The Border and North East communities are being encouraged to sign up to the nation-wide Garage Sale Trail.
The two-day event on October 19 and 20 will see more than 400,000 Australians recycle and declutter in an effort to "put second-hand first".
More than 500 people in Albury-Wodonga and the wider region got involved last year and Aware Upcycle and Recycle Shop are hoping to beat that number with their car boot sale.
"Some people don't want to have a garage sale at their house so we are having sites where they can come and sell whatever they want from the boot of their car on October 19," recycle centre supervisor Trish Bradley said.
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Garage Sale Trail general manager Barbara Gill said the trail is about community.
"It is a great thing for residents, it is a great way to declutter your stuff, meet the neighbours and connect with the community," she said.
"But there is also quite a serious side to it and that is around showing the way small actions can have a really big impact on our community and the planet."
To register for the trail or for more information visit www.garagesaletrail.com.au