Lifeline Ipswich is bursting at the seams with clothing, ready for their $2 Clothing Sale on October 11 – 12. They guarantee that absolutely everything is priced at $2 and there are over 40,000 items available!

Looking for a new outfit… or ten? At the $2 Clothing Sale, Lifeline Ipswich are offering so many choices. There will be pre-loved clothing for women, men and children from babies wear, teen apparel right through to quality elderly attire.

Lifeline staff and volunteers are ready to sell it all with no exceptions on value and worth.

Seriously, what better way to clothe the whole family than at $2 a piece. New outfits for the office, for that romantic date, for your Christmas dinner, whatever — anything and everything is available for a mere $2.

The sale itself is being held in the Main Pavillion at the Ipswich Showgrounds and doors are open from 9am – 4pm both days. Huge crowds are expected so make sure you get there early. The donated quality clothing ranges from pants, shirts, tops, shorts, hats socks, swimwear and even underwear. Essentially the Lifeline $2 clothing sale can dress you from head to toe. Keep in mind to choose wisely as there are no refunds or exchanges.

Organiser and Lifeline Ipswich Business Division Manager Colin Hannigan, is anticipating a stampede of happy shoppers flocking to the sale over the weekend. “We expect to be almost completely cleared out, if not entirely,” Colin says.

And the best part is, the success of this Lifeline Ipswich clothing sale will help raise much-needed funds for Lifeline services for all Queenslanders.

Would you like to volunteer at this event? Lifeline Ipswich are always looking for people to volunteer their time and help at their events. Please call 3816 9633 to register a helping hand or two.

To be a part of the fundraising experience and indulge in the cheapest shopping spree you will find across the region, head to the Ipswich Showgrounds, Warwick Road, Ipswich. For more details, check out our event guide listing.

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