Frequently asked questions
How do I donate Clothing and Accessories?
Bindaring has two donation drop off days every year, one in March and one in November. The dates will be listed on our website, facebook and instagram pages a month in advance. Join our mailing list and we will send you the dates.
I would love to volunteer, who do I contact?
Our Volunteer Co-ordinator Althea Mahon would love to hear from you! Please click here to register your interest. The two weeks prior to sale day are our busiest time and any help you can offer during this time, is appreciated.
How often is the Bindaring Clothing Sale run?
Our event is held once a year in May at the Claremont Showground. Keep an eye on our home page for the next sale date. Or join our mailing list and we will write to you once the date has been set. We can't wait to see you there!
How do I get to the Bindaring Clothing Sale?
A map and transport details can be found by clicking here.
What time does the sale start?
The sale starts at 9.00am. Some shoppers start queuing from 7.00am. Should it be raining or cold, we will have a marquee erected for protection and a coffee van to help keep you warm.
What time does the Sale close?
All shopping areas within the Sale close at 3.00pm. Silent Auction closes at 12.00pm (midday).
Is there a fee to enter?
No, entry is free.
What are the prices?
Click The Sale to read of the different pricing in each shop.
Do you sell menswear?
YES. We have a stand-alone men's area selling clothing, shoes and accessories.
How many shops do you have at the Sale?
Six different shopping areas. Click here for an overview of all our shops.
How can I pay for my purchases?
We are a cashless sale, Eftpos and Credit Cards. If you run out of cash, there is an ATM on site.
Can I buy coffee, tea or something to eat?
Yes. We have an onsite cafe selling your favourite coffee, tea and a limited selection of soft drinks. A small range of cakes, wraps and sandwiches will also be available from 7am.
How many shopping bags can I bring?
Like most big stores we have conditions of entry. Click here to read them before visiting our event.
What happens to the left-over clothes at the end of the Sale?
Most unsold items are donated to the Australian Red Cross for families in need throughout Western Australia. We also support a number of local shelters and refuges with left-over clothing donations.
What happens to the money you raise at the Sale?
All money raised is donated to the Australian Red Cross to help them support the most vulnerable in our local communities.