Second Hand Saturday
Our giant community car boot sale takes place twice a year, in March and September.
All residents of our municipality can sell, trade, swap or giveaway their unwanted pre-loved items.
The popular event is great for community spirit and our environment.
By reusing items, we can all help to reduce the amount of material sent to landfill.
A gold coin donation is accepted at the entry gate, and goes to a nominated local community organisation.
Everyone is welcome to come and pick up a second hand bargain.
Bring your Kiama Municipal rates notice, and pick up 2 free plants at the event.
Registrations open 6 weeks before each event.
Every year we schedule an event to giveaway bags of compost made from our OK Organics Kiama waste initiative.
The dates for the 2020 giveaway are to be determined.
Urban residents can collect bags of compost (limits apply) from our Minnamurra Waste and Recycling Facility.
Compost bags are available until stocks run out.
Bookings aren't needed, but you will need to provide proof of residency such as your drivers licence or rates notice at collection.
Our compost is an ideal soil conditioner, and is made from the food and garden materials collected in your green organics bins.
Material is taken to SoilCo in Kembla Grange for processing into compost that meets the certified Australian Standard 4454.
Learn how to home compost successfully at our free workshops.
Our workshops are open to you if you pay a waste service through your annual rates.
We'll take you through how to use a compost bin, worm farm, and the Bokashi One system.
You'll get to take home one of these systems for free.
Registrations are essential and open one month before each event.
Places are limited.
Participating households receive either a free compost bin, worm farm or Bokashi One system.
All workshops take place at the Kiama Community Garden, Havilah Place Kiama (behind Blue Haven Terralong).