DARLING Downs Veteran and Vintage Motor Club member Pat Murphy is excited to open the gates to the 47th annual Toowoomba Swap Meet tomorrow.

Vendors from across the country have travelled to Toowoomba to sell their wares over the weekend.

Mr Murphy said every stall site in the Toowoomba Showgrounds had been sold out.

"There will be about 1750 stalls selling a variety goods such as car parts, antiques, furniture and more," he said.

"We have a lot of returning vendors who have been coming to the swap meet for the past 40 years."

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Antique Tyres owners Alan and Noeline McKinnon from Melbourne have used the same site in the Founder's Pavilion since 1985.

Mr McKinnon said he enjoyed coming back to the swap meet each year.

"We keep coming back because the venue is good, and the people are lovely," he said.

"This weekend's swap meet is the third largest swap meet in Australia and the largest in Queensland," Mr Murphy said.

The annual Toowoomba Swap Meet will go from 6am to 6pm today and 6am to noon on tomorrow.

Entry is $15 per person today and $5 tomorrow.

For more information visit toowoombaswap.com.



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