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Stuff in New South Wales

  • Library of STUFF

    A community owned Library of things that has adopted the word STUFF in honour of Annie Leonard’s Story of Stuff. The initiative helps to stock DIY items like tools and gardening gear, assets to help you hold waste free parties and events and stuff that encourages Screen Free Family Fun Read more [...]

  • Gecko

    Gecko is a peer-to-peer rental marketplace in the millennial favoured industry, the shared economy. Gecko allows people to rent their under-utilised items in order to make extra cash! Similarly, they allow people to borrow items in order to save cash for our users. A big part of their philosophy is Read more [...]

  • Kindershare

    We all know it takes a village to raise a child, and Kindershare offers you that – a peer to peer marketplace for children’s equipment – connecting owners of baby equipment with those who need items on a short term basis.

  • UNSW Stationery Reuse Centre

    Volunteers at the Stationery Reuse Centre keep students well stocked on all their stationery needs and work towards a more sustainable campus. Pop by the Stationery Reuse Centre to pick up some recycled stationery or to bind your documents (only $1). Location: Level 1 of the Quad Building, East Wing Read more [...]

  • Buy Nothing Project

    The Buy Nothing Project is an organisation that began in WA, but now has several community groups in Sydney. These community groups exist on Facebook to help facilitate sharing and giving within the local area. The intention is to enhance local community while reducing the use of one use or Read more [...]

  • The Trading Circle

    The Trading Circle is a not-for-profit organisation creating economic and educational opportunities for women and girls, enabling them to reach their full potential. We operate a store that sells fair trade products, a communal eatery that empowers refugees, and we offer a diverse range of educational programs both in schools Read more [...]