Celebrate buying nothing new this October with Revive Festival 2021. This year's event features workshops, activations, and events throughout Buy Nothing New Month.

Celebrating more than just second-hand fashion, Revive is your ticket to reuse, repair and thrift. Be inspired to create a more sustainable wardrobe, learn how to upcycle more effectively, and find ways to repair your household items to help create a clean and green Brisbane.

View the fantastic line-up of Revive Festival 2021 events and be inspired by the 'reuse, repair, thrift and repeat' content below.

Donate and save 20% at Council Treasure Troves

Reuse, repair, thrift, and repeat

Find a second-hand precinct near you

Shopping second-hand is a great way to reduce waste to landfill and give preloved items a new lease on life. Shop your local second-hand, reuse and recycle trail.

Recycle or donate for a clean and green Brisbane

Council operates four resource recovery centres where you can donate quality items to be sold at Treasure Troves or recycle household items for free.

Visit your local Treasure Trove

Council operates two second-hand shops, which sell items donated by Brisbane residents via our resource recovery centres.

31 hacks in 31 days to revive your home and life

To inspire your journey of conscious consumption, check out our 31 Revive hacks – one for each day in October.

Donate and save 20% at Treasure Troves - Revive special

To celebrate Revive Festival 2021 and Buy Nothing New Month, the Endeavour Foundation is offering Brisbane residents 20% off at Council Treasure Troves when you donate high-quality, pre-loved items at one of Council's four resource recovery centres during October 2021.

Once you've donated, take your voucher (issued at the resource recovery centre) to your closest Treasure Trove to find a bargain. The terms and conditions for the Revive special are included on the voucher.

NOTE - There is no disposal fee for donated items, where you drop off items in a vehicle under 4.5 tonnes combined gross vehicle mass (CGVM). Donations are NOT accepted at Treasure Troves. All items must be clean and in working condition. Resource recovery centre employees may refuse to accept items for donation that are not considered saleable.

Last updated: 28 September 2021

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