Frequently Asked Questions
How do I donate clothing and accessories?
We welcome all donations of clothing and accessories which are clean and in good condition. We are happy to accept donations between October and May. More about Donations
How often is the sale?
The Bindaring Clothing Sale is an annual event, taking place in the middle of May each year at Claremont Showground, Perth, Western Australia. Next Sale date
How do I get there?
Map and transport details can be found here: Getting There
What time does Sale Day Open?
Be early and enjoy our freshly cooked hot snacks and coffee. Queue inside within the Robinson Pavilion from 7.00am. All areas of the Sale open at 9.00am. How Does the Sale Work?
What time does the Sale Close?
Bidding for the Silent Auction closes at 12.00pm (noon). All other areas within the Sale close at 3.00pm.
How much is entry to the Sale?
Entry to the Boutique costs $2. All other areas have free entry.
What are the prices?
Prices start at $2. For more information visit How Does the Sale Work?
Do you sell menswear and kids clothes?
YES! There’s ALL types of clothing. The majority of clothes are for women but there’s plenty of clothes for the whole family, plus hats, bags, scarves, belts, jewellery and footwear.
What does Op Shop sell?
Good condition second hand clothing, shoes, hats, scarves, bags, and belts for women and children, everything $15 or under. About Op Shop
What does Emporium sell?
Vintage clothing, jewellery and beautiful eclectic accessories. Items individually priced. About Emporium
What does Boutique sell?
New and nearly new high quality clothing, designer labels, designer samples all at amazing prices! Search out Designer Edit for the cream of the crop. Bid in the Silent Auction for extraordinary pieces. About Boutique
Can I pay with Eftpos?
YES! However there is an ATM machine on site if you prefer to pay with cash.
Can I buy food there?
Of course! Freshly made coffee, tea, soft drinks, cakes, wraps, soup and sandwiches are available from the RAS café all day.
Why must my handbag be checked on the way into and out of the Shops?
Sadly this is a necessary precaution to prevent the high level of thefts experienced at the Sale in the past. We want to ensure that the generous donations we receive raise as much money for Red Cross as possible. We appreciate your understanding in this as you enter. For more information visit Bag Check and Holding Bay
What happens to the left over clothes at the end of the Sale?
All clothes unsold at the end of the day are forwarded to Red Cross Retail Shops across the State, generating further substantial funds for Red Cross. Check out the facebook page for Red Cross Shops, and find your local Red Cross Retail Shop here.
Where does the money raised go?
Can anyone volunteer? Who do we contact?
Yes! The Bindaring Sale is organised and run solely by volunteers. We NEED your skills and time. Volunteer today