Swap Meet will delight visitors

EXCITING: Matt Bye from Old and Dazed will be just one of the many and varied exhibitors at this Sunday's Swap Meet. Picture: Les Smith

EXCITING: Matt Bye from Old and Dazed will be just one of the many and varied exhibitors at this Sunday's Swap Meet. Picture: Les Smith

Residents and visitors are setting their alarms for early Sunday morning to get in first for the best bargains at the Wagga Swap Meet.

The meet is expected to draw thousands through the gates who are on the hunt for a rare find or bargain.

Stall holders will be swapping and selling a variety of items including car parts, clothing, signs, books, home accessories, appliances, antiques and custom-made memorabilia.

Food and drinks will also be available as well as a range of homemade treats to take home for later.

Gates at the Wagga Showground open from 7am to 5pm.

Entry is $5 and children under 14 are free.

This year’s event will benefit Riding for the Disabled and Country Hope.

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