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Christmas Sale


Sat 14 Nov 2020, 10:00am–3:30pm
Sun 15 Nov 2020, 11:00am–3:30pm

Where: Lapidary and Rock Hunting Club, 31-35 Gladstone Road, Rivervale, South Perth, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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The WA Lapidary and Rock Hunting Club have organized a Christmas Sale at their clubrooms. Entry is free to come and purchase those special gifts ready for Christmas. The members have passed their time over these last few months completing a myriad of items ready for sale. Cabochons, gems, handcrafted jewellery, glass objects, and beading will all be there as well as rocks and minerals for you to purchase. These items are all handcrafted and one of a kind.

Doors open at 10 am on Saturday and 11 am on Sunday so get along early to get a bargain as the demand for these pieces is very strong and they will sell quickly.

While you are there the children can amuse themselves in the sandpit rock hunt or try a gemstone lucky dip and then have one of the sausage sizzle sandwiches.

The Club’s extensive and recently re-viewed mineral and rock collection are also on display complete with QR code enhancements for those who want to expand their knowledge.

A great day out and you can buy that special gift for a special person in your life knowing that it was crafted right here in Western Australia by someone living in the next suburb. How local is that!