Clothing Sale will filter through to the Red Cross Op Shops for sale to support the amazing work the Australian Red Cross Do. To find your nearest store click here.
You can also follow them on Facebook here.
Have you been before? Any tips? Wish I was closer!
If you have been meaning to donate your unwanted clothes for a while but haven’t found time take advantage of this partnership between Uber and the Red Cross.
This Sunday the 31st January Uber drivers are helping out the Red Cross to make donating even quicker and more efficient for you.
Nine cities are taking part so check to see if you qualify first.
Sydney: CBD, Lower North Shore, Eastern Suburbs, Inner West
Canberra: North and South Canberra
Melbourne: CBD, North to Brunswick and Northcote, East to Kew and Hawthorn, South-East to Elsternwick and Malvern East, Dandenong
Geelong: North Geelong to Corio and Norlane, South Geelong to Grovedale and Marshall, Central Geelong
Adelaide: CBD and Surrounding Suburbs
Perth: CBD, North to Joondalup, South to Cockburn
Brisbane: CBD, South to Moorooka, North to Chermside, East to Murrarie, West to Indooroopilly
Gold Coast: Southport to Coolangatta
Sunshine Coast: Caloundra to Noosa Heads
You need to have the Uber app installed which you can do via Google Play or ITunes.
You then have between 11am – 4pm to login slide, across to “Clothing Drive” and hit request. You can then sit back, have a cuppa and relax whilst you wait for a driver to come and pick up your bagged things.
I know you’re here now because you love to op shop so I don’t need to go into the finer details of how they’d only like clean saleable items, it’s basically just a reminder to #donatedontdump . Be like Bill!
Donate Don’t Dump
If they are swamped and don’t make it please give them a break, they are taking time out to try and help the Red Cross, if it goes well they could hopefully do more. If they don’t make it to you but you’re still keen to donate to the Red Cross have a look for your nearest store here.
You can find out more about this partnership on the Uber news page here.
What a fantastic idea, good on you Uber!