Enjoy the Antiques and Collectables Fair

Published 6:00am 5 January 2024

Enjoy the Antiques and Collectables Fair
Words by Nadia Chapman

The Antiques, Collectables and Records Fair is coming to Brendale for a big two-day weekend on January 6 and 7.

This year's fair is special, with a ‘Pink Carpet’ theme that will be supporting the Glen McGrath Foundation, which supports women in Australia with breast cancer.

The fair offers a range of unique stallholders from across Australia selling a range of antiques, collectables, records and vintage items that will transport you back in time with something for everyone.

There will be an ATM facility on site and an antique vintage appraiser for all your appraisal needs, so make sure you bring an antique item you’ve always wondered the true value of.

The Antiques, Collectables and Records Fair will be held at Southpine Sports Centre, from 9am-4pm on Saturday and 9am-2pm on Sunday.

Admission fees are $8 for adults, with children under 14 years free.

Southpine Sports Centre is at 620 Southpine Road, Brendale.

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