Below is a list of restrictions and limitations that apply to garage sales in the Wyong Council area. What you can see is pretty much a copy and paste of the information that was provided to me by the Wyong Council. I suggest you use this information as a rough guide only and double check to be sure.
Council does not have a policy on "garage sales" from a private residence. Therefore development approval is not necessary to undertake occasional "garage sales" in residential zones.
Notwithstanding that an approval is not required, the following information is considered important in the undertaking of a "garage sale":
Place discreet signs to attract people to the premises. Signs are not to interfere with traffic safety signs. Remove the signs at the conclusion of the sale.
Consider the amenity of others in the street by ensuring that customers do not park across driveways.
All goods for sale to be placed wholly within the residential allotment.
No dangerous goods, rubbish, chemicals etc to be included in the sale items.
Note that this response does not include the sale of second hand goods from zones other than residential zonings. You may need to discuss with Council if you intend to hold a "garage sale" in commercial or industrial (or similar) zones.
The rules on this website may be outdated or wrong. It is your own responsibility to make sure that you adhere to the current rules and regulations that apply to garage sales in your area.