Some "bits and pieces off a farm" ripe for repurposing will add a point of difference to an Albury garage sale on Saturday, October 19.
The Meg's Children Nepal fundraiser features items like metal that can be turned into garden art, screen doors for trellises, glazed terracotta pipe and large timber boxes for shelving or garden beds.
Organisers Marie and Steve Morell said the event might particularly appeal to people who enjoyed gardening or creating artwork.
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"We've got access to quite a few timber gates that have been in wool sheds," Mrs Morell said.
"You just don't come across these sorts of things."
The Morells helped plan a street open garden day last year that raised $9000 for Meg's Children Nepal, a charity named in memory of Mrs Morell's cousin.
Saturday's event runs from 9am to 2pm on the corner of Macauley and Tribune Streets.
Part of the national Garage Sale Trail, it will also offer general goods like baking, jams, preserves, clothing, electrical items (tested and tagged) and baby products.
About 40 Albury-Wodonga events have been registered for the Garage Sale Trail, October 19 and 20.