Bathurst Council's annual community garage sale was held on Sunday morning, with thousands of people making their way to Mount Panorama to see what was on offer.
The event gives stall holders the chance to recycle preloved homewares, clothes or furniture, and shoppers the chance to snap up a bargain.
Graham Scott, who was among the crowd there said the event was excellent.
"I've actually missed it the last couple of years because I haven't been in Bathurst, so I'm really pleased I got the chance to have a look today."
While it's been a couple of years since he last attended the event, he said the garage sale has definitely grown in size since he was last here.
"There are a lot more stalls then what I remember," he said.
Mr Scott said he has browsed most of the stalls and was going back to make a few purchases
"I was looking at some old records and there were a few other things I saw," he said.
He praised council for organising the garage sale saying it something that everyone in the community could come and have a look at.
He also said it was a great opportunity for people to recycle things they no longer wanted, which helps cut down on landfill.
"One person's trash is another person's treasure," he said.
Kira and Daniel Turek went to the garage sale with their kids, and said they enjoyed it.
"There's a lot on offer," Mr Turek said.
Robin Keates, who was one of the stall holders, said business had been brisk all day.
"It's been really busy, people got here pretty early," she said.
"And it's been constant ever since."
This is the third year Mrs Keates has had a stall and said it gives her a chance to get rid of the things she no longer wants.
Renee Boudet was another stallholder who was part of the event.
"This is our third or fourth year up here, we really enjoy it, it's a chance to meet new people and also declutter the house a bit."
Renee, who is a collector, said it also gives her the chance to share what she has collected with others. Among the items she had for sale were silverware and china, and lamps that she restores and then sells.