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Preloved Toy Workshops: Play, Learn, Swap!
Preloved Toy Workshops: Play, Learn, Swap!

Sat, 08 June



Preloved Toy Workshops: Play, Learn, Swap!

Join us for our Preloved Toy Workshops: Play, Learn, Swap! where you will discover what happens to your toys when you are finished with them through hands-on, interactive experiences. We will explore the importance of sustainability and the joy of giving back to the environment and our community.

Time & Location

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08 June 2024, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Randwick, 27 Munda St, Randwick NSW 2031, Australia

About the Event

In Australia, 27 million toys end up in landfill annually, contributing to 6% of global plastic landfill waste. This workshop will guide both children and adults towards sustainability and community building through the simple act of sharing toys rather than letting them go to landfill.  Location: Randwick Sustainability Hub, 27 Munda St, Randwick NSW 2031

Time & Sessions:

  • Saturday Session 1: 10am - 11am (Ages: 5 - 7yrs)
  • Saturday Session 2: 11am - 12pm (Ages: 8 +yrs)

Tickets: This will be a ticketed event with each ticket covering one child and their accompanying adultFor a limited time, we're offering an introductory price of $5 per ticket. Please note all children need to be accompanied by an adult so both the parent/carer (toy purchaser) and child can get involved.

1 hour Toy Workshop:

  • Explore Toys: Learn about toy lifespans and environmental impact.
  • Bring Preloved Toys: Give them a second life and reduce waste.
  • Hands-On: Clean, sort, and package toys for reuse.
  • Sustainable Impact: Create toy boxes for new homes and recycle responsibly.
  • All participants will get to swap with others at the end of the session

Don't miss this chance to play, learn, and swap. Let's make a difference together!

What can I bring with me:

  • Collect any toys, games, and books that are in good working condition and suitable for reuse.
  • Ensure each item is in working order, free of damage and cleaned prior to the day
  • You may bring one bag of items plus one large item in total

Simple rules to follow:

  • Ask yourself: Is this item good enough for my friend or another kid?
  • Due to safety concerns, you must check that all battery-operated items (toys, games and books) are in working condition and replace their batteries when necessary.
  • Battery-operated toys should have battery cases secured by screws or other means to prevent children from prying them open.
  • We may refuse any items that are not in the desired condition, and you must remove them from the premises.


What happens if I have more toys in great working conditions?

Register with Joy of Giving to drop off more toys or stay tuned for upcoming events near you.

What happens if I have broken toys?

Unfortunately, we have limited options for broken toys.

  • You can bring certain broken items to the Big W - Toy of Joy program. For more details, you can visit the Terracycle Website:
  • If there are items that cannot be recycled, please contact your local council to inquire about disposal options.

More questions

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The Saturday Circle

This event is part of the Saturday Circle a monthly repair, share, regen, reuse and resilience building get-together at the Randwick Sustainability Hub, 27 Munda St Randwick. Held second Saturday of the month, most events are 10:00am - 12:00pm. Full details:

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