Information for selling second-hand goods- permanent, garage sale or casual stall holder
Under NSW law, no matter your stall holder status, if you plan to sell prescribed second-hand goods on a regular basis (more than six times a year) you will need to obtain a second-hand dealers licence.
Prescribed second-hand goods are any that are deemed a high theft risk. A licence is required when a trader deals in any of the following prescribed second-hand goods:
Information specific to casual stall holders
As a casual stall holder, you are NOT permitted to sell the following items under any circumstances: