Enthusiastic buyers will trawl through items seeking a pre-dawn bargain at Orange Showground on Sunday for the fourth annual Orange Spring Super Swap Meet.
Event organiser George Georgiou said the gates will open about 5am and plenty of people would be ready to seek out items they desire.
"Early bird gets the worm, it's exactly that," Mr Georgiou said.
"We get the public coming in crowds with torches so they get the early bargains, they do it every year guaranteed."
We get the public coming in crowds with torches so they get the early bargains, they do it every year guaranteed.Swap meet organiser George Georgiou
He said among the buyers, swappers and sellers were people who were restoring old cars and motorbikes.
"They go in looking for old car parts and bike parts... I look for stuff myself for things that I'm building," he said.
Mr Georgiou said there would also be hot food, coffee and ice cream, clothing, craft, toys and furniture.
"It's a very open, family-orientated swap meet," he said.
He said the event would run until about 2pm or 3pm and between 3000 and 4000 people are expected to attend from across NSW.
Entry will be $2 for the public or it will cost $20 to have a six-by-six metre site to sell or trade items and bookings are not required.
There will also be free overnight camping, with amenities, available for people with sites from noon on Saturday but no alcohol will be permitted on the grounds.
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