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                   markets
The regular markets held in villages and towns across the Highlands are a wonderful way to gain real insight into the creative side of the region. Come see what our artisans are making and our producers are growing. If you love unearthing locally made delights, then look no further. You’ll find fabulous fresh produce, arts and crafts, jams, cakes, preserves, food, fashion, plants and much more. Happy wanderings! For further information and details, see southern-highlands.com.au
MARKETS | Southern Highlands
Southern Highlands
    Bundanoon
Makers Market
First and Third Sunday 8.30am-2pm (except January) Bundanoon Memorial Hall, Railway Parade, Bundanoon Sewers, knitters, woodworkers, photographers; leatherwork and silver jewellery; fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly baked bread, hot Indian dishes, Vietnamese meals, honey and eggs, cakes, hot pies and melting moments all make this market well worth the scenic drive to Bundanoon.
Exeter Village Markets
First Saturday 9am-1.30pm
Exeter Village Hall, Exeter Road, Exeter
One of the most picturesque markets, it is held
at the local hall beside the community oval in Exeter. Features local producers, artisans, foodies and craftspeople, and there’s a fabulous playground for the kids next to the oval.
Canyonleigh Makers Market
Second Sunday 9am-3pm | Tugalong Road, Canyonleigh The General Store at Canyonleigh is the venue for
this great new Highlands market, which sells purely locally grown produce and handmade products, including jams, chutneys, woodwork and swimwear. Plus, fabulous artwork by emerging local artist Ebony Barnes (who is opening her studio for this year’s Art Studio Trail, see page 23).
Thursday 3pm-til 5pm last light Old Bowling Club Green, Railway Street, Moss Vale This popular produce market recently celebrated
its 2nd birthday and boasts everything from fresh seasonal vegetables, eggs, fish, bread, quiches and pies, jams and pickles, and fresh cuts of beef, to plants and seedlings.
Moss Vale Market Fourth Saturday of every month 9am-2pm (except December & January)
Moss Vale Showground, Illawarra Highway, Moss Vale Farmers, artisans, food producers and growers sell their wares while dealers and private sellers set up stalls with trash and treasures including homewares, books records, clothes and furniture. Perfect for treasure hunters and those looking to unearth a bargain.
Moss Vale Night Market Fourth Saturday of every month (kicks off when day markets finish) 4.30pm-8.30pm (except January) Moss Vale Showground, Illawarra Highway, Moss Vale
This new market, which runs from October to March, takes off in the evening with many more foodie stalls offering local produce. Plus, there’s an outdoor cinema.
Second Saturday 8am-1pm (except January) Bendooley Street, Bowral
A lively and eclectic market with local produce
and plants, handcrafted toys and children’s clothing alongside fabulous food stalls to suit every taste.
Robertson Markets
Second Sunday 9am-2pm
(except January)
Hoddle Street, Robertson
A variety of stalls, food and refreshments at the School of Arts in the busy community of Robertson. Great trash and treasure finds and, of course, lots of local produce, including famed Robbo potatoes.
Crop-Swap
Saturday 9am-10am.
Outside Rockabellas Roadside Diner, Hoddle Street, Robertson. Local producers and backyard growers gather to swap any excess seasonal produce from the back of a flatbed Ford truck, and catch up and check in with friends and neighbours. A wonderful community initiative that continues to thrive.
Berrima
Schoolyard Market
Fourth Sunday 9am-2.30pm (except January) and second Sunday in December | Oxley Street, Berrima
More than 50 stalls with everything from fresh local produce to artisanal wares, gourmet goodies for the pantry or as a great gift, plus plenty to keep the kids entertained, including a jumping castle and art classes, and the fabulous Stephanie Alexander cafe run by the school.
Mittagong markets
Third and fifth Saturday 8am-2pm
Cnr Albert and Alice streets, Mittagong Held in the grounds of the Uniting Church, this market features plants, collectables, fresh produce, children’s toys and clothing, as well as handcrafted goods, jewellery, antiques and old wares. Local, friendly, affordable, and country styled. E
bowral Public
school markets
                FRI-YAY Street Feast Third Friday 3.30-8.30pm
The Mill, cnr Bong Bong and Bundaroo streets, Bowral A fun filled collective of fine local, artisanal and fresh farm producers providing a fabulous taste and sensory experience, with fabulous foodie stalls, entertainers and late night shopping.
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