Lost property auction

With so many people passing through our terminals every year, it's inevitable that some things get left behind. Our annual Lost Property Auction sees unclaimed items put to good use, with all proceeds going to charity.

Our 2016 auction raised $200,000, with funds distributed to Conservation Volunteers Australia, The Clontarf Foundation, The Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation and Lifeline Australia.

These four deserving charities focus on environment, health, education and families in need. Specifically, the funds will be directed to:

  • Rehabilitating and restoring coastal areas in Botany Bay National Park;
  • Supporting 24 young Indigenous boys at the Endeavour Clontarf Academy in Caringbah to achieve positive education, employment and health outcomes;
  • Supporting children who live with families affected by mental illness and;
  • Contributing to Australia‚Äôs first text-based crisis service,

Previous charity recipients include St Vincent de Paul Society, with proceeds going to supporting their Kids Engaged in Education program.

For more information, please view the Lost Property Auction media release.

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