The Hurstville Vintage and Collectable Fair returns to the Marana Auditorium on Sunday, June 30.
There will be over 40 stall holders representing many vintage outlets from Sydney and across NSW.
The vintage Fair showcases jewellery, quality vintage fashion, books and magazines, elegant homewares including ceramics and glassware, as well as preloved toys and tools.
"It's a chance to spend a leisurely day perusing exquisite antique gold and silver jewellery sourced from Europe or simply some comics from yesteryear," Hurstville Vintage and Collectable Fair organiser Anne Selle said.
"There is something for everyone, whether it be a valuable collectable or a great bargain."
Vintage and antique items will be valued by the specialist Peter Marejka from Lawson's Auctioneers and silver expert, Randall Reed for a small fee.
Entry fee is $5 per person and funds raised will support Zonta local service projects.
The fair is being organised by Zonta Club of Botany Bay, a global organisation which aims to empower women through service, education and advocacy.
For a sneak preview at some of the stallholders follow Hurstville Vintage and Collectable Fair on Facebook .
The Vintage and Collectable Fair is on Sunday, June 30 at Marana Auditorium, 16 MacMahon Street, Hurstville, from 9am to 4pm.
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