There is something for everyone at the Campbells Creek Collectibles Fair.
Almost 100 stalls set up their wares on Saturday and Sunday with crowds picking through the items for a bargain.
Volunteer Kate Larsen said the event normally had more stalls set up but COVID-19 restriction limited them.
"With border closures some interstate sellers couldn't make it," she said. "Normally there are 120 with the indoor sites but we can't have that this year.
"Since lockdown, everyone has wanted to get out and buy stuff and it's been a good weekend for it.
"This show attracts a lot of niche collectors. At the moment 1980s stuff is making a comeback because everyone remembers that from their childhood but we cater for everyone."
Ms Larsen said she hopes to return to a normal set up next year.
"We'll host on same weekend next year as well and hopefully be COVID-free and back to normal trading," she said.
The Campbells Creek Collectibles Fair returns to the Campbells Creek Community Hall on Sunday from 9am to 2pm. Admission is $5.