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Flea Markets

Flea markets are always a popular place to visit and great places to unload all that stuff you don't need anymore.

Too Much Stuff Community Flea Market

Alawa Flea MarketToo Much Stuff Market under the trees and inside Alawa Hall
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The last Market for 2023

SUNDAY 3 December 2023

 Alawa Hall, 

 Lakeside Drive Alawa. 

*Sellers set up at 8 - Email Esther to secure your spot

It’s FREE to have a stall.

Get in early to reserve a spot, Bring a friend -

*I am stepping down as organiser of the Too Much Stuff market.. City of Darwin are keen for this market to continue in 2024 - Are you interested or know someone that would like to be a part of it, please let me know. 

Kind Regards 


0437 544 088

How much stuff can you remove from your life? One item a week or one item a day

You can sell it, give it away, pay it forward or Donate it -

It’s FREE to have a stall.

Clothes, Shoes, Handbags, Jewellery, Plants, Fishing gear, Camping gear, Sporting gear, Tools, Kids toys and games, books, plants, kitchenware & household goods AND MORE.

This event will be advertised on Territory FM, the community pages of Mix 104.9, Hot100, Off The Leash and City of Darwin, Intranets of NTG, RDH, Menzies, CDU and talked about on ABC Radio.

Plastic bread tags Plastic bottle caps Contact lenses & their associated plastic packaging Dishwashing liquid bottles (including caps) Dishwashing tablets flexible packaging (including snap locks and zip locks) Air freshener aerosol cans and spray bottles (including spray and trigger heads) Plug-in air fresheners and refills (including plastic outer packaging) Clip-on car fresheners and refills (including plastic outer packaging) AND Pens and highlighters that don’t work any more.

Drop them off to be recycled.


Shampoo, Conditioner, Moisturiser or Hand soap bottles and tubes – these go into your yellow-lid recycle bin at home;

Makeup containers – usually landfill or

Soft plastics – drop off at Woolworths and Coles - only

Not sure about something? ask and we’ll find out how

It’s FREE to have a stall.

Bring your own tables, portable hanging racks, boxes or anything to display your wares.  

*There will be also be cool water supplied but no plastic cups, so bring your own refillable drink bottles.  

*Bring your own float – tip: keep items rounded at $5 or $10 to minimise the amount of change you need to bring. ($5 each or 2 for $5, 3 for $10 - remember, you're trying not to have Too Much Stuff.

 There will be also Sewing repairs and alterations available on-site

Leftover goods will be donated if you choose not to take it home with you.

Buy, Sell, Swap, Donate, Giveaway, Pay It Forward and Share at Too Much Stuff for 2020 

Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, Restyle, Recycle AND Repair with:

*Repair Cafe.. Something broken? Fix it.

*Sewing Repairs & Alterations..Rethink - Repair, Restyle, Refresh, Renew. 

*Recycle and Upcycle Clothing and other stuff.

*Reduce.. the use of plastic. Bring your own water bottle and/or coffee cup. - it’s okay if you forget, we also have a mug library.

*Repurpose.. pots, jars and other household items.

*Relearn.. forgotten skills. Crochet, Sewing, Do you know your knots? What would you like to learn?

Come on down, hope to see you there.

Esther Lloyd-Taylor 
0437 544 088

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