Lifeline $2 Clothing Sale Gold Coast

Where: Gold Coast Convention Centre
2684 -2690 Gold Coast Highway
Broadbeach QLD 4218
Times: Saturday 25 Nov 8.00am - 5.00pm | Sunday 26 Nov 8.00am - 4.00pm

Rummage through more than 10 tonnes of pre-loved quality items at the huge Lifeline $2 Clothing Sale at the Gold Coast Convention Centre. With men’s, women’s and kids’ clothes on offer, you can refresh your summer wardrobe for just $2 a piece – and you’ll be raising vital funds for Lifeline.

EFTPOS facilities will be available at the sale, and we also accept cash.

PARKING will be available at Gold Coast Convention Centre.
Parking fee: first half hour is free, or $12 per day (for more information on parking, visit:

PUBLIC TRANSPORT is also available. Visit for public transport times.

BUS. There is a bus stop directly in front of the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on the Gold Coast Highway. There are also taxi and limousine ranks at the main entrance.

RAIL Line. You can also access the rail line to Brisbane via a bus from Jupiters Hotel and Casino.

G:Link LIGHT RAIL provides an easily-accessible and affordable transport option for patrons and guests, with the Broadbeach North Station conveniently located just metres from the Centre's main entrance.

Lifeline clothing sales, Bookfest events and Lifeline shops exist thanks to the generosity of the local community – when you donate your good quality unwanted items to Lifeline they are sold to help raise vital funds for the 13 11 14 Lifeline Crisis Line.

Lifeline nationally receives over 1 million contacts each year from help-seekers via online, face to face and the 13 11 14 Lifeline Crisis Line. That’s why proceeds from the sales of donated goods are not just essential, they are life-saving. When you donate and buy with Lifeline, you help save lives.

If you have possessions that no longer have a use for but are in a good condition, please consider donating to Lifeline. For more information on how to donate material goods to Lifeline, please visit

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