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Secondhand jewellery | © Shubnum Khan
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Durban's Top Flea Markets and Thrift Stores

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Updated: 10 September 2017
Durban on the east coast of Africa is famous for its long stretches of golden beaches and warm waters, but it’s also a city where you can find secondhand gems and save some money. Read our guide to the best flea markets and thrift stores in Durban to make sure you get some sun and savings.

Car Boot Flea Market

The Car Boot Flea Market was established in 1992, making it one of the oldest of its kind in Durban. It’s situated in the heart of Durban, on the old circus site behind the Greyville Racecourse, and offers plenty of free parking for those wanting to peruse the many stalls. This convenient access and the facilities make the Durban Car Boot Flea Market a great option for a family day out or a shopping trip. It’s open every Sunday from early morning until early afternoon and is a dream for thrifty hunters. Shoppers can look forward to a range of items, including bedding, videos, DVDs, CDs, curtains, sportswear, bicycles, tools, carpets, tiles, light fittings, crockery, cutlery, ornaments, books, and a whole lot more. Make sure you get there early to find the best bargains before they’re gone.

Car Boot Flea Market, Sydenham Road, Essenwood, Berea, South Africa

You can pick up interesting items at car boot sales
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