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Shopping for Christmas presents or just giving yourself a treat – 

then our Christmas Cracker Auction may be just the solution!

Starts:Wednesday November 13 @ midday

Ends: Wednesday November 20 @ midnight

All monies raised go to support Dance Hub SA’s programs
for independent dance artists.

Below are instructions and Terms & Conditions

Click here to view the catalogue


How to Bid

  • Just click on link above and you will be taken to a page with a gallery of our fantastic items. Each item has its own ‘bid now’ link where you can then make your bid! It’s that easy

Make sure you check your emails as you will be sent a notification when you first
bid on an item and then another if you have been outbid.

Collection and Postage

  • Collection for winning items will be available at various locations, and we will be in touch via email to organise a place, date and time.

  • Some items, such as gift vouchers will be sent via email.
  • Postage is available at the winners expense and we will endeavour to get your items to you as quickly as we can, once payment has been cleared.

  • Please use this link to the postage calculator to estimate your postage costs:

Good luck and happy bidding from all of us here
at Dance Hub SA!


Terms and Conditions

  • The auction opens November 13 and closes at midnight on November 20 2019. The highest bid at midnight, using Australian Central Summer Time, is the winning bid.
  • Each item has a minimum bid amount and an increment amount assigned.
  • Some items will also have a Buy Now option which means you can secure the item immediately
  • After the auction has finished the winners will be notified by email that will include a  payment link. Payment is required within 2 business days of notification.

We offer two methods of payment:

  • EFT to our bank account: BSB 105 008 Account 092853340

  • With your credit (mastercard/visa) or debit card via Paypal

Dance Hub SA acknowledges the Kaurna people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas of South Australia/Australia.

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