From obscure car parts to bric-a-brac to reborn baby dolls, the annual Wagga Swap Meet today had something for everyone.
The event at the Wagga Showgrounds was packed with thousands of attendees and more than 800 site holders from four states.
Organising committee member Gordon Saggers today said they had sold out all the sites.
"We couldn't get anymore site holders in," Mr Saggers said.
"We've got a really good crowd here, they've been really generous."
Asked about some of the highlights and interesting items on displays, Mr Saggers said there was a "huge variety for everyone".
"What I think is quirky is that people got their trolleys and are pulling them around, full of random things," he said.
"There's also a lot of new people here."
Among the site holders was Sandra Forrest, who was selling reborn baby dolls.
"It's usually a pretty good response when I've got them for sale," Ms Forrest said.
"The basic dolls come from Spain and then I do all the work to bring them alive."
This includes knitting the garment and applying the hair. Each doll takes about 60 hours to complete.
"The hair is from baby goats, so it's just like feeling real hair and you treat it the same way, including shampooing," Ms Forrest said.
In a first for the meet, the Show 'N' Shine was also held alongside, which had about 130 vehicles - from four-cylinder hatchbacks to classic V8 muscle cars.
"We're value adding to the swap meet," Mr Saggers said.
"It's hard to gauge the number [of attendees], but overall I'd say it's about 7000 to 8000."