The Allora Community Auction is a treasure trove of bargains and will be held on Monday, June 11, starting at 8am.
The Allora Community Auction is a treasure trove of bargains and will be held on Monday, June 11, starting at 8am. Contributed

Place a bid at iconic event

GET your bidding hand ready because the auctioneers at the ever-popular Allora Community Auction will have their hammers ready this Queen's Birthday Jubilee public holiday.

The 37th annual Allora Community Auction will again excite the tried and true auction followers and all those who just come for the experience.

With about 2200 items currently listed for sale from 120 vendors from as far and wide as Lismore, Tenterfield, Inglewood, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the North Coast there is sure to be something for everyone.

Items that are not donated to the cause are sold on commission with all profits shared between the Allora Show Society and the other organisations volunteering during the weekend. Last year 27 local organisations benefited from the auction.

Items up for grabs range from antiques and furniture, to bric-a-brac, and a huge range of machinery and workshop equipment.

They can be viewed on Sunday, June 10, between 2 and 4pm.

For a more comprehensive list of items visit allorashow.org.au.

This year more than 38 flea market stalls will also accompany the items for auction.

Details

Gates to the Allora Showgrounds open at 6am on Monday, June 11.

Bidding starts at 8am.

Bidders' cards available before 8am on Monday only.



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